crisp set


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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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1) Neutrosophic Crisp Set with Type I if it satisfies [A.
Analogously, we know when P is a crisp set, that is, [[PSI].
Due to the problems that the article was in relation to crisp sets, to overcome these problems, crisp data should be defined as a fuzzy, so as not to lose any data.
Fuzzy sets are an extension of the classic notion of sets (Bourbaki, 1968) called, for sake of understanding, crisp 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.
The guideline on 'Diagnostic testing in allergy' by Motala and Hawarden (1) on behalf of the Allergy Society of South Africa provides a crisp set of definitions of atopy and of allergy and briefly outlines their diseases.
So, with a crisp set of freshly-ironed tenners and a determination to find them a new home, we approached Cafe Vaudeville with its ominous neo-classical grey walls, which paint colour guides would classify as hint of doom.
The crisp set and Boolean logic approach as presented by Ragin (1987) and others (Alasuutari, 1995) is based on the qualitative tradition of focusing on cases and conditions within the cases and then using Boolean algebra to look at all the configuration of conditions to test relationships with specific outcomes.
The band earned its devotion with a crisp set culled from new songs and classics, each tune a smart, provocative invitation to agree with Bad Religion that the status quo is evil and soul-crushing.
In the case of probabilistic information, a crisp set of events or values is given and the probabilistic measure in that is set.
As England's public upheavals of the mid-seventeenth century were turning ominous, the antinomian preacher Tobias Crisp set his own stamp upon tempestuous times.
A fuzzy set differs from a classical set (referred to as a crisp set hereafter) in that the characteristic function can take any value in the interval [0,1].