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FUZZY SETS AND FUZZY LOGIC Theory and Applications

GEORGE J. KLIR AND BO YUAN

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD PREFACE PARTI: THEORY 1. FROM CLASSICAL (CRISP) SETS TO FUZZY SETS: A Grand Paradigm Shift 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Crisp Sets: An Overview 1.3 Fuzzy Sets: Basic Types 1.4 Fuzzy Sets: Basic Concepts 1.5 Characteristics and Significance of the Paradigm Shift Notes Exercises 2. FUZZY SETS VERSUS CRISP SETS 2.1 Additional Properties of a-Cuts 2.2 Representations of Fuzzy Sets 2.3 Extension Principle for Fuzzy Sets Notes Exercises 3. OPERATIONS ON FUZZY SETS 3.1 3.2 3.3 Types of Operations Fuzzy Complements Fuzzy Intersections: f-Norms

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3.4 Fuzzy Unions: f-Conorms 3.5 Combinations of Operations 3.6 Aggregation Operations Notes Exercises
4. FUZZY ARITHMETIC

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4.1 Fuzzy Numbers 4.2 Linguistic Variables . 4.3 Arithmetic Operations on Intervals 4.4 Arithmetic Operations on Fuzzy Numbers 4.5 Lattice of Fuzzy Numbers 4.6 Fuzzy Equations Notes Exericses
5. FUZZY RELATIONS

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5.1 Crisp versus Fuzzy Relations 5.2 Projections and Cylindric Extensions 5.3 Binary Fuzzy Relations 5.4 Binary Relations on a Single Set 5.5 Fuzzy Equivalence Relations 5.6 Fuzzy Compatibility Relations 5.7 Fuzzy Ordering Relations 5.8 Fuzzy Morpbisms 5.9 Sup-i Compositions of Fuzzy Relations 5.10 Inf-a); Compositions of Fuzzy Relations Notes Exercises
6. FUZZY RELATION EQUATIONS

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6.1 General Discussion 6.2 Problem Partitioning 6.3 Solution Method 6.4 Fuzzy Relation Equations Based on Sup-i Compositions 6.5 Fuzzy Relation Equations Based on Inf- co; Compositions 6.6 Approximate Solutions 6.7 The Use of Neural Networks Notes Exercises

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Table of Contents 7. POSSIBILITY THEORY

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7.1 Fuzzy Measures 7.2 Evidence Theory 7.3 Possibility Theory 7.4 Fuzzy Sets and Possibilty Theory 7.5 Possibility Theory versus Probability Theory Notes Exercises
8. FUZZY LOGIC

8.1 Classical Logic: An Overview 8.2 Multivalued Logics 8.3 Fuzzy Propositions 8.4 Fuzzy Quantifiers 8.5 Linguistic Hedges 8.6 Inference from Conditional Fuzzy Propositions 8.7 Inference from Conditional and Qualified Propositions 8.8 Inference from Quantified Propositions Notes Exercises 9. UNCERTAINTY-BASED INFORMATION Information and Uncertainty 9.1 9.2 Nonspecificity of Crisp Sets 9.3 Nonspecificity of Fuzzy Sets 9.4 Fuzziness of Fuzzy Sets 9.5 Uncertainty in Evidence Theory 9.6 Summary of Uncertainty Measures 9.7 Principles of Uncertainty Notes Exercises

PART II. APPLICATIONS


10. CONSTRUCTING FUZZY SETS AND OPERATIONS ON FUZZY SETS

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10.1 General Discussion 10.2 Methods of Construction: An Overview 10.3 Direct Methods with One Expert 10.4 Direct Methods with Multiple Experts 10.5 Indirect Methods with One Expert 10.6 Indirect Methods with Multiple Experts 10.7 Constructions from Sample Data Notes Exercises

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APPROXIMATE REASONING

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11.1 Fuzzy Expert Systems: An Overview 11.2 Fuzy Implications 11.3 Selection of Fuzzy Implications 11.4 Multiconditional Approximate Reasoning 11.5 The Role of Fuzzy Relation Equations 11.6 Interval-Valued Approximate Reasoning Notes Exercises
12. FUZZY SYSTEMS

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12.1 General Discussion 12.2 Fuzzy Controllers: An Overview 12.3 Fuzzy Controllers: An Example 12.4 Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks 12.5 Fuzzy Neural Networks 12.6 Fuzzy Automata 12.7 Fuzzy Dynamic Systems Notes Exercises
13. PATTERN RECOGNITION

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13.1 Introduction 13.2 Fuzzy Clustering 13.3 Fuzzy Pattern Recognition 13.4 Fuzzy Image Processing Notes Exercises
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FUZZY DATABASES AND INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS

14.1 General Discussion 14.2 Fuzzy Databases 14.3 Fuzzy Information Retrieval Notes Exercises
15. FUZZY DECISION MAKING

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15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6

General Discussion Individual Decision Making Multiperson Decision Making Multicriteria Decision Making Multistage Decision Making Fuzzy Ranking Methods

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Table of Contents 15.7 Fuzzy Linear Programming Notes Exercises 16. ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS

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16.1 Introduction 16.2 Civil Engineering 16.3 Mechanical Engineering 16.4 Industrial Engineering 16.5 Computer Engineering 16.6 Reliability Theory 16.7 Robotics Notes Exercises 17. MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS 17.1 Introduction 17.2 Medicine 17.3 Economics 17.4 Fuzzy Systems and Genetic Algorithms 17.5 Fuzzy Regression 17.6 Interpersonal Communication 17.7 Other Applications Notes Exercises
APPENDIX A. APPENDIX B. NEURAL NETWORKS: An Overview GENETIC ALGORITHMS: An Overview

APPENDIX C. ROUGH SETS VERSUS FUZZY SETS APPENDIX D. PROOFS OF SOME MATHEMATICAL THEOREMS

APPENDIX E. GLOSSARY OF KEY CONCEPTS APPENDIX F. GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX NAME INDEX SUBJECT INDEX