Interval-Valued Algebras and Fuzzy Logics


In this chapter, we present a propositional calculus for several intervalvalued fuzzy logics, i.e., logics having intervals as truth values. More precisely, the truth values are preferably subintervals of the unit interval. The idea behind it is that such an interval can model imprecise information. To compute the truth values of ‘p implies q’ and ‘p and q… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-16629-7_4


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@inproceedings{Gasse2011IntervalValuedAA, title={Interval-Valued Algebras and Fuzzy Logics}, author={Bart Van Gasse and Chris Cornelis and Glad Deschrijver}, booktitle={35 Years of Fuzzy Set Theory}, year={2011} }