Fuzzy sets and their applications

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Hilger, 1989 - Mathematics - 248 pages
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A systematic treatise of fuzzy set theory and of some of its applications, containing many of the author's original results together with those of other Czech scientists.
Intended for researchers, teachers and students of artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, system engineering, modelling and control of industrial processes, decision-making and management sciences, mathematics and logic, knowledge engineering and expert systems.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
FUZZY SET THEORY
27
THE MODEL OF NATURAL LANGUAGE
101
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