Modelling and studying fuzzy dynamical systems
The goal of this paper is to further develop the Yu. P. Pyt'ev fuzzy set theory. Based on this, the author suggests a new class of differential equations for describing fuzzy dynamics.
KeywordsClosed Interval Lipschitz Condition Fuzzy Variable Independent Increment Perceptive Variable
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