Probabilistic metric spaces
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In 1942 K. Menger introduced the notion of a statistical metric space as a natural generalization of the notion of a metric space (M, d) in which the distance d(p, q) (p, q ∈ M) between p and q is replaced by a distribution function F p, q ∈ Δ+. F p,q (x) can be interpreted as the probability that the distance between p and q is less than x.
KeywordsFuzzy Number Topological Vector Space Probabilistic Generalization Joint Distribution Function Triangle Function
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