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An extension theorem for modular measures on effect algebras

Giuseppina Barbieri (2009)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

We prove an extension theorem for modular measures on lattice ordered effect algebras. This is used to obtain a representation of these measures by the classical ones. With the aid of this theorem we transfer control theorems, Vitali-Hahn-Saks, Nikodým theorems and range theorems to this setting.

Approximations of lattice-valued possibilistic measures

Ivan Kramosil (2005)


Lattice-valued possibilistic measures, conceived and developed in more detail by G. De Cooman in 1997 [2], enabled to apply the main ideas on which the real-valued possibilistic measures are founded also to the situations often occurring in the real world around, when the degrees of possibility, ascribed to various events charged by uncertainty, are comparable only quantitatively by the relations like “greater than” or “not smaller than”, including the particular cases when such degrees are not...

Decision-making under uncertainty processed by lattice-valued possibilistic measures

Ivan Kramosil (2006)


The notion and theory of statistical decision functions are re-considered and modified to the case when the uncertainties in question are quantified and processed using lattice-valued possibilistic measures, so emphasizing rather the qualitative than the quantitative properties of the resulting possibilistic decision functions. Possibilistic variants of both the minimax (the worst-case) and the Bayesian optimization principles are introduced and analyzed.

Mathematical aspects of the theory of measures of fuzziness.

Doretta Vivona (1996)

Mathware and Soft Computing

After recalling the axiomatic concept of fuzziness measure, we define some fuzziness measures through Sugeno's and Choquet's integral. In particular, for the so-called homogeneous fuzziness measures we prove two representation theorems by means of the above integrals.

Selection and correction of weighted rules based on Łukasiewicz's fuzzy logic with evaluated syntax

Jiří Ivánek (2017)


The core of the expert knowledge is typically represented by a set of rules (implications) assigned with weights specifying their (un)certainties. In the paper, a method for hierarchical selection and correction of expert's weighted rules is described particularly in the case when Łukasiewicz's fuzzy logic with evaluated syntax for dealing with weights is used.

Several results on set-valued possibilistic distributions

Ivan Kramosil, Milan Daniel (2015)


When proposing and processing uncertainty decision-making algorithms of various kinds and purposes, we more and more often meet probability distributions ascribing non-numerical uncertainty degrees to random events. The reason is that we have to process systems of uncertainties for which the classical conditions like σ -additivity or linear ordering of values are too restrictive to define sufficiently closely the nature of uncertainty we would like to specify and process. In cases of non-numerical...

Subalgebras to a Wiener type algebra of pseudo-differential operators

Joachim Toft (2001)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We study general continuity properties for an increasing family of Banach spaces S w p of classes for pseudo-differential symbols, where S w = S w was introduced by J. Sjöstrand in 1993. We prove that the operators in Op ( S w p ) are Schatten-von Neumann operators of order p on L 2 . We prove also that Op ( S w p ) Op ( S w r ) Op ( S w r ) and S w p · S w q S w r , provided 1 / p + 1 / q = 1 / r . If instead 1 / p + 1 / q = 1 + 1 / r , then S w p w * S w q S w r . By modifying the definition of the S w p -spaces, one also obtains symbol classes related to the S ( m , g ) spaces.

Symmetric difference on orthomodular lattices and Z 2 -valued states

Milan Matoušek, Pavel Pták (2009)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

The investigation of orthocomplemented lattices with a symmetric difference initiated the following question: Which orthomodular lattice can be embedded in an orthomodular lattice that allows for a symmetric difference? In this paper we present a necessary condition for such an embedding to exist. The condition is expressed in terms of Z 2 -valued states and enables one, as a consequence, to clarify the situation in the important case of the lattice of projections in a Hilbert space.

Two extension theorems. Modular functions on complemented lattices

Hans Weber (2002)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

We prove an extension theorem for modular functions on arbitrary lattices and an extension theorem for measures on orthomodular lattices. The first is used to obtain a representation of modular vector-valued functions defined on complemented lattices by measures on Boolean algebras. With the aid of this representation theorem we transfer control measure theorems, Vitali-Hahn-Saks and Nikodým theorems and the Liapunoff theorem about the range of measures to the setting of modular functions on complemented...

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