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crisp set

[¦krisp ′set]
(mathematics)
A conventional set, wherein the degree of membership of any object in the set is either 0 or 1.
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These types of calculations are in the crisp sets category, where expression is strictly one item is available in a transaction or not.
With regard to membership of different objects, the sets are classified into two groups: Crisp sets and Fuzzy sets.
Also process the incomplete data is based on the lower and upper approximations and theory was defined as a pair of the two crisp sets to the approximations.
Uncertain information means the information about an object in the shape of crisp sets (intervals).
The company has developed a reputation for crisp sets, colourful costumes and challenging choreography setting a standard for touring classical dance with the exceptionally high quality of its productions and dancers.
1) Providing general tools to model such subjective perceptions is one of the main advantages of fuzzy set theory because dual membership instances of this type cannot arise in the context of crisp sets.
In addition, the overall passing by the Warriors enables him to shine on crisp sets for easy kills.
Stark but crisp sets by Michael Yeargan conveyed the hard life of fishermen in the town of Borough, and the ingenious use of period photographs as black-and-white backdrops stressed the realism of the drama.