One of the main objectives of interval computations is. given the function fxn). Traditional methods of interval arithmetic compute an mM, a'ure Y _D # fi~r the desired interval :9, an end(tsure that is often an overestimatilm. It is desirable to know how dose this enck~sure is to the desired range interval. For that purlx)~, we develop a new interval… (More)
This paper provides a rationale for providing hardware supported functions of more than two variables for processing incomplete knowledge and fuzzy knowledge. The result is in contrast to Kolmogorov's theorem in numerical (non-fuzzy) case.
Professor Dr. Gregory Menshikov was born in St.Petersburg (then Leningrad) in 1931. His childhood was greatly affected by the Second World War. Like many other kids from Leningrad, Gregory was evacuated from the city to the Moscow region. After the war, he returned back, finished high school, and entered the Department of Mathematics and Mechanics of the… (More)