System. Get Maximum Grade(NSObject) Method
Retrieves the maximum truth grade among the
facts. (Fuzzy OR)
[Foundation.Export("maximumGradeForFacts:")] public virtual float GetMaximumGrade (Foundation.NSObject facts);
abstract member GetMaximumGrade : Foundation.NSObject -> single override this.GetMaximumGrade : Foundation.NSObject -> single
In fuzzy logic, the confidence in a conclusion is equal to the confidence in one of the precedent facts. In a fuzzy OR, the confidence in the conclusion is the maximum value of its precedent facts. In a fuzzy AND, the confidence is the minimum.For instance, a car’s desirability might be caused by it being great fun to drive OR having great gas mileage. If a car had a 0.4 grade for
greatMileage of 0.8, the
carDesirability would be set to 0.8 — the maximum of its precedents.
funToDrive, in turn, might require power AND handling. So a car with
plentyOfHorsepower of 1.0 but
goodHandling of 0.4 would end up with a
funToDrive grade of 0.4 — the minimum of its precedents.