On rational cardinality-based inclusion measures

@article{Baets2002OnRC,
  title={On rational cardinality-based inclusion measures},
  author={Bernard De Baets and Hans De Meyer and Helga Naessens},
  journal={Fuzzy Sets and Systems},
  year={2002},
  volume={128},
  pages={169-183}
}
In order to express the degree to which a subset of a 2nite universe is contained into another subset, the concept of inclusion measure (or subsethood measure) of ordinary sets is introduced. A distinction is made between three types of inclusion measures. The 2rst type yields re4exive inclusion measures, whereas the second and third type both give rise to locally re4exive inclusion measures, the latter ones simply being complementary to the former ones. Furthermore, a systematic way of… CONTINUE READING

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