Fuzzy Approach to Reasoning and Decision-Making: Selected Papers Of The International Symposium Held At Bechyna, Czechoslovakia, 25-29 June 1990 by Vil NovFuzzy Approach to Reasoning and Decision-Making: Selected Papers Of The International Symposium Held At Bechyna, Czechoslovakia, 25-29 June 1990 by Vil Nov

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byVil NovEditorJaroslav Ram, Milan Mares

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The theory of fuzzy sets has become known in Czechoslovakia in the early seventies. Since then, it was applied in various areas of science, engineering and economics where indeterminate concepts had to be handled. There has been a number of national semi­ nars and conferences devoted to this topic. However, the International Symposium on Fuzzy Approach to Reasoning and Decision-Making, held in 1990, was the first really representative international meeting of this kind organized in Czechoslovakia. The symposium took place in the House of Scientists of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Bechyne from June 25 till 29, 1990. Its main organizer was Mining In­ stitute of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Ostrava in cooperation and support of several other institutions and organizations. A crucial role in preparing of the Sym­ posium was played by the working group for Fuzzy Sets and Systems which is active in the frame of the Society of Czechoslovak Mathematicians and Physicists. The organizing and program committee was headed by Dr. Vilem Novak from the Mining Institute in Ostrava. Its members (in alphabetical order) were Dr. Martin Cerny (Prague), Prof. Bla­ hoslav Harman (Liptovsky Mikulas), Ema Hyklova (Prague), Prof. Zdenek Karpfsek (Brno), Jan Laub (Prague), Dr. Milan MareS - vice-chairman (Prague), Prof. Radko Mesiar (Bratislava), Dr. Jifi Nekola - vice-chairman (Prague), Daria Novakova (Os­ trava), Dr. Jaroslav Ramfk (Ostrava), Prof. Dr. Beloslav Riecan (Bratislava), Dr. Jana TalaSova (Pi'erov) and Dr. Milos Vitek (Pardubice).
Title:Fuzzy Approach to Reasoning and Decision-Making: Selected Papers Of The International Symposium…Format:PaperbackDimensions:221 pagesPublished:November 7, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface. Part I: Approximate Reasoning and Fuzzy Logic. 1. Fuzzy Logic Acquisition in Expert; A. Averkin. 2. Fuzzy Local Inference in Fuzzy Knowledge Basis; H. Bandemer. 3. Fuzzy Sets in Approximate Reasoning; D. Dubois. 4. SAK -- an Expert System Shell Based on Complete Many-Valued (Fuzzy) Logic; J. Ivánek, E. Sovjáková. 5. Fuzzy Logic with Linguistic Quantifiers in Inductive Learning; J. Kacprzyk. 6. Ontology, Semantics and Syntax of Fuzzy Logic; L. Kohout. 7. On the Logical Basis of Approximate Reasoning; V. Novák. 8. Pseudophysical Logic in Artificial Intelligence; D. Pospelov. 9. Bayesian and Possibilistic Productions Rules in Syllogistic Reasoning; M. Roubens. 10. A Fuzzy Chip for High-Speed Approximate Reasoning; T. Yamakawa. Part II: Decision-Making. 11. Clustering in Banach Spaces; J. Bezdek. 12. Triangular Norm-Based Measures and Games; E.P. Klement. 13. Multimodel Representation and Management of Uncertainty; G. Klir. 14. An Optimum Concept for Fuzzified Linear Programming Based on Exact Penalty Functions; M. Kovács. 15. Linear Dependence of Fuzzy Vectors; M. Mares. 16. On the Nature of Intransitivity in Human Preferential Judgement; K. Nakamura. 17. Vaguely Interrelated Coefficients in Linear Programming as Bicriterial Optimization Problem; J. Ramík. 18. FULP -- a PC-Supported Procedure for Solving Multicriteria Linear Programming with Fuzzy Data; H. Rommelfanger. Part III: Applications in Physics. 19. On theStructure of Fuzzy Observables; R. Mesiar, A. Kolesárová. 20. On a Fuzzy Approach to Quantum Mechanics; B. Riecan. Index.