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Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines Fuzzy P Systems Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine . . . . . . Computing under Vagueness Apostolos Syropoulos Xanthi, Greece Second international workshop New Worlds of Computation 2011 LIFO, University of Orléans (France) Monday, May 23, 2011

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Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines Fuzzy P Systems Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
Computing
under
Vagueness
Apostolos Syropoulos Xanthi, Greece asyropoulos@yahoo.com
Second international workshop New Worlds of Computation 2011 LIFO, University of Orléans (France) Monday, May 23, 2011
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines Fuzzy P Systems Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
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Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets
Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases.
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?.
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?. A case in which it seems impossible either to apply or not to apply a vague term.
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?. A case in which it seems impossible either to apply or not to apply a vague term. The adjective “tall” is a typical example of a vague term.
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?. A case in which it seems impossible either to apply or not to apply a vague term. The adjective “tall” is a typical example of a vague term. Examples
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?. A case in which it seems impossible either to apply or not to apply a vague term. The adjective “tall” is a typical example of a vague term. Examples Serena is 1,75 m tall, is she tall?
Computing under Vagueness Ap. Syropoulos
Vagueness General Ideas Many-valued Logics Supervaluationism Contextualism Fuzzy (Sub)sets Fuzzy Turing Machines
Fuzzy P Systems
Fuzzy Chemical Abstract Machine
What is Vagueness?
It is widely accepted that a term is vague to the extent that it has borderline cases. What is a borderline case?. A case in which it seems impossible either to apply or not to apply a vague term. The adjective “tall” is a typical example of a vague term. Examples Serena is 1,75 m tall, is she tall?