Extent: 2+0, examination, 4 credits
Lecturer: Mirko Navara, Center for Machine Perception, Department of Cybernetics, K 333
The lecture on March 7th is cancelled due to a conference, we shall continue on March 14th.
The course will possibly move to G102a. Check the updates here or at the doors.
In the summer semester 2017/18, the lectures will be in hall G205 every Wednesday, 10:00-11:30., starting on February 28. However, this decision might be changed and the Doodle poll is still open for new interested people.
The course will be in English or in Czech, depending on the subscribed students.
The exact curricula will be specified according to the interests of participants. For inspiration on possible topics, you may read the curricula from previous years:
Basic notions about fuzzy sets, fuzzy propositional and set operations. Fundamentals of classical mathematical logic, proofs, completeness theorems. Basic types of fuzzy propositional logics - Gödel, Lukasiewicz, product, S-fuzzy logics, rational Pavelka logic. Deduction, consistency, completeness. Basics of fuzzy predicate logics. Probability of fuzzy events. More general types of fuzzy sets, rough sets, and other alternative approaches. Different types of uncertainty, quantum logics.
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Last update not before 8. 2. 2018