fuzzy set theory

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In standard set theory an element either is or is not a member of a particular set. However, in some instances, for example in pattern recognition or decision making, it is not known whether or not an element is in the set. Fuzzy set theory blurs this distinction and replaces this two-valued function with a probability distribution giving the likelihood that an element is a member of a particular set.

Subjects: Mathematics.

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