Michael Dohnal

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  • M Dohnal
  • Biotechnology and bioengineering
  • 1985
A classical quantitative (analytical and/or statistical) analysis is not appropriate for some ill-defined and/or very complex bioengineering problems. Therefore, a new form of analysis using fuzzy mathematics has been developed. The fuzzy model can utilize semiqualitative and linguistic data which are to a certain level inconsistent. Bioengineering(More)
A symbolically quantified logic is presented for reasoning under uncertainty that is based upon the concept of rough sets. This mathematical model provides a simple yet sound basis for a robust reasoning system. A rule of inference analogous to modus ponens is described, and it is shown how it might be used by a reasoning system to determine the most likely(More)
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