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Title of paper: A method and electronic circuit for intuitionistic fuzzy inference
Author(s):
Marin Marinov
FabLess Ltd, Bulgaria
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Krassimir Atanassov
CLBME-BAS, Bulgaria
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Published in: "Notes on IFS", Volume 11 (2005), Number 1, pages 28-32
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Abstract: The present paper concerns a method and electronic circuit for intuitionistic fuzzy inference implementation, which could be utilized in knowledge processing systems, such as expert, decision support, image recognition and other systems.
Keywords: Inference, Intuitionistic fuzzy inference, Intuitionistic fuzzy set
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  4. K. Atanassov, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets. Springer Physica-Verlag, Berlin, 1999.
  5. K. Atanassov, M. Marinov, Z. Zlatev. An attempt to build an intuitionistic fuzzy Prolog machine. Notes on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets, Vol. 10 (2004), No. 1, 27-36.
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