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 Title: Fuzzy Mathematics
 Author(s) Etienne E Kerre, John Mordeson
 Publisher: Mdpi AG (November 21, 2018); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
 License(s): CC BYNCND 4.0
 Hardcover: 286 pages
 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 303897322X
 ISBN13: 978303897322
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Book Description
This book provides a timely overview of topics in fuzzy mathematics. It lays the foundation for further research and applications in a broad range of areas. It contains breakthrough analysis on how results from the many variations and extensions of fuzzy set theory can be obtained from known results of traditional fuzzy set theory.
The book contains not only theoretical results, but a wide range of applications in areas such as decision analysis, optimal allocation in possibilistics and mixed models, pattern classification, credibility measures, algorithms for modeling uncertain data, and numerical methods for solving fuzzy linear systems.
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