fuzzy value

fuzzy value

[¦fəz·ē ′val‚yü]
(mathematics)
A membership function of a fuzzy set that serves as the value assigned to a variable.
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With the use of FNs, it is possible to analyze the real situation into the fuzzy value.
The more the qualitative indexes approach the ideal maximal fuzzy value, the more the magnitude approaches 1; by contrast, the more the qualitative indexes approach the ideal minimal fuzzy value, the more the magnitude approaches 0.
The inference engine (Mamdani fuzzy inference system) performed fuzzy reasoning with fuzzy rules to generate a fuzzy value.
For each objective we determine fuzzy value of the degree to which a construction owner is striving in order to reach a given objective.
ij] is fuzzy value representing the preference of the i alternative in terms of the j criterion; [[?
Weights of criteria Fuzzy Value Defuzzified and Normalized Value [W.
This step contains the process of the replacement of a fuzzy value with a crisp output, comprising a procedure of weighting and averaging the outputs from all of the individual fuzzy rules.
For Rule #1, this results in assigning attribute "Project Risk" the fuzzy value "Low" representing a new fuzzy level-three description.
The normalized weight vector is calculated via equation (8) to convert fuzzy value [W.
Fuzzification module transforms a crisp input to its corresponding fuzzy value.
The model suggested in this article treats parameter [lambda] as a dependent fuzzy value.