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Interval-Valued Fuzzy Propositions. An Application to the L-Fuzzy Contexts with Absent Values
European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology
In order to obtain the information from an L-Fuzzy context, the complete relation between the objects and the attributes is needed. However, the contexts that model many situations have absent values. To solve this problem, at the beginning of the paper we remind the interval-valued linguistic variable definition and, later, we propose an extension of the fuzzy propositions to the interval-valued case. In the second part, we apply these ideas to the problem of replacement of the absent valuesdblp:conf/eusflat/AlcaldeBF09 fatcat:serme6wffvbbdc3xhknwtwgwke