fuzzy

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Not clear; unfocused

I finally threw out a large stack of fuzzy photos.

Covered with fuzz or a large number of tiny loose fibres like a carpet or many stuffed animals. Mentioned in the popular nursery rhyme Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear
Vague or imprecise

My recollection of that event is fuzzy.

Fuzzy hair sticks up in a soft, curly mass. He had fuzzy black hair and bright black eyes
covering with fine light hairs; "his head fuzzed like a dandelion gone to seed"
Not firmly woven; that ravels
Description for the condition of greens that haven't been mowed recently Putting on fuzzy greens is more like putting in the fairway-slow! Also a nickname for PGA Tour golfer Frank Urban Zoeller
As related to a variable, the opposite of crisp A fuzzy quantity represents a range of value as opposed to a single numeric value, e g , “hot” vs 89 4°
A fuzzy picture, image, or sound is unclear and hard to see or hear. A couple of fuzzy pictures have been published. fuzzy bass lines
If you or your thoughts are fuzzy, you are confused and cannot think clearly. He had little patience for fuzzy ideas. clear
A fuzzy situation is a one page scenario, usually set thirty to forty years in the future and based on the set topic This scenario takes the existing, present day situation and extrapolates it into the future It is full of possibilities rather than definitive predictions
You describe something as fuzzy when it is vague and not clearly defined. The border between science fact and science fiction gets a bit fuzzy. = hazy
Fuzzy logic is a type of computer logic that is supposed to imitate the way that humans think, for example by adapting to changing circumstances rather than always following the same procedure
Furnished with fuzz; having fuzz; like fuzz; as, the fuzzy skin of a peach
{s} soft, cottony, fluffy; lint-covered; cloudy, hazy, blurry; confused
If something is fuzzy, it has a covering that feels soft and like fur. fuzzy material
confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out; "a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance
indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out; "a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance"
Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel
One of the native people of Papua New Guinea who, during the Second World War, helped stretcher wounded Australian soldiers to field hospitals
fuzzy melon
A green, fuzzy melon fruit taken from this vine that has sweet white flesh
fuzzy melon
A vine of the genus Benincasa cultivated throughout Asia
fuzzy navel
A particular type of cocktail, usually made of peach schnapps and orange juice
fuzzy navel
A serving of this cocktail
fuzzy set
A set whose elements have degrees of membership, instead of only full and empty membership
fuzzy-wuzzy
A Hadendoa warrior of the Mahdi army
fuzzy logic
Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic; it deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact
fuzzy logic
A form of mathematical logic in which truth can assume a continuum of values between 0 and 1
fuzzy logic
THE USE OF A TEMPERATURE CONTROL ALGORITHM TO PREVENT OVERSHOOT BY LEARNING AND APPLYING THE OPTIMUM SYSTEM OPERATING CONDITIONS ACHIEVED BY RUNNING THE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER FOR A SPECIFIED NUMBER OF CYCLES USES AN "IF-THEN" ALGORITHM, WHICH IS USEFUL IN 15-20% OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL CASES WHERE CLEAR-CUT ACTION IS NOT INDICATED AND LEARNING ACTION IS REQUIRED
fuzzy logic
is a mathematical method of handling imprecise or subjective information
fuzzy logic
Fuzzy logic provides an approach to approximate reasoning in which the rules of inference are approximate rather than exact Fuzzy logic is useful in manipulating information that is incomplete, imprecise, or unreliable Also called fuzzy set theory, fuzzy logic extends the simple Boolean operators, can express implication, and is used extensively in Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs Fuzzy logic allows computers to work more easily with phrases such as "fairly," "rarely," or "almost " It allows computers to use more than just true or false
fuzzy logic
A technique for matching items that are similar For example if you are using a search engine to find pages containing references to Stephen Thomson using fuzzy logic, it might well return pages that contain Stephen Thompson, Steven Thomson and Steven Thompson as well
fuzzy logic
A number of financial variables involved if financial decision are, but their very nature, fuzzy We talk about high price/earning stock Well, what is high? The definition of high will change depending o the growth rate of the company, the industry sector the company is in whether the market is moving higher or lower, whether interest rates are high or low, and many other factor To handle the fuzzy nature of this and other financial have to be use resort to fuzzy set theory
fuzzy logic
Unlike the traditional "yes" or "no" mode of computers, this approach allows the computer to accept vaguer words from the operator or a model, where the diagnosis is uncertain Eg: "very", "few", "most", "about" Such approximate reasoning leads the computer to arrive at a definite conclusion
fuzzy logic
The reasoning of an expert system that includes rules to deal with ambiguities, rather than only "either/or" choices
fuzzy logic
A superset of conventional (Boolean) logic that has been extended to handle the concept of partial truth; truth-values between "completely true" and "completely false" It was introduced by Dr Lotfi Zadeh of UC/ Berkeley in the 1960's as a means to model the uncertainty of natural language
fuzzy logic
a computerized version of deduction
fuzzy logic
a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that resembles human thinking in that it can measure imprecise or vague entities
fuzzy logic
Fuzzy logic is applied to fuzzy sets where membership in a fuzzy set is a probability, not necessarily 0 or 1 Non-fuzzy logic manipulates outcomes that are either true or false Fuzzy logic needs to be able to manipulate degrees of "maybe" in addition to true and false
fuzzy logic
An extension of expert systems technology in which the rules can be expressed imprecisely
fuzzy logic
A form of logic in which variables can have degrees of truth or falsehood
fuzzy logic
A type of full-text search (see Full Text Search) that allows the user to adjust the tolerance levels for how specifically to search on a given criteria Fuzzy logic searches often make use of Boolean logic to expand the tolerance of the search See Adaptive Pattern Recognition Processing
fuzzy logic
A method of reasoning that allows for partial or "fuzzy" descriptions of rules For example, the truth of a proposition such as "Company X is a medium-sized company" might vary over a range of from "completely false" to "completely true "
fuzzy logic
A way of dealing with uncertain information and variables that do not permit simple yes/no categorisations (e g colour) Can also be used to make decisions where uncertainty occurs
fuzzy logic
An Artificial intelligence method for representing and reasoning with imprecisely specified knowledge, for example defining loose boundaries to distinguish Œlow‚ from Œhigh‚ values See also: Qualitative reasoning, Artificial intelligence
fuzzy logic
logic which as opposed to classical logic takes variable factors such as time and probability into account
fuzzy logic
Processing information that is ambiguous Fuzzy sets may overlap one another (e g something is both sweet and sour) Fuzzy logic uses the operations AND, OR and NOT
fuzzy logic
Fuzzy logic is designed for situations where information is inexact and traditional digital on/off decisions are not possible It divides data into vague categories such as "hot", "medium" and "cold"
fuzzy logic
A conclusion reached by a computer recognising that all values are not absolutes such as yes or no, black or white etc Fuzzy logic makes calculations considering values in varying degrees between absolutes For example, a computer might recognise black and white as absolutes, yet make an evaluation based on a shade of grey, which is somewhere between
fuzzy logic
Used by expert systems to allow users to respond by using qualitative terms such as great and OK
fuzzy logic
A form of algebra employing a range of values from "true" to "false" that is used in decision-making with imprecise data, as in artificial intelligence systems. a type of logic which is used to try to make computers think like humans. Logic based on the concept of fuzzy sets, in which membership is expressed in varying probabilities or degrees of truth that is, as a continuum of values ranging from 0 (does not occur) to 1 (definitely occurs). As additional data are gathered, many fuzzy-logic systems are able to adjust the probability values assigned to different parameters. Because some such systems appear able to learn from their mistakes, they are often considered a crude form of artificial intelligence. The term and concept date from a 1965 paper by Lotfi A. Zadeh born 1921 . Fuzzy-logic systems achieved commercial application in the early 1990s. Advanced clothes-washing machines, for example, use fuzzy-logic systems to detect and adapt to patterns of water movement during a wash cycle, increasing efficiency and reducing water consumption. Other products using fuzzy logic include camcorders, microwave ovens, and dishwashers. Other applications include expert systems, self-regulating industrial controls, and computerized speech-and handwriting-recognition programs
fuzzy logic
based on fuzzy-set theory, recognizes that statements are not necessarily only true or false, but also can be very unlikely or more or less certain Fuzzy logic allows computers to emulate the human reasoning process, which makes decisions based on vague or incomplete data, by assigning values of degree to all the elements of a set The use of fuzzy logic in products reduces time-to-market, lowers development costs, and improves product performance
fuzzy logic
The process of reaching conclusions based on information and facts that are not 100 percent certain
warm fuzzy
a good impression; a feeling of comfort or trust

I suppose they are a reputable business, but I didn't get a warm fuzzy from their salesman.

fuzzier
comparative of fuzzy
fuzziest
superlative of fuzzy
fuzzily
In a fuzzy manner
fuzzily
in a manner that is not clear; confusedly
fuzziness
the quality of being indistinct
fuzziness
The state or quality of being fuzzy
fuzziness
{i} lack of clarity, indistinctness, blurriness; softness, quality of being fuzzy or covered with fuzz
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