Fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic, fuzzy methods with applications / Hans Bandemer and Siegfried Gottwald.
By: Bandemer, Hans
Contributor(s): Gottwald, SiegfriedMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Original language: German Publisher: Chichester ; New York : J. Wiley, c1995Description: x, 239 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0471956368 (acidfree paper); 9780471956365Uniform titles: Einfuhrüng in die Fuzzy Methoden. Subject(s): Fuzzy sets | Mathematical statistics | Fuzzy logicDDC classification: 511.3 LOC classification: QA248.5 | .B3613 1995Online resources: WorldCat details
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -234) and index.
Table of contents 1. Introduction --
2. Fuzzy Sets --
3. Fuzzified Relationships --
4. Linguistic Variables and Their Applications --
5. Measure Theory and Fuzzy Sets --
6. Fuzzy Data Analysis.
Continuing research in fuzzy theory has dramatically developed the field of intelligent systems. Presenting a highly accessible introduction to this most topical area, this title provides a comprehensive understanding of fuzzy sets and their applications. A range of carefully selected topics, from fuzzy arithmetic and fuzzy programming through to qualitative and quantitative fuzzy data analysis, are discussed in detail, giving a strong framework for addressing the various applications of fuzzy sets. Features include clear explanation of the mathematical basis of fuzzy set theory, comprehensive coverage of principles and their applications, and presentation of a wide range of practical applications.
The growing applications of fuzzy theory ensures this book will appeal to both communication and control engineering professionals with a general background in mathematics. Computer scientists and researchers, as well as applied mathematicians, will find this an invaluable reference source providing information on current research topics.
Computer Science & Engineering