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The Hanbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic is a series of books collecting the state of the art in the main trends of [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic]]. The first two volumes have been published in 2011 by [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/ College Publications] (volumes 37 and 38 of [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/logic/ Studies in Logic], subseries [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/logic/mlf Mathematical Logic and Foundations]), and edited by [[Petr Cintula]], [[Petr Hájek]] and [[Carles Noguera]].
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The ''Handbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic'' is a series of books collecting the state of the art in the main trends of [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic]]. The first two volumes have been published in 2011 by [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/ College Publications] (volumes 37 and 38 of [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/logic/ Studies in Logic], subseries [http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/logic/mlf Mathematical Logic and Foundations]), and edited by [[Petr Cintula]], [[Petr Hájek]] and [[Carles Noguera]].
  
[[Errata in the Handbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic|List of errata]]
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* '''[[Errata in the Handbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic|List of errata]]'''
  
 
== Volume I ==
 
== Volume I ==
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* Chapter V: Hájek's Logic BL and BL-Algebras (written by [[Manuela Busaniche]] and [[Franco Montagna]]).
 
* Chapter V: Hájek's Logic BL and BL-Algebras (written by [[Manuela Busaniche]] and [[Franco Montagna]]).
  
(it can be bought at [http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Mathematical-Fuzzy-Logic-1/dp/1848900392 Amazon])
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(It can be bought at [http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Mathematical-Fuzzy-Logic-1/dp/1848900392 Amazon])
  
 
== Volume II ==
 
== Volume II ==
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* Chapter IX: Free Algebras and Functional Representation for Fuzzy Logics (written by [[Stefano Aguzzoli]], [[Simone Bova]] and [[Brunella Gerla]]).
 
* Chapter IX: Free Algebras and Functional Representation for Fuzzy Logics (written by [[Stefano Aguzzoli]], [[Simone Bova]] and [[Brunella Gerla]]).
 
* Chapter X: Computational Complexity of Propositional Fuzzy Logics (written by [[Zuzana Haniková]]).
 
* Chapter X: Computational Complexity of Propositional Fuzzy Logics (written by [[Zuzana Haniková]]).
* [http://www.carlesnoguera.cat/files/ch11.pdf Chapter XI: Arithmetical Complexity of First-Order Fuzzy Logics] (written [[Petr Hájek]], [[Franco Montagna]] and [[Carles Noguera]]).
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* [http://www.carlesnoguera.cat/files/ch11.pdf Chapter XI: Arithmetical Complexity of First-Order Fuzzy Logics] (written by [[Petr Hájek]], [[Franco Montagna]] and [[Carles Noguera]]).
  
(it can be bought at [http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Mathematical-Fuzzy-Logic-2/dp/1848900546 Amazon])
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(It can be bought at [http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Mathematical-Fuzzy-Logic-2/dp/1848900546 Amazon])
  
 
== Volume III ==
 
== Volume III ==
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* Chapter XVI:  Fuzzy Description Logics (written by [[Fernando Bobillo]], [[Marco Cerami]], [[Francesc Esteva]], [[Àngel García-Cerdaña]], [[Rafael Peñaloza]] and [[Umberto Straccia]]).
 
* Chapter XVI:  Fuzzy Description Logics (written by [[Fernando Bobillo]], [[Marco Cerami]], [[Francesc Esteva]], [[Àngel García-Cerdaña]], [[Rafael Peñaloza]] and [[Umberto Straccia]]).
 
* Chapter XVII: States of MV-algebras (written by [[Tommaso Flaminio]] and [[Tomáš Kroupa]]).
 
* Chapter XVII: States of MV-algebras (written by [[Tommaso Flaminio]] and [[Tomáš Kroupa]]).
* Chapter XVIII: Fuzzy Logics in Theories of Vagueness (written [[Nick Smith]]).
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* Chapter XVIII: Fuzzy Logics in Theories of Vagueness (written by [[Nick Smith]]).
  
(volume in preparation edited by [[Petr Cintula]], [[Christian Fermüller]] and [[Carles Noguera]])
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(Volume in preparation edited by [[Petr Cintula]], [[Christian Fermüller]] and [[Carles Noguera]])
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Revision as of 09:24, 2 September 2014

The Handbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic is a series of books collecting the state of the art in the main trends of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic. The first two volumes have been published in 2011 by College Publications (volumes 37 and 38 of Studies in Logic, subseries Mathematical Logic and Foundations), and edited by Petr Cintula, Petr Hájek and Carles Noguera.

Volume I

(It can be bought at Amazon)

Volume II

(It can be bought at Amazon)

Volume III

(Volume in preparation edited by Petr Cintula, Christian Fermüller and Carles Noguera)