fuzzy mathematics

fuzzy mathematics

[¦fəz·ē ‚math·ə′mad·iks]
(mathematics)
A methodology for systematically handling concepts that embody imprecision and vagueness.
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But fuzzy mathematics responds to this novel need: to express multi-value concepts rather than 2-value ones, to express world realities as they are.
The difference between fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (FAHP) and analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is that the former simplifies complex degree of relative importance about judgment target and extends AHP method to fuzzy environment and realizes convenient and fast conversion from qualitative to quantitative about the decision with the aid of fuzzy judgment matrix combining the fuzzy mathematics and the analytic hierarchy process (AHP).
Since Bellmanhe and Zadeh [1] initially proposed the basic model of fuzzy decision making based on the theory of fuzzy mathematics, FMADM has been receiving more and more attentions.
Product of intuitionistic fyzzy BCK-algebras, Advances in Fuzzy Mathematics, 4, 1(2009), 1-8, Research India Publications.
Covering Dimension of L-Fuzzy Subsets in L-Topological Spaces, The Journal of Fuzzy Mathematics, No.
The fuzzy models (vague) use the fuzzy mathematics with variables that cannot be characterized neither exactly (deterministic) nor probably, one can only quality evaluations of their values.
Interval game (IG) theory which is a special case of fuzzy game theory, is an important content in interval fuzzy mathematics.
Readers need no preliminary knowledge of fuzzy mathematics and fuzzy control systems theory for this self-contained introduction that contains a number of real-world applications of fuzzy logic.
It is important to address early in the methods class any misconceptions preservice teachers might have regarding fuzzy mathematics or the theory that anything goes in a constructivist lesson.
To do this we need to apply a defuzzifying method--see Zhao and Govind (1990) for a wide discussion of fuzzy mathematics, and Cummins and Derrig (1997) or Terceno et al.
The uncertain Support Vector Classification Machine is built on the basis of classic SVM and fuzzy mathematics.

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