bounded product

bounded product

[′bau̇nd·əd ′präd·əkt]
(mathematics)
For two fuzzy sets A and B, with membership functions mA and mB, the fuzzy set whose membership function mAB has the value mA (x) + mB (x) - 1 for every element x for which mA (x) + mB (x) ≥ 1, and has the value 0 for every element x for which mA (x) + mB (x) ≤ 1.
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