Operators for Convolution of Fuzzy Measures
In this paper we investigate different mappings of fuzzy measures in the framework of probabilistic approach. Usually these mappings in the decision-making theory are called convolution (aggregation) operators [1,2]. We study what kind of restrictions is required to the convolution operator that one family of fuzzy measures (for example belief measures) is mapped to the same family.
KeywordsProbability Measure Probabilistic Approach Convolution Operator Fuzzy Measure Possibility Theory
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