Theory and Application of Fuzzy Numbers: A Tribute to Professor Witold Kosi?ski
This open access book offers comprehensive coverage on Ordered Fuzzy Numbers, providing readers with both the basic information and the necessary expertise to use them in a variety of real-world applications. The respective chapters, written by leading researchers, discuss the main techniques and applications, together with the advantages and shortcomings of these tools in comparison to other fuzzy number representation models.
Primarily intended for engineers and researchers in the field of fuzzy arithmetic, the book also offers a valuable source of basic information on fuzzy models and an easy-to-understand reference guide to their applications for advanced undergraduate students, operations researchers, modelers and managers alike.
Professor Witold Kosi?ski, Polish mathematician and computer scientist, specialist in the fields of mathematical theory of continuous media and various methods of artificial intelligence with particular focus on fuzzy logic, conducted creative and very intense research activities for more than 40 years, combining research with broad international cooperation and regular teaching.
- Part I Background of Fuzzy Set Theory
- Part II Theory of Ordered Fuzzy Numbers
- Part III Examples of Applications