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

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Chapter 8

FUZZY-VALUED SET AND TWO-VALUED LOGIC

In order to develop this theory and its canonical forms which are called Fuzzy Disjunctive and Fuzzy Conjunctive Canonical Forms, FDCF and FCCF, respectively, one must ask two related questions: (i) whether or not “Fuzzy Truth Tables” can be constructed, and if so (ii) can one derive the canonical, (normal), forms, i.e., FDCF and FCCF, from such tables?

These two questions were answered in the affirmative manner in Türkimageen (1994, 1999) and later treated from two different unique perspectives in Türken, et al (1998, 1999). Various investigations attempted to show the impact of these FDCF and FCCF in ...

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