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fuzzy set

[′fəz·ē ′set]
(mathematics)
An extension of the concept of a set, in which the characteristic function which determines membership of an object in the set is not limited to the two values 1 (for membership in the set) and 0 (for nonmembership), but can take on any value between 0 and 1 as well.
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Fuzzy set theory was introduced by Zadeh [27], Intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS) was introduced as a generalization of fuzzy set (FS).
According to Viertl (2011) some preliminary concepts of fuzzy set theory are explained below.
The article by Nieto Morote and-Ruz-Vila (2011) is a methodology for risk assessment based on fuzzy set theory, which is an effective tool for dealing with subjective assessments.
Another potential approach to address the uncertainties in the length-weight relationship is fuzzy set theory or fuzzy logic (Zadeh, 1965).
Keywords: Soft set, fuzzy soft set, interval valued fuzzy set, interval valued soft set , soft matrix, interval valued fuzzy soft set
An article by Nieto Morote-and-Ruz Vila is a methodology for risk assessment based on fuzzy set theory, which is an effective tool for dealing with subjective assessments.
They are a generalization of fuzzy sets [31], intuitionistic fuzzy sets [28, 30], interval valued fuzzy set [23] and interval-valu e d intuitionistic fuzzy sets theories [29].
Due to the uncertainties in feature values, most of target recognition methods were developed typically based on the uncertainty theory, for example, D-S evidence [1,2], Bayesian inference [3,4], attribute measure [5], and fuzzy set [6].
Among the various psychological topics the Fuzzy Set Theory is applied to, one can mention learning disability (e.
On generalisations of adaptive algorithms andapplications of fuzzy set concepts to pattern classification," Ph.
The concept of intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS) was introduced by Atanassov (1986, 1999) to generalize the concept of Zadeh's fuzzy set (Zadeh 1965).

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