Fuzzy Logic in Narrow Sense with Hedges

Van-Hung Le
2016 International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology (IJCSIT)  
Classical logic has a serious limitation in that it cannot cope with the issues of vagueness and uncertainty into which fall most modes of human reasoning. In order to provide a foundation for human knowledge representation and reasoning in the presence of vagueness, imprecision, and uncertainty, fuzzy logic should have the ability to deal with linguistic hedges, which play a very important role in the modification of fuzzy predicates. In this paper, we extend fuzzy logic in narrow sense with
more » ... aded syntax, introduced by Novak et al., with many hedge connectives. In one case, each hedge does not have any dual one. In the other case, each hedge can have its own dual one. The resulting logics are shown to also have the Pavelka-style completeness
doi:10.5121/ijcsit.2016.8310 fatcat:6uua7l4yyjhqbakaokg65wovdm