Issue:On certain interpretations of intuitionistic fuzzy defeasible reasoning

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Title of paper: On certain interpretations of intuitionistic fuzzy defeasible reasoning
Author(s):
Nikolai Nikolov
CLBME-Bulg. Academy of Sci., ad MRL, P.O.Box 12, Sofia-1113, Bulgaria
Ognian Asparoukhov
CLBME-Bulg. Academy of Sci., ad MRL, P.O.Box 12, Sofia-1113, Bulgaria
Published in: "Notes on IFS", Volume 4 (1998), Number 1, pages 23—27
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