Fuzzy Set Theory and Rough Set Theory
In daily life, we use information obtained to understand our surroundings, to learn new things, and to make plans for the future. Over the years, we have developed the ability to reason on the basis of evidence in order to achieve our goals. However, since we are restricted by our ability to perceive the world, we find ourselves always confronted by uncertainties about how good our inferences are. Uncertainties are one of the sources from which our errors stem since we do not know the exact information about our environment.
KeywordsMembership Function Linguistic Variable Fuzzy Relation Crisp Relation Fuzzy Proposition
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