General Mathematics


Terminological Difficulties in Fuzzy Set Theory—The Case of “Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets”

Authors: Didier Dubois, Siegfried Gottwald, Petr Hajek, Janusz Kacprzyk, Henri Prade

This note points out a terminological clash between Atanassov’s “intuitionistic fuzzy sets” and what is currently understood as intuitionistic logic. They differ both by their motivations and their underlying mathematical structure.

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