Fuzzy Semirings with Applications to Automata Theory by Javed AhsanFuzzy Semirings with Applications to Automata Theory by Javed Ahsan

Fuzzy Semirings with Applications to Automata Theory

byJaved Ahsan, John N. Mordeson, Muhammad Shabir

Paperback | April 13, 2014

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The purpose of this book is to present an up to date account of fuzzy ideals of a semiring. The book concentrates on theoretical aspects and consists of eleven chapters including three invited chapters. Among the invited chapters, two are devoted to applications of Semirings to automata theory, and one  deals with some generalizations of Semirings. This volume may serve as a useful hand book for graduate students and researchers in the areas of Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science.

Title:Fuzzy Semirings with Applications to Automata TheoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:April 13, 2014Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642440037

ISBN - 13:9783642440038

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Table of Contents

Fundamental Concepts.- Fuzzy Ideals of Semirings.- Fuzzy Subsemimodules over Semirings.- Fuzzy k-Ideals of Semirings.- Fuzzy Quasi-ideals and Fuzzy Bi-ideals in Semirings.- (?,? ?q)-Fuzzy Ideals in Semirings.- (?,??q)-Fuzzy Ideals in Semirings.- Fuzzy Ideals with Thresholds.- On fuzzy LD-bigroupoids.- Semiring Parsing.- Coverings and Decompositions of Semiring-Weighted Finite Transition Systems.

Editorial Reviews

From the book reviews:"The book can be very useful for researchers who need a complete book about fuzzy linguistics, which has many important applications in the fields of natural language processing, image processing and many other areas of artificial intelligence. . the book provides a good background for engineers who work in computer science and artificial intelligence." (Szymon Frankowski, Mathematical Reviews, March, 2015)