An Insight Into The Z-number Approach To CWW

@article{Pal2013AnII,
  title={An Insight Into The Z-number Approach To CWW},
  author={Sankar K. Pal and Romi Banerjee and Soumitra Dutta and Samar Sen Sarma},
  journal={Fundam. Inform.},
  year={2013},
  volume={124},
  pages={197-229}
}
The Z-number is a new fuzzy-theoretic concept, proposed by Zadeh in 2011. It extends the basic philosophy of Computing With Words CWW to include the perception of uncertainty of the information conveyed by a natural language statement. The Z-number thus, serves as a model of linguistic summarization of natural language statements, a technique to merge human-affective perspectives with CWW, and consequently can be envisaged to play a radical role in the domain of CWW-based system design and… CONTINUE READING

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