Part of the Advances in Soft Computing book series (AINSC, volume 11)
Survey of Theory and Applications of Łukasiewicz-Pavelka Fuzzy Logic
We demonstrate how approximate reasoning, many classification tasks, case-based reasoning, etc. can be viewed as applications of many valued similarity and, thus Lukasiewicz-Pavelka logic.
KeywordsFuzzy Logic Fuzzy Rule Anaerobic Threshold Fuzzy Theory Fuzzy Similarity
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