110409     FLIP: A Computer Program for Fuzzy Reasoning  Version: July
Submitted by: Robin Giles, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario,
Operating System: RT-11  Source Language: FORTRAN IV  Memory Required:
42K  Keywords: Mathematical
Abstract: This is an interactive computer program, intended
primarily for use at a screen terminal, which implements
the procedure proposed in "A Formal System for Fuzzy
Reasoning" (Fuzzy Sets and Systems, to appear). The
problem in question is that of deciding what conclusions
may be drawn in the presence of (possible conflicting)
evidence provided, generally with associated partial
degrees of belief, by several sources of differing
reliability. In using the program, each piece of
evidence is entered as a sentence (using the terms NOT,
AND, OR, IMPLIES as necessary), with an associated
"degree of belief" and "weight"; followed by a
tentative conclusion. The system returns the degree(s)
of belief and weight(s) which may rationally be attached
to the conclusion.
The program is written in FORTRAN (868 lines, compatible
with FORTRAN IV and FORTRAN V). It has been used on the
PDP-11/03, RT11 version. The program is described in
"A Computer Program for Fuzzy Reasoning" (submitted
to Fuzzy Sets and Systems; reprints may be obtained from
the author).
Media (Service Charge Code): Write-Up (AA), One RX01 Diskette (KA)
Format: RT-11, 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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