Two questions with respect to the use of fuzzy operators
(connectives):
1) Does there exist (an)other fuzzy operator(s) which allow(s) for
the distributivity property, other than Zadeh's classical min-max
operators ? Or can distributivity only hold if a probabilistic
interpretation of fuzzy sets is advanced (cf. Mabuchi, 1992, Fuzzy
Sets & Systems, vol. 49 (3), pp. 271-283).
2) Does something like "mixed connectives" exist: ie, combining a
t-norm with another than what is usually expected t-conorm: eg. the
product operator (for intersection, a t-norm) in combination with the
algebraic sum (for union), instead of probabilisic sum?
Who can help? Please give me some pointers to useful references.
Many thanks!
Frank Witlox
University of Antwerp (Belgium)
E-mail: frank.witlox@ufsia.ac.be (or this discussion group)
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Frank J.A. WITLOX
University of Antwerp - UFSIA
Department of Economic and Social Sciences (SESO)
Rodestraat 14, R 204
B-2000 Antwerp
Tel.: + 32 3 220 45 87
E-mail: frank.witlox@ufsia.ac.be Fax : + 32 3 220 45 46
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