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L-fuzzy Sets and Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-72687-6_16 In book: Computational Intelligence Based on Lattice Theory, Publisher: Springer, pp.325-339

ABSTRACT Summary. In this article we firstly summarize some notions on L-fuzzy sets, where L denotes a complete lattice. We then study a special case of L-fuzzy sets, namely the “intuitionistic fuzzy sets”. The importance of these sets comes from the fact that the negation is
being defined independently from the fuzzy membership function. The latter implies both flexibility and e.ectiveness in fuzzy
inference applications. We additionally show several practical applications on intuitionistic fuzzy sets, in the context of
computational intelligence.

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