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Table Of Contents

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Basic Objects
1.3 Functions for Creating Fuzzy Sets
Functions for creating fuzzy sets
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Basic Objects
2.3 Functions for Creating Fuzzy Relations
Functions for creating fuzzy relations
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Fuzzy Set Operations
3.3 Fuzzy Relation Operations
3.4 Fuzzy Set or Fuzzy Relation Operations
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Intersection (t-norm) and Union (s-norm) Operations
4.3 Averaging Operations
4.4 Difference Operations
4.5 User-Defined Aggregators
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Visualization Functions
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Visualization Functions
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Composition Function
8.3 Composition-Based Inference
8.4 Rule-Based Inference
9.2 Fuzzy Arithmetic Functions
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Discrete Arithmetic on Triangular Fuzzy Numbers
10.3 Discrete Arithmetic on Gaussian Fuzzy Numbers
Operations on Ln sets
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Fuzzy C-Means Clustering (FCM)
12.3 Example
Fuzzy Operator Formulas
Intersection Formulas
Union Formulas
Averaging Formulas
Miscellaneous Formulas
Bibliography
1.2 Characteristic Function and Membership Function
1.3 Graphic Interpretation of Sets
References
2.2 Fuzzy Operations
3.2 Fuzzy Relation Form
3.3 Projection of a Fuzzy Relation
3.4 Fuzzy Operations
3.5 Composition of Two Fuzzy Relations
3.6 Binary Relations
4.2 Representing the Model Input
4.3 Representing the Model Output
4.4 Creating Linguistic Control Rules
4.5 Building the Model
4.6 Using the Model
4.7 Evaluating the Model
5.2 Defining Input Membership Functions
5.3 Defining Output Membership Functions
5.4 Defining Control Rules
5.5 Simulation Functions
5.6 Test Run 1
5.7 Test Run 2
5.8 Control Surface
6.2 Creating Fuzzy Numbers
6.3 Fuzzy Arithmetic
7.2 Creating Digital Fuzzy Sets
7.3 Æukasiewicz Multivalued logic
8.2 Example 1: Classifying Houses
8.3 Example 2: Representing Age
8.4 Example 3: Finding the Disjunctive Sum
8.5 Example 4: Natural Numbers
8.6 Example 5: Fuzzy Hedges
8.7 Example 6: Distance Relation
8.8 Example 7: Choosing a Job
8.9 Example 8: Digital Fuzzy Sets
8.10 Example 9: Image Processing
Reference Guide
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