2012
DOI: 10.1109/nafips.2012.6291045
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Francisco Zapata

Abstract: Abstract-In the traditional fuzzy logic, we use numbers from the interval [0, 1] to describe possible expert's degrees of belief in different statements. Comparing the resulting numbers is straightforward: if our degree of belief in a statement A is larger than our degree of belief in a statement B, this means that we have more confidence in the statement A than in the statement B. It is known that to get a more adequate description of the expert's degree of belief, it is better to use not only numbers a from…

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