## Abstract

We conclude this book exhibiting an useful list of papers on fuzzy relation equations which, to the best of our knowledge, have been published on several books and international journals. This list (of course to be considered as not exhaustive) also includes papers dealing with applications of fuzzy relation equations and close topics. Thus the reader can have a global point of view on the present literature, which, of course, this book could not entirely cover. We avoid recalling the papers and the books already cited in the references of the previous Chs. An additional list of papers covering several topics close to the theory of fuzzy relations and their applications is also enclosed. For some papers, unfortunately, an updated reference is not complete (we have only related preprints). Due to the abundance of the present literature, some authors could have been involuntarily omitted.

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## Bibliographies

## A List of Papers on Fuzzy Relation Equations and Related Topics

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