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From experiments it is well known that the vibration response of a main structure with many attached substructures often shows more damping than structural losses in the components can account for. In practice, these substructures, which are not attached in an entirely rigid manner, behave like a multitude of different sprung masses each strongly resisting any motion of the main structure ͑master͒ at their base antiresonance. The "theory of structural fuzzy" is intended for modeling such highdoi:10.1121/1.2823498 pmid:18247876 fatcat:4upcyv2yivdmlponpe6iujhok4