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Книга utilized Group-Theoretic and Matrix tools utilized Group-Theoretic and Matrix tools Книги Математика Автор: Bryan Higman Год издания: 1955 Формат: pdf Издат.:Oxford collage Press Страниц: 454 Размер: 37,6 ISBN: B0000CJ85V Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка: utilized Group-Theoretic and Matrix equipment

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Fig, 5. Illustration of the separation theorem for iuzzy s e t s in E' Among the various assertions that can be made concerning D , the following statement@ is, in effect, a n extension of the separation theorem to convex fuzzy sets. Theorem. Let A ar~dB be bun& This siattment is based on a auggesiion of convex fuzzy sets in E. Berlekarnp. tivul~ [M~=s up,,f~( x 1 Mfi=sup,frr(x)]-Lei M hu i h v nrarimul grub for chr A n,U(M=sup, ~ i n V ' , , (, rf l)r ( ~ ? ] ) . inturvuctitnr 7'hrlt D = 1 - M .

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Many examples of such systems are found among large-scale traffic control systems, pattern-recognition systems. mac him translators large-sea t e informa t itrn-prtwessing sys terns, 29 I,erge-scale power-distribution networks, neural networks, and games such as chess and checkers. Perhaps the major reason lor the ineffectiveness of classical mathematical techniques in dealing with systems of high order of complexity lies in their failure to come to grips with the issue of with imprecision from randomness bui from a l a c k of sharp transition from membership fuzziness, that is, stems not that in a class to nonmembership in it.

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