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Semantic transfer and contradictory evidence in intuitionistic fuzzy sets

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posted on 27.01.2009 by Christopher Hinde, Robert S. Patching, Stephen A. McCoy
The relationship between object level intuitionistic fuzzy sets and predicate based intuitionistic fuzzy sets is explored. Mass assignment uses a process called semantic unification to evaluate the degree to which one set supports another, the inverse function is semantic separation. Intuitionistic fuzzy sets are mapped onto a mass assignment framework and the semantic unification operator is generalised to support both mass assignment and intuitionistic fuzzy sets, as is semantic separation. Transfer of inconsistent and contradictory evidence are also dealt with.

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HINDE, C.J., PATCHING, R.S. and MCCOY, S.A., 2008. Semantic transfer and contradictory evidence in intuitionistic fuzzy sets. IEEE Fuzzy Systems, FUZZ-IEEE 2008 (IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence), 1-6 June, pp. 2095-2102

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2008

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9781424418190

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en

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