Introductory Remarks on Fuzzy Sets
This Ch. can be regarded as an introduction to this book that originates from the primordial need to collect results from several papers on fuzzy relation equations. First of all we would like to emphasize some considerations of a general character in fuzzy set theory. This will enable the reader to get a certain perspective on this field of research. Moreover these remarks could suggest a philosophy behind the methodology of fuzzy sets.
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