• Kalpesh Agrawal

Fuzzy Logic

Fuzzy Logic was originally defined by Jan Lukasiewicz in a non-classic way in 1920 as infinite-valued logic. Fuzzy logic is one form of many-valued logic in which the value of variables lie between 0 and 1 both inclusive.

In 1965, the fuzzy logic term was introduced by Lofti Zahed with the proposal of fuzzy set theory.

Fuzzy logic is being used in many fields such as control systems engineering, image processing, power engineering, industrial automation, robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and consumer electronics.

Fuzzy logic is inspired by human perception and imprecise and non-numerical information.

Fuzzy logic is extremely useful for many people involved in research and development including engineers (electrical, mechanical, civil, chemical, aerospace, agricultural, biomedical, computer, environmental, geological, industrial, and mechatronics), mathematicians, computer software developers and researchers, natural scientists (biology, chemistry, earth science, and physics), medical researchers, social scientists (economics, management, political science, and psychology), public policy analysts, business analysts, and jurists.


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