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Ong, D; Khaddaj, Souheil; Bashroush, Rabih (2011)
Languages: English
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Most intelligent systems have some form of \ud decision making mechanisms built into their \ud organisations. These normally include a logical \ud reasoning element into their design. This paper reviews \ud and compares the different logical reasoning strategies, \ud and tries to address the accuracy and precision of \ud decision making by formulating a tolerance to \ud imprecision view which can be used in conjunction with \ud the various reasoning strategies.
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