Dombi Fuzzy Union and dividing by Zero


Subject: Dombi Fuzzy Union and dividing by Zero
From: Andrew (Andrew.Belo@entrust.com)
Date: Wed Apr 19 2000 - 00:42:51 MET DST


I am trying to impliment various methods of doing Union on Fuzzy sets. My
problem is that when I try to compute the membership function using the
Dombi class if either of the a values is zero there is a divide by zero
problem. Should this be caught by just checking if the value is one of the
value is zero and if so return the other value? By value I mean the degree
of membership to the origional set.

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