Aggregation Operators to Evaluate the Relevance of Classes in a Fuzzy Partition
In this paper we propose a comparison process that allows evaluating the relevance of a class in a fuzzy partition. This process starts by forming a commutative group structure based on a fuzzy classification system. On this structure, proximity relations are proposed to establish the comparison process. As our proposal is based on a fuzzy classification system, i.e., recursive De Morgan triples, we study the properties that the operators of such triples must satisfy. Therefore, we propose the study of a property that we have called weakly self-dual.
KeywordsFuzzy classification systems Relevance Fuzzy partition Weakly Self-dual
This research has been partially supported by the Government of Spain (grant TIN2015-66471-P), the Government of Madrid (grant S2013/ICCE-2845), Complutense University (UCM Research Group 910149) and Gran Colombia University (grant JCG2018-CEAC-03).
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