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By Kwang Hyung Lee

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ISBN-13: 9783540229889

This simple textbook provides an simply available creation to fuzzy idea and its functions. It presents simple and urban recommendations of the sphere in a self-contained, condensed and comprehensible variety. this primary path on Fuzzy conception and functions comprises a number of examples, descriptive illustrations and figures of the elemental recommendations, in addition to routines on the finish of every bankruptcy. the writer has very long time event in instructing on fuzzy concept and its purposes and continually constructed and summarized his didactic lecture notes into this ebook. This e-book can be utilized in introductory graduate and undergraduate classes in fuzziness and gentle computing and is recommendable to scholars, scientists, engineers, or pros within the box for self-study.

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All tnorm and t-conorm functions follow these relations. ȉ(a, b) d Min[a, b] A(a, b) d Max[a, b] Let’s see some operators following the above properties. (1) š : minimum Instead of *, if š is applied xš1=x Since this operator meets the previous conditions, it is a t-norm. (2) › : maximum If › is applied instead of *, x›0=x then this becomes a t-conorm. 2 Duality of t-norms and t-conorms We can see that duality exists between t-norm and t-conorm. Let function ȉrepresent a t-norm operator. If we define ȉ’s as ȉ’(x, y) = 1 – ȉ(1-x, 1-y) it becomes a t-conorm.

1 Axioms for Union Function In general sense, union of A and B is specified by a function of the form. U:[0,1] u [0,1] o [0,1] this union function calculates the membership degree of union A୶i from those of A and B. PA‰B(x) = U[PA(x), PB(x)] this union function should obey next axioms. (Axiom U1) (Axiom U2) U(0,0) = 0, U(0,1) = 1, U(1,0) = 1, U(1,1) = 1 so this union function follows properties of union operation of crisp sets (boundary condition). U(a,b) = U(b,a) Commutativity holds. (Axiom U3) If a d a’ and b d b’, U(a, b) d U(a’, b’) Function U is a monotonic function.

2 Definition of Relation Definition (Binary Relation)# If A and B are two sets and there is a specific property between elements x of A and y of B, this property can be described using the ordered pair (x, y). A set of such (x, y) pairs, x  A and y  B, is called a relation R. R = { (x,y) | x  A, y  B } R is a binary relation and a subset of A u B. Ƒ The term “x is in relation R with y” is denoted as (x, y)  R or x R y with R Ž A u B. If (x, y)  R, x is not in relation R with y. If A B or R is a relation from A to A, it is written (x, x)  R or x R x for R Ž A u A.

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