Experimental Results for Information Systems Based on Accesses Locality via Intuitionistic Fuzzy Metrics

@inproceedings{CastroCompany2008ExperimentalRF,
  title={Experimental Results for Information Systems Based on Accesses Locality via Intuitionistic Fuzzy Metrics},
  author={Francisco Castro-Company and Salvador Romaguera},
  year={2008}
}
The notion of an intuitionistic fuzzy metric space is a natural generalization of the fuzzy metric space concept which provides mechanisms to measure the degree of nearness and remoteness between two elements of a fuzzy set according to a parameter t. In this work we show how, interpreting t as a value representing the evolution time of an information system, we can use effective prediction tools in systems that show a strong locality component and where operations require the coordination of… CONTINUE READING

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