Marek Perkowski, Vice-Chair for Technical Activities. Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic, Computer Society.
The names "Multi-Valued", "Multiple-Valued", and "Many-Valued" Logic are used.

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  1. Leonard Bolc, Piotr Borowik, Many Valued Logics - 1. Theoretical Foundations, Springer, 1992
  2. Jon T. Butler, Multiple-Valued Logic in VLSI, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1991.
  3. Epstein
  4. D. Gabbay, F. Guenther (Eds.) - Handbook of Philosophical Logic, Vol. III: Alternatives in Classical Logic, D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1986
  5. Siegfried Gottwald, Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: The Foundations of Application from a Mathematical Point of View. 216 pages. Published 1993 by Teknea: Vieweg.
  6. Petr Hájek. Metamathematics of Fuzzy Logic, Trends in Logic vol. 4, 308 pp. August 1998, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  7. Grzegorz Malinowski, Many-valued logics, Oxford, England, Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press, 1993. SERIES :Oxford logic guides.
  8. Mayer, Mechler, Schlindwein, Wolke: Fuzzy Logic, Addyson Wesley,1993
  9. J.C. Muzio and T.C. Wesselkamper, Multiple-Valued Switching Theory. Hilger, 1986.
  10. J.C. Muzio S. L. Hurst and D. M. Miller. Spectral Techniques in Digital Logic. Academic, 1985.
  11. N. Rescher, ``Many-valued Logic New York,'' McGraw Hill, 1969.
  12. D.C. Rine (ed), Computer Science and Multiple-Valued Logic: Theory and Applications, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, North-Holland, 1977.
  13. E. Turunen, Mathematics Behind Fuzzy Logic. Coming August 1999, from Springer Verlag.
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    An excellent book on mutli-valued logic is by Rescher. Aspects of the relationship with fuzzy logic are examined by many authors: