Noble reinforcement in disjunctive aggregation operators

@article{Yager2003NobleRI,
  title={Noble reinforcement in disjunctive aggregation operators},
  author={Ronald R. Yager},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={754-767}
}
We discuss the role of disjunctive aggregation operators in prototype based reasoning systems such as recommender systems. We indicate a need for these aggregation operators to have the additional property of noble reinforcement: Allowing a collection of high valued arguments to reinforce each other to give complete satisfaction while avoiding the situation in which a collection of low valued arguments act in the same way. We describe the difficulty that most t-conorms have in realizing this… CONTINUE READING

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