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Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing: Closely Related but Not the Same

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Accuracy and Fuzziness. A Life in Science and Politics

Part of the book series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing ((STUDFUZZ,volume 323))

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This short note is written for this very special volume that is dedicated to Professor Enric Trillas, a long time friend of mine, a person who I have admired for decades, both for his scientific achievements and great personal qualities, whose research and opinions I have been using since the very beginning of my career, and whose multifaceted activities has shaped, both in the scientific and organizational way, the entire fuzzy logic and soft computing field not only in Spain and Europe but all over the world.

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Kacprzyk, J. (2015). Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing: Closely Related but Not the Same. In: Seising, R. (eds) Accuracy and Fuzziness. A Life in Science and Politics. Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing, vol 323. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-18606-1_26

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