Recent Research Papers On Fuzzy Logic
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True Randomness Qualities and Markov Chains
An 11 page paper discussing qualities of true randomness. Albert Einstein consistently maintained that the mark of genius was and always would be that of simplicity. He held that anyone could make a concept difficult, but that it took true intelligence and a firm understanding of the subject to put it in its simplest terms. The analogy of the drunkard's path is fitting for a description of the next step of any process that has achieved true randomness-the location of his next step depends only on where he is, not how he arrived there. For that and other applications such as DNA sequencing and animal learning investigations the finite Markov chain is ever useful. With new-found interest in fuzzy logic, no doubt we will see in the future increasing numbers of investigation into the infinite state and integration into the principles of learning within the context of neural networks. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Kant v. Aristotle on Ethical Issues Involving Performing Surgery That is Unnecessary to Return an Unfit Soldier to Combat
This 5 page report discusses the hypothetical situation put forth in a episode of the television show M*A*S*H. One of the doctors decides to perform an unnecessary surgery on a battle officer whose record carried an unreasonably high number of casualties. The logic was the longer he was kept out of command on the battlefield, the fewer soldiers under his command would die. This report makes the argument that the ethical theory of Aristotle would have supported him in that decision while the ethical theory of Kant would have denounced the doctor’s logic. Bibliography lists 2 sources.