Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logic, and Fuzzy Systems: Selected Papers

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 826 pages
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This book consists of papers written by the founder of fuzzy set theory, Lotfi A. Zadeh. Since Zadeh is not only the founder of this field but has also been the principal contributor to its development over the last 30 years, the papers contain virtually all the major ideas in fuzzy set theory, fuzzy logic, and fuzzy systems in their historical context.
  

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粒计算(Granular Computing, GrC)是模拟人类思考问题和解决大规模复杂问题的自然模式的新理论。自Zadeh教授于 1979年发表论文“Fuzzy Sets and Information Granularity”以来,粒计算得到了国际上众多研究人员的关注,由T. Y. Lin教授等人发起的粒计算国际会议从2005年开始每年召开。

Contents

Bibliography of Papers by Lotfi A Zadeh
7
Fuzzy sets 1
21
Fuzzy sets and systems 2
35
Abstraction and pattern classification 3
46
Shadows of fuzzy sets 4
55
Note on fuzzy languages 8
69
Towards a theory of fuzzy systems 10
83
Quantitative fuzzy semantics 11
105
Liars paradox and truthqualification principle 41
449
A framework for the analysis of humanistic systems 49
464
Possibility theory and soft data analysis 50
481
Testscore semantics for natural languages and meaning representation
542
A note on prototype theory and fuzzy sets 54
587
Propositions dispositions and canonical forms 59
594
Precisiation of meaning via translation into PRUF 65
614
Fuzzy probabilities 70
643

A rationale for fuzzy control 15
123
On fuzzy algorithms 16
129
Fuzzy languages and their relation to human and machine intelligence 18
148
On fuzzy mapping and control 20
180
On the analysis of largescale systems 24
195
Calculus of fuzzy restrictions 26
210
Fuzzy logic and approximate reasoning 27
238
The linguistic approach and its application to decision analysis 29
260
Local and fuzzy logics 30
283
Linguistic characterization of preference relations as a basis for choice
336
Fuzzy sets and their application to pattern classification and clustering analysis 34
355
Fuzzy sets 38
394
Fuzzy sets and information granularity 40
433
A formalization of commonsense reasoning based on fuzzy logic 73
653
A simple view of the DempsterShafer theory of evidence and its implication
674
Outline of a computational approach to meaning and knowledge representation
680
Outline of a theory of usuality based on fuzzy logic 80
694
A computational theory of dispositions 84
713
Fuzzy sets usuality and commonsense reasoning 85
738
Dispositional logic 88
759
Fuzzy logic neural networks and soft computing 99
775
The role of fuzzy logic in modeling identification and control 100
783
Soft computing and fuzzy logic 102
796
Probability theory and fuzzy logic are complementary rather than competitive 103
805
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GEORGE J. KLIR, PhD, is currently Distinguished Professor of Systems Science at Binghamton University, SUNY. Since immigrating to the U.S. in 1966, he has held positions at UCLA, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Binghamton University. He is a Life Fellow of IEEE, IFSA, and the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies. He has served as president of SGSR, IFSR, NAFIPS, and IFSA. He has published over 300 research papers and sixteen books, and has edited ten books. He has also served as Editor in Chief of the International Journal of General Systems since 1974 and of the IFSR International Book Series on Systems Science and Engineering since 1985. He has received numerous professional awards, including five honorary doctoral degrees, Bernard Bolzano's Gold Medal, Arnold Kaufmann's Gold Medal, and the SUNY Chancellor's Award for "Exemplary Contributions to Research and Scholarship." He is listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World. His current research interests include intelligent systems, soft computing, generalized information theory, systems modeling and design, fuzzy systems, and the theory of generalized measures. He has guided twenty-nine successful doctoral dissertations in these areas. Some of his research has been funded by grants from NSF, ONR, the United States Air Force, NASA, Sandia Labs, NATO, and various industries.

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