Inequalities in De Morgan Systems II

Abstract

—In [2], I. B. Turksen looked at the Booleandisjunctive normal form of a term in two variables and the Boolean-conjunctive normal form of that term. He concluded that “for some cases of certain families,” when these forms are interpreted in a De Morgan system by replacing the meet by a t-norm and the join by the dual t-conorm, the disjunctive normal form is contained in the conjunctive normal form. We give examples where some of these inequalities fail to hold for a large class of t-norms, and also give examples where they do hold. Index Terms—Inequality, t-norm, Boolean normal forms

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@inproceedings{Walker2003InequalitiesID, title={Inequalities in De Morgan Systems II}, author={Carol Walker}, year={2003} }