By Allan M. Stavely
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Among peoples of the Tutsi tribe in Rwanda and Burundi, a height for a male of 6 feet is considered short. So, 6 feet can be tall in one context and short in another. In the real (fuzzy) world, the set of tall people can overlap with the set of not-tall people, an impossibility when one follows the precepts of classical binary logic (this is discussed in Chapter 5). FUZZY SETS AND MEMBERSHIP 15 This notion of set membership, then, is central to the representation of objects within a universe by sets defined on the universe.
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In the first situation, the uncertainty of whether a person, whose height is unknown, is 6 feet or not is binary; the person either is or is not, and we can produce a probability assessment of that prospect based on height data from many people. But the uncertainty of whether a person is nearly 6 feet is nonrandom. The degree to which the person approaches a height of 6 feet is fuzzy. In reality, “tallness” is a matter of degree and is relative. Among peoples of the Tutsi tribe in Rwanda and Burundi, a height for a male of 6 feet is considered short.
Toward Zero-Defect Programming by Allan M. Stavely