Progress in Fuzzy Sets and Systems

Progress in Fuzzy Sets and Systems

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This volume contains the proceedings of the Second Joint IFSA-EC and EURO-WGFS Workshop on Progress in Fuzzy Sets in Europe held on April 6 -8, 1989 in Vienna, Austria. The workshop was organized by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Janko from the University of Economics in Vienna under the auspices of IFSA-EC, the European chapter of the International Fuzzy Systems Association, and EURO-WGFS, the working group on Fuzzy Sets of the Association of Eu- ropean Operational Research Societies. The workshop gathered more than 30 participants coming from Western European countries (Austria, Bel- gium, England, Germany, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Scotland and Spain) Eastern European countries (Bulgaria, the German Federal Repu- blic, Hungary and Poland) and non-European countries such as China and Japan. The 15 selected and refereed papers included in the volume are in prin- ciple the author's own versions, with limited editorial changes and small corrections. They are arranged in alphabetical order. I wish to thank all the contributors for their valuable papers and an outstan- ding cooperation in the editorial project. I also would like to express my sincere thanks to Professor Dr. H. J. Zimmermann for the cooperation in the refereeing procedure.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 189 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 12.7mm | 1,030g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1990 ed.
  • X, 189 p.
  • 0792307305
  • 9780792307303

Table of contents

Update on Cadiag-2: A Fuzzy Medical Expert System For General Internal Medicine.- A Case Study on Modelling Impreciseness And Vagueness Of Observations To Evaluate a Functional Relationship.- Fuzzy Knowledge Representation For Leukemia Diagnosis In Children Oncology.- Towards A Fuzzy Modeling Of The Functional Anthropometry.- Determining The Expected Value Of A Variable On The Basis Of Fuzzy Evidence.- A Fuzzy Times Series Analyzer.- Dominance And Indifference Relations On Fuzzy Numbers.- A Fuzzy Classification Of Computer Users Attitudes: A Case Study.- Digital Circuits Based On Algebraic Fuzzy Operations.- Approximate Reasoning In The Possibility Theory Framework: where are we practically?.- On Calculating The Covariance In The Presence of Vague Data.- Fuzzy Measures With Different Levels Of Granularity.- Graph-Based Formulation Of Fuzzy Data.- Imprecision In Human Combination of Evidence.- Fuzzy Set Theory Application For Feedforward Control Of Ill-Defined Processes.
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Review quote

`... the book can be recommended to everyone interested in the most recent development in theory and applications of fuzzy set theory.'
Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 38:3, 1990
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