Fuzzy Sets and their Applications to Cognitive and Decision by Lotfi A. Zadeh, King-Sun Fu, Kokichi Tanaka, Masamichi

By Lotfi A. Zadeh, King-Sun Fu, Kokichi Tanaka, Masamichi Shimura

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The points in U at which y p (u) > 0 constitute the support of F. 5 are the crossover points of F. Example A9. 9b + d (A12) and as nonfuzzy and fuzzy subsets of U, respectively. 9 + 1/1 If U β [0,1], then F might be expressed as 28 (A14) FUZZY SETS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 1 _1 / 0 1 + u2 /u (A15) which means that F îs a fuzzy subset of the unit interval [0,1] whose membership function is defined by U F (u) 1 (A16) 1 + u' In many cases, it is convenient to express the membership function of a fuzzy subset of the real line in terms of a standard function whose parameters may be adjusted to fît a specified membership function in an approximate fashion.

U. A. , If n«=6 then (1,3,6) Is complementary to (2,4,5)), and \f denotes the supremum over U. x U. · V r U. -,U. J i j. jn h i * If R Is a fuzzy subset of U. ,U. , then Its Ί 'k cylindrical extension In U. x U U. ,un) (A59) U. X U i n In terms of their cylindrical extensions, the composition of two binary relatlonsR and S (In U. x U- and IL x U-, respectively) Is expressed by R o S = Proj R / l S o n U j x U . (A60) where R and S are the cylindrical extensions of R and S In U. x LL x U~. Similarly, If R Is a binary relation In U.

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