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NLYW? [Two-Stage / GS Designs]

posted by d_labes - Berlin, Germany, 2018-06-14 10:18  - Posting: # 18905
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Dear Helmut,

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» Introducing fuzzy logic to the AlGore Rhythm? Stop if it looks really terrible or continue if the weather is not that bad.

Let the decision to use the futility or not to NLYW :-D?
"... there is a fundamental gender-based distinction in the functional system of this thinking apparatus: unlike male, female logic is based on fuzzy logic -- wherein each statement has got several values in such a way that if women say "No", this response doesn't mean absolute 'no-thing-ness', but implies some insensible and imperceptible features of the quite opposite response -- "Yes". The same is also true for a shift in the opposite direction of evaluation in female logic -- from "Yes" to "No". That is why it sometimes turns out to be a very difficult task to translate women's fuzzy logic to men's two-valued logic, that includes only "Yes" or "No", without a third value."
Elmar Hussein

Regards,

Detlew

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