So, finally, I’m getting around to three-valued logic!
To start, why are we even looking at three-valued logic? We want to get to fuzzy reasoning, and three valued logic really doesn’t do the job. But it’s a useful starting point, because in general, most of us have only worked with standard logics where statements are either true or false. In Fuzzy logic, we’re don’t have that – and that can lead to a lot of complexity. So looking at something simple that shows us how something either than “true” or “false” can actually make sense in logic.