Crisp Set


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Crisp Set

A term for a mathematical model that does not use fuzzy logic. Fuzzy logic is a mathematical or computer program that attempts to approximate the ambiguity inherent to human reasoning. Thus, a crisp set is any program that organizes data into neat categories where each data point can belong to one, and only one, category.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Also process the incomplete data is based on the lower and upper approximations and theory was defined as a pair of the two crisp sets to the approximations.
So, with a crisp set of freshly-ironed tenners and a determination to find them a new home, we approached Cafe Vaudeville with its ominous neo-classical grey walls, which paint colour guides would classify as hint of doom.
The band earned its devotion with a crisp set culled from new songs and classics, each tune a smart, provocative invitation to agree with Bad Religion that the status quo is evil and soul-crushing.
In the case of probabilistic information, a crisp set of events or values is given and the probabilistic measure in that is set.