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Author: Timothy J. Ross,Jane M. Booker,W. Jerry Parkinson
ISBN: 0898715253
Pages: 429 pages
Publisher: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (January 1, 1987)
Language: English
Category: Mathematics
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e-Book Fuzzy Logic and Probability Applications: Bridging the Gap (ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability) epub download

by Timothy J. Ross,Jane M. Booker,W. Jerry Parkinson



This book, with contributions from 15 experts in probability and fuzzy logic, is an exception. Use of this book is not restricted to a specific course or application.

This book, with contributions from 15 experts in probability and fuzzy logic, is an exception. The contributing authors, investigators from both fields, have combined their talents to provide a practical guide showing that both fuzzy logic and probability have their place in the world of problem solving. It can be used in teaching probability, fuzzy logic, general problem solving, or in any course in which probability and fuzzy logic are not normally taught together. It has applications in control theory and artificial intelligence, knowledge nt, and risk/reliability analysis.

Series: ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability (Book 11).

Jerry Parkinson is a team leader and technical staff member for the Chemical Process Development Team in the Applied Engineering Technology Group in the Engineering Sciences and Applications Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He earned his first P. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Southern California and earned his second in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of New Mexico. Series: ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability (Book 11).

The Emergence of Probability. theory and fuzzy logic that had appeared in the literature prior to the publication of the paper. This book is a rigorous and unifying study of formal scheduling analysis and verification methods of real time systems and their potential applications. A very useful characteristic of the book is its self-contained text.

The authors, investigators from both fields, have combined their talents to provide a practical guide showing that both fuzzy logic and probability have their place in the world of problem solving. It provides clear descriptions of both fuzzy logic and probability, as well as the theoretical background, examples. Fuzzy Logic and Probability Applications: A Practical Guide (ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability) (ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability). 0898715253 (ISBN13: 9780898715255).

This book is an exception

This book is an exception. The authors, investigators from both fields, have combined their talents to provide a practical guide showing that both fuzzy logic and probability have their place in the world of problem solving

ASA-SIAM Series on Statistics and Applied Probability The ASA-SIAMĀ .

The series consists of a broad spectrum of books on topics in statistics and applied probability. In Fuzzy Logic and Probability Applications, in consonance with this book's central theme, controversial issues relating to fuzzy logic and probability theory are treated with objectivity, authority, and insight.

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This textbook develops the use of probability and statistics in engineering reliability and maintenance problems. The author uses probability models in the analysis of failure data, decisions relative to planned maintenance, and prediction relative to preliminary design

This textbook develops the use of probability and statistics in engineering reliability and maintenance problems. The author uses probability models in the analysis of failure data, decisions relative to planned maintenance, and prediction relative to preliminary design. Some of the outstanding features include the analysis of failure data for both continuous and discrete probability from a finite population perspective, probability models derived from engineering considerations, an introduction to influence diagrams and decision making, and use of the operational Bayesian approach.

Probabilists and fuzzy enthusiasts tend to disagree about which philosophy is best and they rarely work together. As a result, textbooks usually suggest only one of these methods for problem solving, but not both. This book is an exception. The authors, investigators from both fields, have combined their talents to provide a practical guide showing that both fuzzy logic and probability have their place in the world of problem solving. They work together with mutual benefit for both disciplines, providing scientists and engineers with examples of and insight into the best tool for solving problems involving uncertainty. Fuzzy Logic and Probability Applications: Bridging the Gap makes an honest effort to show both the shortcomings and benefits of each technique, and even demonstrates useful combinations of the two. It provides clear descriptions of both fuzzy logic and probability, as well as the theoretical background, examples.