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Inverted Fuzzy Implications in Backward Reasoning

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Inverted Fuzzy Implications in Backward Reasoning
One of the most popular methods of knowledge representation are the fuzzy rules. One of the ways of representation of fuzzy rules is the functional representation. From over eight decades a number of different fuzzy implications have been described, e.g. [5]-[9]. This leads to the following question: how to choose the proper function among basic fuzzy implications. This paper is a continuation of study [15], where we proposed a new method for choosing implications in backward reasoning. Here we presented a way of simplify the analysis by skipping Yager fuzzy implication. Key words: fuzzy logic, fuzzy implications, inverted fuzzy implications, backward reasoning
Zbigniew Suraj, Agnieszka Lasek
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Year 2015
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Authors Zbigniew Suraj, Agnieszka Lasek
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