Abstract

In developing the biologically motivated approach proposed earlier to the implementation of logico-linguistic modeling by the method of Fourier holography, it was shown to be possible to implement logic with exclusions as a particular case of nonmonotonic logic. It was proposed to use one implication operator for both the premise and the exclusion by constructing linguistic scales for the premise and the exclusion with mutually inverse dependences of the value of the logical conclusion on the value of the input variable. Results are given for the numerical modelling of an example of the formation of a logical conclusion.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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