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Can you please suggest some good study material on fuzzy logic. any good books, articles, video material would be appreciated. I am doing my Master's Diploma in Information Systems, and I need some background in fuzzy logic for it.

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It would be good to know what level of education you are at. Do you know predicate logic? propositional logic? Godel theorem's? – simplicity Oct 12 '11 at 19:41
yes I've got some knowledge in predicate logic and propositional logic. Don't know Godel's theorems though... – Shota Bakuradze Oct 13 '11 at 5:56

If your interest on fuzzy logic is from a mathematical point of view (axiomatizations in propositional and predicate languages, etc.) I would strongly suggest Petr Hájek's book "Methamathematics of fuzzy logic" as a first step into this realm.

I suggest you take a look at the following links:

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Thank you very much, I need more computer science oriented material, but this will be handy too, I'm sure. – Shota Bakuradze Oct 13 '11 at 19:52

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