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Fuzzy Logic and Its Application

Anand Singh, Ramesh Kumar Maurya


Fuzzy Logic has an extremely vital role in the arena of computer science and engineering, Artificial Intelligence, control theory and mathematics etc. Fuzzy logic is the way of organizing belief or idea that cannot be defined precisely but which depends upon their contexts i.e. the human way of logic thinking, reasoning, and perception. Fuzzy Logic finds widespread use the businesses, medicinal sciences, engineering, behavioral sciences, etc. due to perpetually growing complexities in these systems which have uncertainty, vagueness, imprecision, its central part. This paper offers the idea in fuzzy logic and its uses in various branches. The proposal of fuzzy set theory especially the Fuzzy Inference System (FIS) has led to outburst of its application in diversified fields. This paper denotes the usage of fuzzy logic approach in land science, operations research, agriculture, and chemical science, and medical science, in environment science, traffic engineering and household.


Fuzzy Logic, Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzification, Linguistic Variables

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