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Revisit Fuzzy Neural Network: Bridging the Gap Between Fuzzy Logic and Deep Learning

Authors: Lixin Fan

This article aims to establish a concrete and fundamental connection between two important fields in artificial intelligence i.e. deep learning and fuzzy logic. On the one hand, we hope this article will pave the way for fuzzy logic researchers to develop convincing applications and tackle challenging problems which are of interest to machine learning community too. On the other hand, deep learning could benefit from the comparative research by re-examining many trail-and-error heuristics in the lens of fuzzy logic, and consequently, distilling the essential ingredients with rigorous foundations. Based on the new findings reported in [38] and this article, we believe the time is ripe to revisit fuzzy neural network as a crucial bridge between two schools of AI research i.e. symbolic versus connectionist [93] and eventually open the black-box of artificial neural networks.

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[v1] 2017-11-11 04:14:07
[v2] 2017-11-17 16:28:38

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