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Why isn't fuzzy logic more popular in the education system?

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Fuzzy logic has inspired the most mathematic journals of any math derivative. However, it's largely ignored in schools. There is a mathematical proof that fuzzy logic is a superset of probability, which you take in high school, and there have been numerous examples of the principles in this math being able to do things that traditional expert systems or probabalistic systems can't handle.

So why is fuzzy logic ignored? Is it because of the name? Interestingly enough, there are tons of scientists who study & use this, and it's taught in schools...just not in the US, but in China & Japan.