What is the difference between conventional and fuzzy control?

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  • Namito
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Both terms are to describe computer processes as they manipupate datasets.

    You would use fuzzy logic to implement fuzzy control. That would be used for reasoning about inherently vague concepts, such as 'tallness.' It would definitely be used to identify a picture with the input of a jpg. Conventional control would be used to implement conventional control for the computer process, such as tracking warehouse inventories and shipping to a customer.

    "Fuzzy logic is a generalization of standard logic, in which a concept can possess a degree of truth anywhere between 0.0 and 1.0. "Conventional logic" is standard logic applies only to concepts that are completely true (having degree of truth 1.0) or completely false (having degree of truth 0.0). 

    Source(s): I have an English degree and yet wound up managing databases at a research center. Never stop learning on the job, cross train, and always be interested in loving what you do in life.
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  • RP
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Conventional control would be the typical way of exercising control by taking charge, giving direction, etc whereas fuzzy control would be less clear, but still intended to direct the action(s) of others.

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