**By Steve Bolton**

…………One of the key reasons I looked into the topic of fuzzy sets in the first place was my suspicion that T-SQL, as a set-based language, would be ideal for modeling them. 2,406 more words

**By Steve Bolton**

…………One of the key reasons I looked into the topic of fuzzy sets in the first place was my suspicion that T-SQL, as a set-based language, would be ideal for modeling them. 2,406 more words

Taylor and Joudrey (2012) concluded their book, *The Organization of Information*, by stating that there is much work to be done in both information organization and the development of retrieval systems. 1,235 more words

This conference will be in Sydney in 2017, from 31st July to 3rd August.

http://asonam.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/2017/

As well as the main conference, there is also a workshop, FOSINT: Foundations of Open Source Intelligence, which may be of even more direct interest for readers of this blog. 15 more words

**By Steve Bolton**

…………To get the point across that fuzzy sets require membership grades of some sort, throughout this series I’ve borrowed the stored procedure I coded for… 2,249 more words

**By Steve Bolton**

…………In the world of fuzzy sets and imprecision modeling, the concept of cardinality takes on new shades of meaning that are not applicable to ordinary “crisp” sets, i.e. 2,636 more words

**By Steve Bolton**

…………I’ve written several amateur tutorial series on this blog in order to more quickly absorb difficult data mining, statistical and machine learning topics, while hopefully helping other SQL Server users avoid some of my inevitable mistakes. 2,482 more words

**By Steve Bolton**

…………Information on set operations like complements, intersections and unions is plentiful in the literature on fuzzy sets, which made the last three articles in this series of amateur self-tutorials easier to write in a certain sense. 2,053 more words