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Hesitant L ‐Fuzzy Sets
The hesitant fuzzy sets are a new efficient mathematical approach to study imprecise, uncertain, or incomplete knowledge. This paper focuses to extend this approach on a lattice and shows that twoExpand
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The purpose of this paper is to study partitions of positive integers for which Euler' s totient function is endomorphic. That is, n = a-, + . .. + a^ is a (̂ -partition if i > 2, and §(n) = cj)(a-,)Expand
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Aggregation operators: new trends and applications
1 Aggregation Operators: Basic Concepts, Issues and Properties.- Aggregation Operators: Properties, Classes and Construction Methods.- 2 Theoretical Aspects of Aggregation Operators.- AggregationExpand
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Aggregation operators: properties, classes and construction methods
Aggregation (fusion) of several input values into a single output value is an indispensable tool not only of mathematics or physics, but of majority of engineering, economical, social and otherExpand
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Aggregation Functions (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications)
Aggregation is the process of combining several numerical values into a single representative value, and an aggregation function performs this operation. These functions arise wherever aggregatingExpand
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Triangular norms on product lattices
Abstract In this paper, triangular norms (t-norms) are studied in the general setting of bounded partially ordered sets, with emphasis on finite chains, product lattices and the real unit square. TheExpand
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Logical, algebraic, analytic, and probabilistic aspects of triangular norms
Preface Part I. INTRODUCTION 1 Triangular norms, looking backtriangle functions, looking ahead 2 Triangular norms: Basic notions and properties Part II. THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF TRIANGULAR NORMS 3Expand
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Generation of linear orders for intervals by means of aggregation functions
The problem of choosing an appropriate total order is crucial for many applications that make use of extensions of fuzzy sets. In this work we introduce the concept of an admissible order as a totalExpand
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