Fuzzy logic is a form of logic that allows truth values to be any real number between 0 and 1. In other words, it allows for infinite degrees of truth.This differs from classic forms of logic that only handle true or false predicates. For example, classic logic may tell you that it is false that a glass is full and false that it is empty. Fuzzy logic may tell you that the glass is 0.3 full and 0.7 empty. The latter is far more useful for modern applications of logic such as artificial intelligence. 
Function   Definition  A form of logic that handles infinite degrees of truth.  Value  A more accurate logical representation beyond true or false that represents the complexities of partial truth commonly handled by human thought.  Related Techniques  
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