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Author(s): Cristina Puente Águeda

Journal: Pensamiento Matemático
ISSN 2174-0410

Issue: 1;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Causality | Causal Relationship | Soft Computing | Deduction

ABSTRACT
Causality is a fundamental notion in every field of science. Since the times of Aristotle, causal relationships have been a matter of study as a way to generate knowledge and provide for explanations. In this paper I review the notion of causality through different scientific areas such as physics, biology, engineering, etc. In the scientific area, causality is usually seen as a precise relation: the same cause provokes always the same effect. But in the everyday world, the links between cause and effect are frequently imprecise or imperfect in nature. Fuzzy logic offers an adequate framework for dealing with imperfect causality, so a few notions of fuzzy causality are introduced.
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