Similarity , typicality and fuzzy prototypes for numerical data

@inproceedings{Lesot2005SimilarityT,
  title={Similarity , typicality and fuzzy prototypes for numerical data},
  author={Marie-Jeanne Lesot},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper, we consider the notions of similarity, typicality and prototype for numerical data, i.e. vectorial data belonging to R. We study the relationships between these notions and examine various possibilities to define similarity, to deduce typicality from similarity and prototypes from typicality, underlining the semantics and the interpretation of each considered method. 

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