membership function

membership function

[′mem·bər‚ship ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
The characteristic function of a fuzzy set, which assigns to each element in a universal set a value between 0 and 1.

membership function

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With this step, brokerage firms can now outsource the clearing and settlement functions to a GCM and focus their operations on the trading membership function only.
A neutrosophic set A in X is characterized by a truth membership function T, an indeterminacy membership function I, and a falsehood membership function F which are real standard or nonstandard subsets of ]-0,1+[, and T, I, F: X [right arrow] ]-0,1+[.
Each trapezoid-shaped membership function has four parameters, which is utilized in these fuzzy rules.
The design of each membership function and labels were based statistically from the previous study conducted in the bicep EMG signal characterization [16].
Many researchers proposed fuzzy-based IDS to detect the black hole attack but as explained later fuzzy based IDS has some difficulty in specifying the parameters of the membership function, which relay on the user's experience, his understanding of the network or even on trial and error.
To fuzzify the grey relational coefficient of each response, triangular membership function and fuzzy rule is established.
A fuzzy subset A of X is defined by a function called the membership function and is denoted as [[mu].
In combination with the symmetry requirement, this means that the central membership function for all variables will have its apex at zero.
In fuzzy clustering data techniques, the data can belong at a certain level to more than one cluster, and a membership function can be built for each cluster.
is "about 2", see triangular membership function in Figure 1, then supp [?

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