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Algorithmic decision of syllogisms
A syllogism, also known as a rule of inference, is a formal logical scheme used to draw a conclusion from a set of premises. In a categorical syllogisms, every premise and conclusion is given in form a of quantified ...
The fuzzy syllogistic system
A categorical syllogism is a rule of inference, consisting of two premisses and one conclusion. Every premiss and conclusion consists of dual relationships between the objects M, P, S. Logicians usually use only true ...
Approximate reasoning with fuzzy-syllogistic systems
(CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2015)
The well known Aristotelian syllogistic system consists of 256 moods. We have found earlier that 136 moods are distinct in terms of equal truth ratios that range in τ=[0,1]. The truth ratio of a particular mood is calculated ...
Ontology-based fuzzy-syllogistic reasoning
We discuss the Fuzzy-Syllogistic System (FSS) that consists of the well-known 256 categorical syllogisms, namely syllogistic moods, and Fuzzy- Syllogistic Reasoning (FSR), which is an implementation of the FSS as one complex ...