Re: Fuzzy * Fuzzy

From: Paul Victor Birke (nonlinear@home.com)
Date: Sun Feb 11 2001 - 16:36:01 MET

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    Otto Cordero wrote:
    >
    > Dear All:
    >
    > A generic membership functions has the form [x1, x2] --> [y1, y2], where x1,
    > x2, y1 and y2 are real numbers in most of the cases. I am interested in
    > those particular cases where the axis of the membership function are not
    > crisp but fuzzy (for example: if [x1, x2] or [y1, y2] are fuzzy intervals or
    > if their elements are fuzzy numbers).
    >
    > I would appreciate if you point out any publication regarding the
    > mathematical treatement of this kind of membership functions defined in
    > terms of fuzzy elements.
    ********************************

    Dear Otto

    Possibly you are talking about the concept of an >>UltraFuzzy
    Function<<, no?
    If you are, there are perhaps a few papers you could find by searching
    Google say.

    Paul

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