Notable works, Fuzzy Thinking Nanotime Noise. Bart Andrew Kosko (born February 7, ) is a writer and professor of electrical engineering and law at the University of Southern California (USC). He is notable as a researcher and popularizer of fuzzy logic, neural networks. 27 Feb Fuzzy Thinking is about a whole new kind of logic, a radically different way of structuring our thoughts and experience. It is the kind of logic. Fuzzy Thinking has ratings and 34 reviews. Ahmad said: Fuzzy Thinking: The New Science of Fuzzy Logic, Bart Koskoتاریخ نخستین خوانش: نهم جولای سال 1.
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Apr 25, Cameron rated it it was ok.
Fuzzzy people who are interested to learn how fuzzy set theory is used in the social sciences, I would give Kosko’s book a skip and head straight to Charles Ragin’s Fuzzy-Set Social Science – an extremely enjoyable fuzzg illuminating read. To ask other readers questions about Fuzzy Thinkingplease sign up. Und doch ist er es wahrscheinlich.
Aug 12, Rohit Shinde rated it it was ok Shelves: Also, I felt the repeated comparisons between the Buddha and Aristotle seemed contrived. This guy decided to stay in the academic trenches and bleat about how much more mature he is than the old school, while carrying on with all the nasty academic in-fighting crap he supposedly looks down upon.
This page was last edited on 4 Novemberat Consequently Western scientists have largely resisted fuzzy logic.
Warum gibt es etwas und nicht vielmehr nichts? View all 4 comments. The novel’s title coins the term “nanotime” to describe the time speed-up that occurs when fast computer chips, rather than slow brains, house minds. You can find better ones for free on the net.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. So ist das mit dem fussy thinking. While not a fuzzy activist, I recognized while reading that long ago I adopted mostly fuzzy thinking, meaning all things are relative.
I tried for years to get into this book. So it is with many, many things in the real world.
Jul 19, bup rated it it was amazing. Slow on dealing the knowledge, and long in the persecution. He is notable as a researcher and popularizer of fuzzy logicneural networksand noise, and author of several trade books and textbooks on these and related subjects of machine intelligence.
I found myself skimming the later chapters just to read the quotes Kosko included. Contents Shades of Gray. Unfortunately, “fuzzy logic” was oversimplified in the collective consciousness, and then was dismissed as nothing more than probability.
Kosko thinks it should and thinks he also knows how. Bah – now I feel dirty having got annoyed by this book!
Retrieved from ” https: This book took me 20 years to get around to reading. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In fact, you’d say he’s some kind of polymath, throwing maths and philosophy at the page in wild, untrammelled abandon. Kosko has a minimalist prose style, not even using commas in his several books.
Bart Kosko, explains it better than anyone else can. He proved many versions of the so-called “forbidden interval theorem,” which guarantees that noise will benefit a system if the average level of noise does not fall in an interval of values. But while reading his book i really liked to ask him to cool down.
The concepts are presented clearly and precisely. Rereading a gift from my high school math teacher! Fuzzy logic mimics the working of the human brain and is used in machines so they will think more like human beings.
Oct 23, Kurt Schwind rated it it was amazing. In this mind-bending book, Kosko argues that for centuries the West has been locked into the concept of black or white, right or wrong, all or nothing.
But I think the author could have done a better job of arranging the text in a more interesting manner. Interesting book, but as noted in one other review here review, not particularly well written. He is a contributing editor of the libertarian periodical Libertywhere he has published essays on “Palestinian vouchers”. He could certainly have fuzy with less comparisons.
In this sense voting just asks for trouble.
Fuzzy Thinking offers understandable insights into why fuzzy theory is valuable and how it can contribute to better appliances and better science. As a Taoist I find his behaviour truly humane, bordering on etiquette boom boom – a Taoist insult and his lip service to the “void” philosophies irritating.
Kosko’s most popular book to date was the international best-seller Fuzzy Thinkingabout man and machines thinking in shades of gray, and his most recent book was Noise.
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If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Kosko’s technical contributions have been in three main areas: Views Read Edit View history. This book explained a very valuable metaphor for thinking about imperfect information and uncertainty.