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An Ontological and Epistemological Perspective of Fuzzy Set Theory by I. Burhan Türksen

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Chapter 7

EQUIVALENCES IN TWO-VALUED LOGIC

Two-valued logic (verification) schema can be constructed either on the two-valued set descriptions or on the fuzzy-valued set descriptions. That is we have

(a) {D{0,1}, V{0,1}} (Berztiss, 1971; Copy, 1982), or

(b) {D[0,1], V{0,1} (Türkimageen) 1986)

as indicated before in Section 2.2. There are a set of equivalences that exits in two-valued set and logic theory which break down in fuzzy-valued set and two-valued logic theory. Next, we treat each one separately.

7.1 Two-Valued Set(Description) and Two-Valued Logic(Verification)

Let us review two-valued set and logic formulas for the combination of two linguistic ...

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