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In this paper, a foundational theory for formal fuzzy mathematics, called '''FCT''' or '''[[Fuzzy Class Theory]]''', has been introduced.
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Although the theory was in this paper developed over the logic [[The LP and LP1/2 logics : two complete fuzzy systems joining Lukasiewicz and Product Logics|LPi]], it can obviously be constructed over any [[On the difference between traditional and deductive fuzzy logic|deductive fuzzy logic]].
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[[Category:FCT publications]]

Latest revision as of 09:07, 30 June 2009

Authors:
Libor Běhounek
Petr Cintula
Title: Fuzzy class theory
Journal: Fuzzy Sets and Systems
Volume 154
Number 1
Pages: 34-55
Year: 2005
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In this paper, a foundational theory for formal fuzzy mathematics, called FCT or Fuzzy Class Theory, has been introduced.

Although the theory was in this paper developed over the logic LPi, it can obviously be constructed over any deductive fuzzy logic.