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A characterization for residuated implications on the set of all the closed intervals in J[0,1]. Application to the L-fuzzy concept theory.

Cristina Alcalde, Ana Burusco, Ramón Fuentes-González (2005)

Mathware and Soft Computing

In this paper, a new characterization for the interval-valued residuated fuzzy implication operators is presented, with which it is possible to use them in a simple and efficient way, since the calculation of the values of an intervalvalued implication applicated to two intervals is reduced to the study of a fuzzy implication applicated to the extremes of these intervals. This result is very important in order to extract knowledge from an L-fuzzy context with incomplete information. Finally, some...

A contour view on uninorm properties

Koen C. Maes, Bernard De Baets (2006)


Any given increasing [ 0 , 1 ] 2 [ 0 , 1 ] function is completely determined by its contour lines. In this paper we show how each individual uninorm property can be translated into a property of contour lines. In particular, we describe commutativity in terms of orthosymmetry and we link associativity to the portation law and the exchange principle. Contrapositivity and rotation invariance are used to characterize uninorms that have a continuous contour line.

A fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy account of the Liar paradox.

Nikolai G. Nikolov (2002)

Mathware and Soft Computing

The Liar paradox, or the sentenceI am now saying is falseits various guises have been attracting the attention of logicians and linguists since ancient times. A commonly accepted treatment of the Liar paradox [7,8] is by means of Situation semantics, a powerful approach to natural language analysis. It is based on the machinery of non-well-founded sets developed in [1]. In this paper we show how to generalize these results including elements of fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy logic [3,4]. Basing...

A note on paracomplete logic

Newton C. A. da Costa, Diego Marconi (1986)

Atti della Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali. Rendiconti Lincei. Matematica e Applicazioni

In questa nota gli Autori descrivono nuovi sistemi di logica (detta «paracompleta») connessi con la logica della vaghezza («fuzzy logic») e con le logiche paraconsistenti.

A theorem on implication functions defined from triangular norms.

Didier Dubois, Henri Prade (1984)


Several transformation which enable implication functions in multivalued logics to be generated from conjunctions have been proposed in the literature. It is proved that for a rather general class of conjunctions modeled by triangular norms, the generation process is closed, thus shedding some light on the relationships between seemingly independent classes of implication functions.

A theoretical comparison of disco and CADIAG-II-like systems for medical diagnoses

Tatiana Kiseliova (2006)


In this paper a fuzzy relation-based framework is shown to be suitable to describe not only knowledge-based medical systems, explicitly using fuzzy approaches, but other ways of knowledge representation and processing. A particular example, the practically tested medical expert system Disco, is investigated from this point of view. The system is described in the fuzzy relation-based framework and compared with CADIAG-II-like systems that are a “pattern” for computer-assisted diagnosis systems based...

A theory of refinement structure of hedge algebras and its applications to fuzzy logic

Nguyen Ho, Huynh Nam (1999)

Banach Center Publications

In [13], an algebraic approach to the natural structure of domains of linguistic variables was introduced. In this approach, every linguistic domain can be interpreted as an algebraic structure called a hedge algebra. In this paper, a refinement structure of hedge algebras based on free distributive lattices generated by linguistic hedge operations will be examined in order to model structure of linguistic domains more properly. In solving this question, we restrict our consideration to the specific...

A T-partial order obtained from T-norms

Funda Karaçal, M. Nesibe Kesicioğlu (2011)


A partial order on a bounded lattice L is called t-order if it is defined by means of the t-norm on L . It is obtained that for a t-norm on a bounded lattice L the relation a T b iff a = T ( x , b ) for some x L is a partial order. The goal of the paper is to determine some conditions such that the new partial order induces a bounded lattice on the subset of all idempotent elements of L and a complete lattice on the subset A of all elements of L which are the supremum of a subset of atoms.

About the equivalence of nullnorms on bounded lattice

M. Nesibe Kesicioğlu (2017)


In this paper, an equivalence on the class of nullnorms on a bounded lattice based on the equality of the orders induced by nullnorms is introduced. The set of all incomparable elements w.r.t. the order induced by nullnorms is investigated. Finally, the recently posed open problems have been solved.

Aggregation operators from the ancient NC and EM point of view

Ana Pradera, Enric Trillas (2006)


This paper deals with the satisfaction of the well-known Non-Contradiction (NC) and Excluded-Middle (EM) principles within the framework of aggregation operators. Both principles are interpreted in a non-standard way, based on self-contradiction (as in Ancient Logic) instead of falsity (as in Modern Logic). The logical negation is represented by means of strong negation functions, and conditions are given both for those aggregation operators that satisfy NC/EM with respect to (w.r.t.) some given...

An extension of the ordering based on nullnorms

Emel Aşıcı (2019)


In this paper, we generally study an order induced by nullnorms on bounded lattices. We investigate monotonicity property of nullnorms on bounded lattices with respect to the F -partial order. Also, we introduce the set of incomparable elements with respect to the F-partial order for any nullnorm on a bounded lattice. Finally, we investigate the relationship between the order induced by a nullnorm and the distributivity property for nullnorms.

An inquiry-based method for Choquet integral-based aggregation of interface usability parameters

Miguel-Ángel Sicilia, Elena García Barriocanal, Tomasa Calvo (2003)


The concept of usability of man-machine interfaces is usually judged in terms of a number of aspects or attributes that are known to be subject to some rough correlations, and that are in many cases given different importance, depending on the context of use of the application. In consequence, the automation of judgment processes regarding the overall usability of concrete interfaces requires the design of aggregation operators that are capable of modeling approximate or ill-defined interactions...

Automatic risk control based on FSA methodology adaptation for safety assessment in intelligent buildings

Jerzy Mikulik, Mirosław Zajdel (2009)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

The main area which Formal Safety Assessment (FSA) methodology was created for is maritime safety. Its model presents quantitative risk estimation and takes detailed information about accident characteristics into account. Nowadays, it is broadly used in shipping navigation around the world. It has already been shown that FSA can be widely used for the assessment of pilotage safety. On the basis of analysis and conclusion on the FSA approach, this paper attempts to show that the adaptation of this...

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