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Is it possible the agreement between Bayesian Theory and Fuzzy Sets?



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Montero, Javier and Mendel, M. (1997) Is it possible the agreement between Bayesian Theory and Fuzzy Sets? In IFSA '97 : Seventh International Fuzzy Systems Association World Congress : proceedings : June 25-29, 1997, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic. Academia,, Prague, pp. 19-24. ISBN 80-200-0633-8

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Everybody in the fuzzy field knows about the controversy between Prob-ability and Fuzziness. Some articles are still published from time to time, dicusssing conceptual diiferences and showing comparative analyses or collaborative approaches. In this paper we point out what we think is the main issue, sometimes made obscure because of accompanying complains: a pure Bayesian does not accept the idea of modeling other thing different than acts, which are always crisp. Key words: Fuzzy Sets Theory, Decision

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International Fuzzy Systems Association. World Congress (7º. 1997. Praga)

Subjects:Sciences > Mathematics > Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
ID Code:29191
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