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Welcome to the page of the working group on [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic]], the '''MathFuzzLog''', founded in September 2007. Its aims are to conduct and promote the research in [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic|'''Mathematical Fuzzy Logic''']] understood as a bunch of  
 
Welcome to the page of the working group on [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic]], the '''MathFuzzLog''', founded in September 2007. Its aims are to conduct and promote the research in [[Mathematical Fuzzy Logic|'''Mathematical Fuzzy Logic''']] understood as a bunch of  
''formal systems of non-classical logics'' as established in the last decade after [[Petr Hájek|Hájek]]'s
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''formal systems of non-classical logics'' as established after [[Petr Hájek|Hájek]]'s
 
monograph, [[Metamathematics of Fuzzy Logic]].
 
monograph, [[Metamathematics of Fuzzy Logic]].
  

Revision as of 17:49, 27 October 2012

Welcome to the page of the working group on Mathematical Fuzzy Logic, the MathFuzzLog, founded in September 2007. Its aims are to conduct and promote the research in Mathematical Fuzzy Logic understood as a bunch of formal systems of non-classical logics as established after Hájek's monograph, Metamathematics of Fuzzy Logic.

MathFuzzLog is a working group of EUSFLAT (European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology). All members of the group are encouraged to become also members of EUSFLAT.

Coordinators

This official page of the MathFuzzLog is intended to be written collaboratively by the members of the group, in the style of Wikipedia. We expect to obtain a useful site for all researchers in Mathematical Fuzzy Logic around the world, with relevant information about the topics under the scope of the group, the main publications, information about the researchers and their institutions and activities, etc. Therefore all members are kindly encouraged to edit the entries and add new ones following our guidelines.

Web administrator

New reference books

  • P. Cintula, P. Hájek and C. Noguera (eds). Handbook of Mathematical Fuzzy Logic, Studies in Logic, Mathematical Logic and Foundations, vol. 37 and 38, College Publications, London, 2011.

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