Soft Computing

Concept and definition

Soft Computing

What is Soft Computing?

Soft Computing differs from conventional computing (Hard Computing) in that it tolerates imprecision, uncertainty, partial truth and approximation. Indeed, the role model of Soft Computing is the human mind.

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