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What does "Fuzzy Temporal" mean?

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I am hearing the term "Fuzzy Temporal" very often in many papers. For example "Fuzzy Temporal Association". But what does it mean?
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something about Artificial intelligence
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After reading ozo's references and acquiring a basic understanding of "fuzziness" you may want to browse through this and its references for a more in-depth understanding of "Fuzzy Temporal Constraints"
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/godo95possibilistic.html
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