"The book is very well written and constitutes a valuable addition to the literature on t-norms and, in general fuzzy reasoning. It presents almost all of the most important developments of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic by focusing on the central concept of triangular norm. It is divided into two parts and an appendix, which gives a summary of the existing families of t-norms."
(Mathematical Reviews, 2002a)
This book discusses the theory of triangular norms and surveys several applied fields in which triangular norms play a significant part: probabilistic metric spaces, aggregation operators, many-valued logics, fuzzy logics, sets and control, and non-additive measures together with their corresponding integrals. It includes many graphical illustrations and gives a well-balanced picture of theory and applications. It is for mathematicians, computer scientists, applied computer scientists and engineers.
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