Fuzziness in Information Systems

@inproceedings{Hudec2016FuzzinessII,
  title={Fuzziness in Information Systems},
  author={Miroslav Hudec},
  booktitle={Springer International Publishing},
  year={2016}
}
A set consists of elements sharing the same property. This property is essential for setting set boundaries. Hence, the following question appears: Can we always unambiguously define these boundaries? The answer is, no. We can unambiguously define a set containing all municipalities belonging to the district D. Municipality either belongs to the district D (from administrative point of view), or does not belong. However, for the set expressing high distance we cannot clearly define sharp… CONTINUE READING

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