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An interval is a continuum of real numbers, defined by its end-points. Interval analysis, proposed by R. Moore in the 50's, concerns the discovery of interval functions to produce bounds on the accuracy of numerical results that are guaranteed to be sharp and correct. The last criterion, correctness, is the main one since it establishes that the result of… (More)

The aim of this work is to analyze the interval canonical representation for fuzzy QL-implications and automorphisms. Intervals have been used to model the uncertainty of a specialist's information related to truth values in the fuzzy propositional calculus: the basic systems are based on interval fuzzy con-nectives. Thus, using subsets of the real unit… (More)

— The aim of this work is to analyze interval fuzzy S-implications and interval automorphisms. Starting from any fuzzy S-implication, it is shown how to obtain an interval fuzzy S-implication canonically. We proved that the such interval fuzzy S-implications meet the optimality property and preserve the same properties satisfied by the fuzzy S-implication.… (More)

Since the seminal paper of fuzzy set theory by Zadeh in 1965, many extensions have been proposed to overcome the difficulty for assigning the membership degrees. In recent years, a new extension, the hesitant fuzzy sets, has attracted a lot of interest due to its usefulness to handle those problems in which it is difficult to provide accurately a single… (More)