Lotfi Zadeh: el genio creador de la lógica borrosa

Palabras clave: Zadeh, conjuntos borrosos, lógica borrosa, teoría generalizada de la incertidumbre, número Z, difuso

Resumen

Lotfi Asker Zadeh: matemático, ingeniero electricista, informático y profesor Iraní-estadounidense de la Universidad de California en Berkeley. Creó la teoría de conjuntos borrosos y la lógica borrosa. Zadeh es uno de los más notables genios de la época actual. Entre sus otras creaciones están el método de la transformada Z, el enfoque de la teoría de sistemas lineales basado en estados, variables lingüísticas, control borroso, razonamiento aproximado, teoría de la posibilidad, “soft computing”, computación con palabras, teoría computacional de las percepciones, teoría de la granulación de la información borrosa, teoría generalizada de la incertidumbre, y números Z.

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Biografía del autor

Carlos Lameda Montero, Universidad Nacional Experimental Politécnica Antonio José de Sucre, Venezuela

Ingeniero Electrónico. Magister en Ingeniería Eléctrica. Magister en Ciencias de la Computación. Doctor en Ciencias de la Ingeniería mención Productividad. Profesor-investigador de la Universidad Nacional Experimental Politécnica “Antonio José de Sucre” (UNEXPO), Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Correo: clameda@unexpo.edu.ve

Ennodio Torres Cruz, Universidad Nacional Experimental Politécnica Antonio José de Sucre, Venezuela

Profesor de Matemáticas y Física. Máster en Ciencias Matemáticas. Doctor en Ciencias Matemáticas. Profesor Titular Jubilado de la Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado (UCLA). Profesor y Tutor del Doctorado en Ciencias de la Ingeniería Mención Productividad de la Universidad Nacional Experimental Politécnica “Antonio José de Sucre”(UNEXPO). Correo: ejtorresc.doctorado@unexpo.edu.ve

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Publicado
2018-11-05
Cómo citar
Lameda Montero, C., & Torres Cruz, E. (2018). Lotfi Zadeh: el genio creador de la lógica borrosa. Publicaciones En Ciencias Y Tecnología, 12(2), 127-133. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.ucla.edu.ve/index.php/pcyt/article/view/1161