Imprecision Index in fuzzy sets

mariosb (mariosb@ipea.gov.br)
Mon, 16 Nov 1998 01:35:13 +0100 (MET)

Fuzzy number can be represent aspects of fuzziness, ambiguity,
imprecision and others forms of the uncertainty presents in data. It's
possible to obtain quantitative measures of these aspects? I know a
fuzziness index and a ambiguity index related in the literature, but I
don't know formulations of the one fuzzy imprecision index. I think that
the one fuzzy imprecision index can derivate the theoretical comparsion
of probability density and membership functions formulations. Can
someboby point to papers or aspects about the construct of this index.

Thanks,
Mario Cesar S. Barboza

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