# Re: Object-relational impedence

Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 12:06:42 -0700 (PDT)

Message-ID: <f6cfcb2d-79bb-49f3-a250-0f263174d56a_at_d21g2000prf.googlegroups.com>

On 17 mar, 17:26, "Dmitry A. Kazakov" <mail..._at_dmitry-kazakov.de>
wrote:

> On Mon, 17 Mar 2008 08:17:56 -0700 (PDT), Cimode wrote:

*> > You I-am-building-Circle-values-of-type-system dead brain moron...No
**> > wonder you designed an idiotic programming technique called *Fuzzy
**> > programming* It perfectly meets your thinking...
**>
**> [Not for you, just for the record]
**>
**> The software I designed is not "fuzzy programming." It is for [crisp]
**> programming with fuzzy sets, intuitionistic fuzzy sets, fuzzy numbers etc.
*

What a bunch of crap...

Sets were never fuzzy except for fuzzy thinkers. Fuzzy numbers are simply an obscure and poor branch of probabilism.

> Fuzzy set theory was pioneered by Lotfi Zadeh (1965). Its precursor and

*> related works were done by Jan Łukasiewicz, Arthur P. Dempster, Glenn
**> Shafer and the mathematical school of intuitionism. Alas, those weren't
**> mine. I would find myself honored by such an assumption, if that wasn't
**> made by someone so wonderfully ignorant...
*

Sorry, naive set theory and bourbakism had already made enough damage
before relational algerba brought back some discipline into idiotic
theories. (reminds me of alchemy in 14th century: people were truly
convinced there was a technique to turn lead into gold)

*intuitionism* OR the dellusion of the possible projection of anthropomorphic characteristics on science and machines through computing and a self made probabilism that (almost) totally discards algebra and is based more on metaphysic than on math. In other words, dellusions of establishing limited predictability through an obscure 3 to N VL logic.

Due to its utter ignorance of relational algebra, fuzzy set theory was a dead end before it even started. I have more respect even for bourbakism and naive set theory which at least brought some basic symbolism on which people like Codd were able to build.

*> Regards,
**> Dmitry A. Kazakovhttp://www.dmitry-kazakov.de
*

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