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Fuzzy qualitative reasoning (FQR) is a form of approximate reasoning that can be defined loosely as the fusion of Fuzzy Reasoning (FR) with Qualitative Reasoning (QR). Both these research areas have as one of their goals the construction of computational reasoning tools that can predict and explain the behaviour of, often dynamic, systems whose analytic relations are incompletely specified. Whereas pure FR utilizes black box models, QR utilizes explicit structural models. And whereas pure QRdoi:10.1142/s0218488511007064 fatcat:76oufglfqbetpkqgkxqx4qpzjq