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Fuzzy common sense permits pcs to paintings with approximate or incomplete details. Fuzzy structures thought is therefore helpful for engineering and modeling functions that require a versatile and practical decision-computing version. this article is a scientific exposition of fuzzy platforms conception and its significant aplications in and enterprise. It presents in-depth insurance of a couple of useful functions in components starting from business approach regulate to clinical analysis and contains particular case experiences. it's going to be of curiosity to software program designers, experts, mathematicians and scholars and researchers in man made intelligence

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But since there are several important items when viewed from the point of view of expressing ambiguous information, we will give a simple explanation. 40) for fuzzy sets, there is a [0,1] real number evaluation mA(x) given for every element x of total space X. In other words, it is a pointwise definition for each element x. Therefore, if we consider x separately as being fixed, the main point is evaluating ambiguous information using real numbers [0,1]. Just as the two crisp values {0,1} were fuzzified to the infinite number of evaluation values [0,1], we can obtain corrected fuzzy concepts by replac­ ing [0,1] with other things.

JC2® . 5 Fuzzy Logic 29 Here, (Nl) is to preserve the two-valued NOT properties, so that fuzzy negation of 0 is 1; in other words, it is a boundary condition. Next, (N2) is the double negation rule that says that if two negations are performed in sequence, the original evaluation is reproduced. This is a very important requirement, and if this is eliminated a variety of good properties will fail to arise, so at present it is commonly one of the axioms for fuzzy negation. " In other words, it is the requirement that fuzzy negation reverses (meaning no equality) the order of evaluations (or their goodness and badness).

55). In addition, graph Eq. 56) for λ = 1/2. 50 10. 11. 12. 13. Chapter 2 Fuzzy Set Theory for Applications Give the proof for Eq. 57). Give the proof for (3) on page 30. Give the proof for Eq. 79). For positive parameter p, the Yager's t norm is defined as χλ®χ2 = 1 - (l Λ ((1 -xxY + (1 -x2V)1/P). 135) Show that this satisfies t norm axioms (T1)-(T4). 14. Show that the maximum value for the t norm is the logical product and that the minimum value for the t norm is the drastic product. 15. Give the proof for Eq.

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