Introduction to fuzzy arithmetic: Theory and applications (Van Nostrand Reinhold electrical/computer science and engineering series)
|Rating||:||4.68 (662 Votes)|
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Outstanding - a book that opens many doors. I've had this book for years, and keep coming back to it. Many books define fuzzy numbers in various ways, and hint at combining them with some kind of arithmetic. Kaufmann and Gupta actually carry out those operations. Since fuzzy addition is a kind of convolution, they also show why fuzzy subtraction do. Aaron Turner said Too many errors, not enough content. Although the intent of this text is laudable - to introduce the concepts of fuzzy arithmetic to engineers, and provide certainty in understanding through examples - the execution of the work is terrible. Only the most fundamental of the concepts is communicated with clarity, due to a general sloppiness in
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