Fuzzy logic, deductive rules of inference and linguistic reasoning on knowledge base
In this paper we introduce a notion of knowledge base consisting of statements with truth degree in which every statement may have several truth degrees. A set of rules of inference handling this kind of statements, a deductive reasoning method based on these rules will be considered. The consistency of the knowledge base will be also investigated.
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N. C. Hồ, “Fuzzy logic, deductive rules of inference and linguistic reasoning on knowledge base”, JCC, vol. 11, no. 3, p. 24–40, Apr. 2016.
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