Re: Fuzzy Operators


Subject: Re: Fuzzy Operators
From: Steven Lim (steven@cefreaks.net)
Date: Sun Apr 09 2000 - 09:24:40 MET DST


I realize I should explain my question a bit more.... : )

Rather then having more operators as 'alternatives' .. what I feel is that each must be 'better' then another in its own
ways... and my question (I guess) should be more like, what are the advantages of each operator over another?

Than'x...

Steven

> I'm wondering if anyone can give me some hint or pointers (to sites or papers) regarding why are there so many different
> operators for fuzzy sets. E.g., the 'standard' min and max, and the 'less' standard bounded difference/sum, Einstein
> product/sum, Hamacher product/sum...
>
> I'm currently reading the book "Fuzzy Logic - Intelligence, Control and Information" by John Yen and Reza Langari, they
> don't seem to discuss this issue inside... please advise and please forgive my ignorance...

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