TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:624006 ID - pug01:624006 LA - eng TI - Characterizations of (weakly) Archimedean t-norms in interval-valued fuzzy set theory PY - 2009 JO - (2009) 4th International Summer School on Aggregation Operators SN - 0165-0114 PB - ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV AU - Deschrijver, Glad UGent 001995006575 801001452431 AB - In this paper we ﬁrst give characterizations of the class of continuous t-norms on L^I (where L^I is the lattice of closed subintervals of the unit interval) which satisfy the residuation principle and which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which satisfy one of the following conditions: the negation generated by their residual implication is involutive; they are (weakly) Archimedean; they are (weakly) nilpotent. We fully characterize the class of continuous t-norms on L^I which satisfy the residuation principle, which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which are weakly Archimedean. We construct a separate representation for the t-norms in this class which are weakly nilpotent and for those which are not weakly nilpotent. Finally we give a characterization of the continuous t-norms on L^I which satisfy the residuation principle, which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which are strict. ER -Download RIS file
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520 | a In this paper we ﬁrst give characterizations of the class of continuous t-norms on L^I (where L^I is the lattice of closed subintervals of the unit interval) which satisfy the residuation principle and which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which satisfy one of the following conditions: the negation generated by their residual implication is involutive; they are (weakly) Archimedean; they are (weakly) nilpotent. We fully characterize the class of continuous t-norms on L^I which satisfy the residuation principle, which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which are weakly Archimedean. We construct a separate representation for the t-norms in this class which are weakly nilpotent and for those which are not weakly nilpotent. Finally we give a characterization of the continuous t-norms on L^I which satisfy the residuation principle, which are a natural extension of a t-norm on the unit interval and which are strict. | ||
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