Publication detail

A class of implications related to Yager's f-implications

HLINĚNÁ, D. KALINA, M. KRÁĽ, P.

Original Title

A class of implications related to Yager's f-implications

Czech Title

A class of implications related to Yager's f-implications

English Title

A class of implications related to Yager's f-implications

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the paper we introduce a new class of implications generated by two fuzzy negations and a uninorm. These implications are generalizations of the formula from the classical logic and further we generalize the f-generated fuzzy implications introduced by Yager. We study basic properties of the newly proposed implications as well as properties of their transformations.

Czech abstract

In the paper we introduce a new class of implications generated by two fuzzy negations and a uninorm. These implications are generalizations of the formula from the classical logic and further we generalize the f-generated fuzzy implications introduced by Yager. We study basic properties of the newly proposed implications as well as properties of their transformations.

English abstract

In the paper we introduce a new class of implications generated by two fuzzy negations and a uninorm. These implications are generalizations of the formula from the classical logic and further we generalize the f-generated fuzzy implications introduced by Yager. We study basic properties of the newly proposed implications as well as properties of their transformations.

Keywords

Fuzzy implication, Fuzzy negation, Generated implication,T-norm, Uninorm

RIV year

2014

Released

01.03.2014

Location

Holandsko

Pages from

171

Pages to

184

Pages count

14

BibTex


@article{BUT104676,
  author="Dana {Hliněná} and Martin {Kalina} and Pavol {Kráľ}",
  title="A class of implications related to Yager's f-implications",
  annote="In the paper we introduce a new class of implications generated by two fuzzy negations and a uninorm. These implications are generalizations of the formula  from the classical logic and further we generalize the f-generated fuzzy implications introduced by Yager. We study basic properties of the newly proposed implications as well as properties of their transformations.",
  chapter="104676",
  number="260",
  volume="2014",
  year="2014",
  month="march",
  pages="171--184",
  type="journal article"
}