Issue:Resolution of composite intuitionistic fuzzy relational equations

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Title of paper: Resolution of composite intuitionistic fuzzy relational equations
Author(s):
Ketty Peeva
Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Technical University of Sofia, Sofia 1000, P.O.Box 384
Published in: "Notes on IFS", Volume 6 (2000) Number 1, pages 15—24
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Abstract: We consider intuitionistic fuzzy relations and their compositions. Attention is paid on the resolution problem for various composite fuzzy relational equations. Analytic expression for the extreme solution is given. The relationship with matrices is studied.
Keywords: Intuitionistic fuzzy relations
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