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1. Fuzzy Set - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
By contrast, Fuzzy set theory permits the gradual assessment of the membership To date, Fuzzy set theory has not produced any results unavailable to set
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Jump to: navigation search Fuzzy sets are sets whose elements have degrees of membership. Fuzzy sets have been introduced by Lotfi A. Zadeh (1965) as an extension of the classical notion of set . In classical set theory , the membership of elements in a set is assessed in binary terms according to a bivalent condition Ã¢ÂÂ an element either belongs or does not belong to the set. By contrast, fuzzy set theory permits the gradual assessment of the membership of elements in a set; this is described with the aid of a membership function indicator functions of classical sets are special cases of the membership functions of fuzzy sets, if the latter only take values or 1. To date, fuzzy set theory has not produced any results unavailable to set theory and probability theory.
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A fuzzy set is a pair A m where A is a set and . For each m x is the grade of membership of x . If A x x n the fuzzy set A m can be denoted m z z m z n z n An element mapping to the value means that the member is not included in the fuzzy set, 1 describes a fully included member. Values strictly between and 1 characterize the fuzzy members.

2. Fuzzy Sets And Operations
Fuzzy set theory was formalised by Professor Lofti Zadeh at the University The Union operation in Fuzzy set theory is the equivalent of the OR operation
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 What do ya mean fuzzy Before illustrating the mechanisms which make fuzzy logic machines work, it is important to realize what fuzzy logic actually is. Fuzzy logic is a superset of conventional(Boolean) logic that has been extended to handle the concept of partial truth- truth values between "completely true" and "completely false". As its name suggests, it is the logic underlying modes of reasoning which are approximate rather than exact. The importance of fuzzy logic derives from the fact that most modes of human reasoning and especially common sense reasoning are approximate in nature. The essential characteristics of fuzzy logic as founded by Zader Lotfi are as follows. In fuzzy logic, exact reasoning is viewed as a limiting case of approximate reasoning. In fuzzy logic everything is a matter of degree. Any logical system can be fuzzified In fuzzy logic, knowledge is interpreted as a collection of elastic or, equivalently , fuzzy constraint on a collection of variables Inference is viewed as a process of propagation of elastic constraints. The third statement hence, define Boolean logic as a subset of Fuzzy logic.

3. Fuzzy Set Theory
Fuzzy set theory. Fuzzy set theory defines set membership as a possibility distribution. The general rule for this can expressed as. displaymath1725
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• Fuzzy set theory defines set membership as a possibility distribution The general rule for this can expressed as:
where n some number of possibilities. This basically states that we can take n possible events and us f to generate as single possible outcome. This extends set membership since we could have varying definitions of, say, hot curries. One person might declare that only curries of Vindaloo strength or above are hot whilst another might say madras and above are hot. We could allow for these variations definition by allowing both possibilities in fuzzy definitions.
• Once set membership has been redefined we can develop new logics based on combining of sets etc. and reason effectively.

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4. LINZ2008 - 29th Linz Seminar On Fuzzy Set Theory
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Since their inception in 1979 the Linz Seminars on Fuzzy Sets have emphasized the development of mathematical aspects of fuzzy sets by bringing together researchers in fuzzy sets and established mathematicians whose work outside the fuzzy setting can provide direction for further research. The seminar is deliberately kept small and intimate so that informal critical discussion remains central. There are no parallel sessions and during the week there are several round tables to discuss open problems and promising directions for further work. Foundations of Lattice-Valued Mathematics with Applications to Algebra and Topology Accordingly, the topics of the Seminar will include but not be limited to:
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5. Fuzzy Image Processing: Fuzzy Sets
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Fuzzy set theory is the extension of conventional (crisp) set theory. It handles the concept of partial truth (truth values between 1 (completely true) and (completely false)). It was introduced by Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh of UC/Berkeley in 1965 as a mean to model the vagueness and ambiguity in complex systems. The idea of fuzzy sets is simple and natural. For instance, we want to define a set of gray levels that share the property dark. In classical set theory, we have to determine a threshold, say the gray level 100. All gray levels between and 100 are element of this set, the others do not belong to the set (left image in Fig.1). But the darkness is a matter of degree. So, a fuzzy set can model this property much better. To define this set, we also need two thresholds, say gray levels 50 and 150. All gray levels that are less than 50 are the full member of the set, all gray levels that are greater than 150 are not the member of the set. The gray levels between 50 and 150, however, have a partial memebrship in the set (right image in Fig.1).
Fig.1. Representation of "dark gray-levels" with a crisp and a fuzzy set

6. 11.8 Applications Of Fuzzy Set Theory
Fuzzy set theory, to treat fuzziness in data, was proposed by Zadeh in 1965. In Fuzzy set theory the membership grade can be taken as a value intermediate
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 11.8 Applications of Fuzzy Set Theory Fuzzy set theory , to treat fuzziness in data, was proposed by Zadeh in 1965. In Fuzzy set theory the membership grade can be taken as a value intermediate between and 1 although in the normal case of set theory membership the grade can be taken only as or 1. Figure 11.8.1 shows a comparison between the normal case of set theory and fuzzy set theory. The function of the membership grade is called its "membership function" in Fuzzy theory. The membership function will be defined by the user in consideration of the fuzziness. In remote sensing it is often not easy to delineate the boundary between two different classes. For example, there are transitive vegetation or mixed vegetation between forest and grass land. In such cases as unclearly defined class boundaries, Fuzzy set theory can be usefully applied, in a qualitative sense. The following shows how the maximum likelihood method with Fuzzy set theory. Let the membership function be Mf( ) of class k (k=1,n), the likelihood Lf of fuzzy class f can be defined as follows.

7. Archive Of Linz Seminar On Fuzzy Set Theory
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9. Fuzzy Logic: The Logic Of Fuzzy Sets
Another difference between Fuzzy set theory and regular set theory concerns . This existence of an alternative to Fuzzy set theory does not preclude its
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The concept of a Fuzzy Logic is one that it is very easy for the ill-informed to dismiss as trivial and/or insignificant. It refers not to a fuzziness of logic but instead to a logic of fuzziness , or more specifically to the logic of fuzzy sets . Those that examined Lotfi A. Zadeh's concept more closely found it to be useful for dealing with real world phenomena. From a strictly mathematical point of view the concept of a Fuzzy Set is a brilliant generalization of the classical notion of a Set. Now the concept of a Fuzzy Set is well established as an important and practical construct for modeling. Moreover, Zadeh's formulation makes one realize how artificial is the classical black-white formulation of Aristotelian logic ( Is A or Is Not-A ). In a world of shades of gray a black-white dichotomy involves an unnecessary arbitrariness, an artificiality imposed upon that world. The purpose of the material here is to present the mathematical structure of the concept of Fuzzy Sets. This generalization is achieved by way of the concept of the characteristic function for a set.
Classical Set Theory Formulated in Terms of Characteristic Functions
A A The set operations of union, intersection and complementation are defined in terms of characteristic functions as follows.

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Although the source for this material is highly technical, SEO specialists need only know the principles to take away valuable information. It is important to keep in mind that although the world of IR (Information Retrieval, aka search) has hundreds of technical, often difficult to comprehend terms, these can be broken down and understood even by an SEO novice. First, we must define 'fuzzy logic' in comparison to other types of searches. The following chart explains some common types of searches in the IR field:

12. An Ontological And Epistemological Perspective Of Fuzzy Set Theory
Fuzzy set and logic theory suggest that all natural language linguistic expressions are imprecise and must be assessed as a matter of degree.
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13. 03E: Set Theory
Fuzzy set theory replaces the twovalued set-membership function with a real-valued function, that is, membership is treated as a probability,
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Naive set theory considers elementary properties of the union and intersection operators Venn diagrams, the DeMorgan laws, elementary counting techniques such as the inclusion-exclusion principle, partially ordered sets, and so on. This is perhaps as much of set theory as the typical mathematician uses. Indeed, one may "construct" the natural numbers, real numbers, and so on in this framework. However, situations such as Russell's paradox show that some care must be taken to define what, precisely, is a set. However, results in mathematical logic imply it is impossible to determine whether or not these axioms are consistent using only proofs expressed in this language. Assuming they are indeed consistent, there are also statements whose truth or falsity cannot be determined from them. These statements (or their negations!) can be taken as axioms for set theory as well. For example, Cohen's technique of forcing showed that the Axiom of Choice is independent of the other axioms of ZF. (That axiom states that for every collection of nonempty sets, there is a set containing one element from each set in the collection.) This axiom is equivalent to a number of other statements (e.g. Zorn's Lemma) whose assumption allows the proof of surprising even paradoxical results such as the Banach-Tarski sphere decomposition. Thus, some authors are careful to distinguish results which depend on this or other non-ZF axioms; most assume it (that is, they work in ZFC Set Theory).

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15. Fuzzy Set Theory
Lucarella introduces a plausible retrieval model based on Fuzzy set theory 62. In his model, the hypertext network is regarded as a two layer structure
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Lucarella introduces a plausible retrieval model based on fuzzy set theory [ ]. In his model, the hypertext network is regarded as a two layer structure divided into concept network and document network. The terms of the concept network form an index to the document space. The concept network can be used for browsing as well as for the retrieval process. Searching in the hypertext network is perceived as filtering to locate interesting starting points for browsing. The intention is to reduce the hypertext network to a set of nodes that best matches the query and is manageable for browsing. The concept network consists of a set of terms, a set of admissible relations, and a set of links. A link is a binary fuzzy relation, where the membership function indicates the strength of the semantic link between two concepts. The link relationship is defined as fuzzy transitive, where the membership function of the chain of links is the minimum of all membership functions. The strength of the chain linking nodes is given by its weakest link. The system works by spreading activation from the original query concepts throughout the network. Distance constraints stop the activation process at some specified distance from the original node. For each concept in the original query the system infers a set of semantically related concepts. To support the retrieval process a number of inference rules are defined. The first is: If a query is about subject

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NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON Fuzzy set theory AND APPLICATIONS. LiptovskÃ½ JÃ¡n, Slovak Republic. February 4 8, 2008
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21. To What Extent Fuzzy Set Theory And Structural Equation Modelling Can Measure Fu
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One of these is Fuzzy set theory (FST). FST is a generalization of classical set theory, designed to better model situations where membership of a set is
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Library Trends Wntr, 2002 by William W. Hood Concepcion S. Wilson ABSTRACT VARIOUS MATHEMATICAL TOOLS AND THEORIES have found application in Library and Information Science (LIS). One of these is Fuzzy Set Theory (FST). FST is a generalization of classical Set Theory, designed to better model situations where membership of a set is not discrete but is "fuzzy." The theory dates from 1965, when Lotfi Zadeh published his seminal paper on the topic. As well as mathematical developments and extensions of the theory itself, there have been many applications of FST to such diverse areas as medical diagnoses and washing machines. The theory has also found application in a number of aspects of LIS. Information Retrieval (IR) is one area where FST can prove useful; this paper reviews IR applications of FST. Another major area of Information Science in which FST has found application is Informetrics; these studies are also reviewed. A few examples of the use of this theory in non-LIS domains are also examined.

25. Advances In Fuzzy Systems — An Open Access Journal
This special issue will show the theoretical and practical application of Fuzzy sets to the general quality models and theories. Fuzzy set theory has been
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26. Livre Fuzzy Set Theory, And Its Appliciations 4th Ed. 2001, Mathematiques Appliq
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In this paper, we propose an innovative approach, Fuzzy membership test (FMtest), based on Fuzzy set theory to identify disease associated genes from
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29. Fuzzy Set Theory And Its Applications, Fourth Edition By H. J. Zimmermann
The primary goal of Fuzzy set theory and its Applications, Fourth Edition is to provide a textbook for courses in Fuzzy set theory, and a book that can be
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32. Optimal Design Of Groundwater Remediation Systems Using Fuzzy Set Theory
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33. FUZZY SETS, FUZZY LOGIC, AND FUZZY SYSTEMS
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 35. JSTOR Advances In Fuzzy Set Theory And Applications Advances in Fuzzy set theory and Applications, edited by M. M. Gupta, R. K. Ragade, and R. R. Yager, NorthHolland Publishing Company, 1979, xi + 753 pages,http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0040-1706(198011)22:4<632:AIFSTA>2.0.CO;2-E

36. Nuclear-Survivability Cost Analysis Using Fuzzy-Set Theory - Storming Media
To conduct a costeffectiveness analysis of the nuclear survivability of weapon systems, one needs to evaluate and compare different proposed system
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37. [cs/0604064] Quantum Fuzzy Sets: Blending Fuzzy Set Theory And Quantum Computati
After introducing the main framework of quantum Fuzzy set theory, we analyze the standard operations of fuzzification and defuzzification from our viewpoint
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Authors: Mirco A. Mannucci (Submitted on 16 Apr 2006) Abstract: In this article we investigate a way in which quantum computing can be used to extend the class of fuzzy sets. The core idea is to see states of a quantum register as characteristic functions of quantum fuzzy subsets of a given set. As the real unit interval is embedded in the Bloch sphere, every fuzzy set is automatically a quantum fuzzy set. However, a generic quantum fuzzy set can be seen as a (possibly entangled) superposition of many fuzzy sets at once, offering new opportunities for modeling uncertainty. After introducing the main framework of quantum fuzzy set theory, we analyze the standard operations of fuzzification and defuzzification from our viewpoint. We conclude this preliminary paper with a list of possible applications of quantum fuzzy sets to pattern recognition, as well as future directions of pure research in quantum fuzzy set theory. Comments: 12 pages Subjects: Logic in Computer Science (cs.LO)

38. INTELLIGENT QUERIES BASED ON FUZZY SET THEORY AND SQL
INTELLIGENT QUERIES BASED ON Fuzzy set theory AND SQL.
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 39. Application Of Fuzzy Set Theory And DEA Model To Evaluating Production Efficienc This model is based on the Fuzzy set theory, Fuzzy regression, and the DEA model. A stochastic DEA approach has been proposed and used widely to analyze thehttp://www.fujipress.jp/finder/xslt.php?mode=present&inputfile=JACII000500030001

 40. FUZZY SET THEORY FOR EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Fuzzy set theory FOR EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT. Author(s) V.S.S. Kumar P. Natarajan. Abstract Decision Making in present dayhttp://library.witpress.com/pages/PaperInfo.asp?PaperID=13805

41. Fuzzy Set Theory And Its Applications Ã¢ÂÂ Uncertainty In Engineering
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42. Fuzzy Sets - Scholarpedia
The concept of Fuzzy set was published in 1965 by Lotfi A. Zadeh (see also Zadeh 1965). Since that seminal publication, the Fuzzy set theory is widely
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Figure 1: Birds-eye view on a forest: Where is the boundary of the forest? Which location is in the forest and which is out of it? (See explanation in the text Fuzzy set is a mathematical model of vague qualitative or quantitative data, frequently generated by means of the natural language . The model is based on the generalization of the classical concepts of set and its characteristic function.
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The concept of fuzzy set was published in 1965 by Lotfi A. Zadeh (see also Zadeh 1965). Since that seminal publication, the fuzzy set theory is widely studied and extended. Its application to the control theory became successful and revolutionary especially in seventies, and eighties, the applications to data analysis artificial intelligence , and computational intelligence are intensively developed, especially, since nineties. The theory is also extended and generalized by means of the theories of triangular norms and conorms , and aggregation operators edit
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The expansion of the field of mathematical models of real phenomena was influenced by the vagueness of the colloquial language. The attempts to use the computing technology for processing such models have pointed at the fact that the traditional

43. Bibliography On Fuzzy Set Theory
Bibliography on Fuzzy set theory. This bibliography is a part of the Computer Science Bibliography Collection.
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45. CSISS Classics - Lotfi Zadeh: Fuzzy Logic-Incoporating Real-World Vagueness
The Fuzzy set theory was introduced by Professor Lotfi Zadeh in 1965 and can The Fuzzy set theory attempts to follow more closely the vagueness that is
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Lotfi Zadeh: Fuzzy logic-Incoporating Real-World Vagueness By Pragya Agarwal
Back to Classics Background Fuzzy logic was first invented as a representation scheme and calculus for uncertain or vague notions. It is basically a multi-valued logic that allows more human-like interpretation and reasoning in machines by resolving intermediate categories between notations such as true/false, hot/cold etc used in Boolean logic. This was seen as an extension of the conventional Boolean Logic that was extended to handle the concept of partial truth or partial false rather than the absolute values and categories in Boolean logic. Philosophers such as Plato had posited the laws of thought and one of these thoughts was the Law of Excluded Middle . Parminedes proposed the first version of this rule around 400 B.C. and stated amidst controversy that statements could be both true and not true at the same time. The Greek Philosopher Plato laid the foundations for the fuzzy logic by proposing a third region between true and false where the two notions tumbled together. In the early 1900s, Lukasiewicz extended on to the conventional bi-valued logic of Aristotle and proposed a tri-valued logic in his paper in 1920 titled On three-valued logic The fuzzy set theory was introduced by Professor Lotfi Zadeh in 1965 and can be seen as an infinite- valued logic. Lotfi Zadeh is currently serving as a director of BISC (Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing). Prior to 1965 Zadeh's work had been centered on system theory and decision analysis. Since then, his research interests have shifted to the theory of fuzzy sets and its applications to artificial intelligence, linguistics, logic, decision analysis, control theory, expert systems and neural networks. Currently, his research is focused on fuzzy logic, soft computing, computing with words, and the newly developed computational theory of perceptions and natural language.

46. Fuzzy Clustering
The concepts of Fuzzy set theory, when treated in a purely mathematical form, Fuzzy set theory is different from these in that all results, in principle
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 Current Activities Fuzzy Clustering Brian T. Luke The concepts of Fuzzy Set Theory, when treated in a purely mathematical form, can be quite confusing. This outline describes the basic concepts by examining a sample set of data. This method has been used in a Breast Cancer Diagnosis study to classify tumors from the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Data Set as either malignant or benign. The objective of any Decision Support procedure is to use the training set of data to develop a procedure that can be used to classify a new set of values. Machine Learning, Neural Networks, and several other procedures will take the new values and return a definitive result. In other words, this new sample belongs either to one set or the other. In this description, I'll label them Set-0 and Set-1, where Set-0 could be false, benign, cold or lean, and Set-1 could be true, malignant, hot or rich. Fuzzy Set Theory is different from these in that all results, in principle, belong to both sets, only to different degrees. For example, one set of values could result in a 98% membership in Set-0 and a 2% membership in Set-1, meaning that it is very likely in Set-0. Another set of values could yield a 20% membership in Set-0 and an 80% membership in Set-1, meaning that it

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48. Project MUSE
The cardinal component of Fuzzy set theory is its grade of membership (GoM) concept. Simply put, in classical logic a set is crisp with a true or false
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Tim Futing Liao - Fuzzy-Set Social Science (review) - Social Forces 80:1 Social Forces 80.1 (2001) 354-356 Book Review Fuzzy-Set Social Science Fuzzy-Set Social Science. By Charles C. Ragin. University of Chicago Press, 2000. 352 pp. Cloth, \$48.00; paper, \$18.95. Whilst in the 1980s applying fuzzy logic to American Catholic membership in my doctoral research on fertility differentials, I kept a vigil on my university library bookshelves for new arrivals on fuzzy set theory and applications. All I read were books in engineering and computer science. The only social science entry I could locate in the Library of Congress catalogue was Michael Smithson's Fuzzy Set Analysis for Behavioral and Social Science. I quickly purchased a copy but put it aside almost as quickly for it was not... Search Journals About MUSE

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51. New Fuzzy Logic Strategies For Bio-molecular Recognition
11), Exner, T. E.; Keil, M.; Brickmann, J. Fuzzy set theory and Fuzzy Logic and Its Application to Molecular Recognition in Chemoinformatics From Data
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 J UNIORPROFESSUR T HEORETISCHE C HEMISCHE D YNAMIK Home Group Members Research Publications ... New Fuzzy Logic Strategies for Bio-molecular Recognition The concepts of molecular similarity and molecular complementarity, playing important roles in the broad field of molecular recognition, are chemical problems, in which the eyeball technique used by a human observer is very successful but which are very hard to code into a computer algorithm. Based on the model of molecular surfaces, our new approach defines overlapping surface patches with similar molecular properties. These patches are used to represent local features of the molecule in a way, which is beyond the atomistic resolution but can nevertheless be applied in partial similarity as well as complementarity analyses in a very general sense. It can be shown that this molecular description can be used as the first step in a docking algorithm for complexes, where the structures of both molecules are known, as well as for the identification of possible active sites without the knowledge of specific molecules binding to this site. References: Exner, T. E.; Brickmann, J. "New docking algorithm based on fuzzy set theory", J.Mol.Model. 3, 321-324 (1997).

 52. Title Page For Etd-0714100-010449 Title, The Application of Fuzzy set theory for Cage Aquaculture Site Selection Keyword, Decision Support System; Cage Aquaculture; Fuzzy set theoryhttp://etd.lib.nsysu.edu.tw/ETD-db/ETD-search/view_etd?URN=etd-0714100-010449

53. ANU - School Of Psychology - Fuzzy Sets
For many years Michael Smithson has been internationally recognised for his work on methods for applying Fuzzy logic and Fuzzy set theory in psychological
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For many years Michael Smithson has been internationally recognised for his work on methods for applying fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory in psychological and social science research. Fuzzy sets are essentially categories that have blurry boundaries (e.g., colours such as red or violet), so that objects may belong partially to more than one fuzzy set at a time (e.g., something can be reddish-purple). Many psychological constructs (e.g., depression) can be thought of as both categorical and a matter of degree at the same time, and fuzzy sets potentially could be applied to such concepts. References

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 55. Fuzzy Logic And Control: Principal Approach And Po...[Artif Organs. 1995] - PubM to each set of clothes and change their washing strategies as the clothes become clean. These intelligent systems are based on Fuzzy control strategies,http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&uid=7741632&cmd=showdetailvie

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