نتایج جستجو برای Intuitionistic fuzzy set

تعداد نتایج: 582259  

Journal: :Int. J. Math. Mathematical Sciences 2005
Kul Hur, Su Youn Jang, Hee Won Kang,

In 1965, Zadeh [30] introduced a concept of a fuzzy set as the generalization of a crisp set. Also, in 1971, he introduced a fuzzy relation naturally, as a generalization of a crisp relation in [31]. Nel [27] introduced the notion of a topological universe which implies concrete quasitopos [1]. Every topological universe satisfies all the properties of a topos except one condition on the subobj...

2016
S. Abirami, S. Murugesan, Sri S. Ramasamy,

The relationship between the intuitionistic fuzzy sets and the algebraic hyperstructures is described in this paper. The concept of the quasi-coincidence of an intuitionistic fuzzy interval valued with an interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy set is introduced and this is a natural generalization of the quasi-coincidence of an intuitionistic fuzzy point in intuitionistic fuzzy sets. By using thi...

2011
Surender Reddy,

In this paper, we redefine the notion of fuzzy 2-normed linear space using t-norm and fuzzy anti-2-normed linear space using t-conorm and introduced the definition of intuitionistic fuzzy 2-norm on a linear space. Mathematics Subject Classification: 46S40, 03E72

2010
S. MURUGANANDHAM, D. KALAMANI,

Challenged by real-world clustering problems this paper proposes a novel fuzzy clustering scheme of datasets produced in the context of intuitionistic fuzzy set theory. More speci_cally, we introduce a variant of the Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) clustering algorithm that copes with uncertainty and a similarity measure between intuitionistic fuzzy sets, which is appropriately integrated in the clustering...

2008
Nikos Pelekis, Dimitris K. Iakovidis, Evangelos E. Kotsifakos, Ioannis Kopanakis,

Challenged by real-world clustering problems this paper proposes a novel fuzzy clustering scheme of datasets produced in the context of intuitionistic fuzzy set theory. More specifically, we introduce a variant of the Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) clustering algorithm that copes with uncertainty and a similarity measure between intuitionistic fuzzy sets, which is appropriately integrated in the clusterin...

Journal: :International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems 2009
Licong Cui, Yongming Li, Xiaohong Zhang,

In this paper, we generalize Ying’s model of linguistic quantifiers [M.S. Ying, Linguistic quantifiers modeled by Sugeno integrals, Artificial Intelligence, 170 (2006) 581-606] to intuitionistic linguistic quantifiers. An intuitionistic linguistic quantifier is represented by a family of intuitionistic fuzzy-valued fuzzy measures and the intuitionistic truth value (the degrees of satisfaction a...

Journal: :IJBIDM 2008
Bohdan S. Butkiewicz,

Clustering approaches organize a set of objects into groups whose members are proximate according to some similarity function defined on lowlevel features, assuming that their values are not subject to any kind of uncertainty. Furthermore, these methods assume that similarity is measured by accounting only the degree in which two entities are related, ignoring the hesitancy introduced by the de...

2003
Gianpiero Cattaneo, Davide Ciucci,

Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets (IFS) are defined as pairs of mutually orthogonal fuzzy sets. We discuss this approach from an algebraic point of view. As a result we characterize two implication operators on the collection of IFS, which on a particular subset of IFS behave as a Lukasiewicz and a Gödel implication.

2008
Xinfan Wang,

A fuzzy number intuitionistic fuzzy set (FNIFS) is a generalization of intuitionistic fuzzy set. The fundamental characteristic of FNIFS is that the values of its membership function and non-membership function are trigonometric fuzzy numbers rather than exact numbers. In this paper, we define some operational laws of fuzzy number intuitionistic fuzzy numbers, and, based on these operational la...

Journal: :Ann. Pure Appl. Logic 1993
Kevin Lano,

Lano, K., The intuitionistic alternative set theory, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 59 (1993) 141-156. The Alternative Set Theory, as defined in Vopenka and Sochor, demonstrates how a set theory which avoids actually infinite sets can serve as a framework for much of classical mathematics. This paper defines a theory which can serve as an intuitionistic analogue of AST, and examines motivatio...

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