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Noun1.impreciseness - the quality of lacking precision
inexactitude, inexactness - the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
precision, preciseness - the quality of being reproducible in amount or performance; "he handled it with the preciseness of an automaton"; "note the meticulous precision of his measurements"
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Soft computing can be defined to be a collection of some computational techniques that try to imitate human intelligence for creating solution of complex problems, which attempt to overcome the impreciseness, uncertainty in the problem by some human-like capabilities such as reasoning, learning, decision making,.
can at times be troublesome because of the impreciseness of the definitions, the historical implications of the words, and the lack of any scientific basis for their meaning.
65] proposed a method with the aim of dealing with impreciseness and incompleteness information of decision maker's assessments to achieve better solution to multi-criteria decision making problems.
In Table 8 the iterations are based on the first recommendation, to diminish the impreciseness of the process.
Nevertheless, many researchers obtained carbon formations below that temperature indicating the impreciseness of Eq.
The fuzzy rough set model takes care of sensitiveness of noisy samples and handles impreciseness in training samples bringing robustness to results.
The impreciseness of the term is reflected in bioethicist thinking, which varies widely regarding the properties of <person>hood.
This is how she tells him that she loves him sometimes, when she wants to get around all of the impreciseness of their knowledge of the languages that they use to speak to each other.
Secondly, every MPPT algorithm has the most promising problem of impreciseness to a certain degree and the predicted maximum available generation might be of unachievable in nature.
The multitude and impreciseness of public sphere organization's objectives are indicated in the way performance of workers is evaluated in the public sector.
The researchers claim that a lack of institutional assessment policies is a reason for heterogeneity and impreciseness in assessment practices in the classroom.
Though the term may be insufficient to embody the intended concept, its impreciseness may be an accurate reflection of the present state of the field.