1. |
Soft Computing is liberal of inexactness, uncertainty, partial truth and approximation. |
Hard computing needs a exactly state analytic model. |

2. |
Soft Computing relies on formal logic and probabilistic reasoning. |
Hard computing relies on binary logic and crisp system. |

3. |
Soft computing has the features of approximation and dispositionality. |
Hard computing has the features of exactitude(precision) and categoricity. |

4. |
Soft computing is stochastic in nature. |
Hard computing is deterministic in nature. |

5. |
Soft computing works on ambiguous and noisy data. |
Hard computing works on exact data. |

6. |
Soft computing can perform parallel computations. |
Hard computing performs sequential computations. |

7. |
Soft computing produces approximate results. |
Hard computing produces precise results. |

8. |
Soft computing will emerge its own programs. |
Hard computing requires programs to be written. |

9. |
Soft computing incorporates randomness . |
Hard computing is settled. |

10. |
Soft computing will use multivalued logic. |
Hard computing uses two-valued logic. |