From “and” to “or”
In this paper we consider the issue of aggregation of predicates. This issue appears especially in connection with fuzzy predicates. We give a probabilistic interpretation of an aggregation in terms of the possibility of a statement containing these predicates, and using “and”/“or” operators.
KeywordsProbability Distribution Membership Function Membership Degree Aggregation Operator Conditional Probability Distribution
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