Set Theory and Logic

   

Some Preliminary Notes on Extending the Interval of Fuzzy Logic

Authors: A.D Albert

Traditionally Fuzzy Logic is defined in the unit interval of [0,1]. These notes explore what will happen if this interval was larger than the unit interval (where normalization of truth values will violate the definition of a particular fuzzy set). These notes also derive suitable logical operators applicable to this extended interval utilizing first principles.

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