Entropy and Syntropy in the Context of Five-Valued Logics

02/26/2015
by   Vasile Patrascu, et al.
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This paper presents a five-valued representation of bifuzzy sets. This representation is related to a five-valued logic that uses the following values: true, false, inconsistent, incomplete and ambiguous. In the framework of five-valued representation, formulae for similarity, entropy and syntropy of bifuzzy sets are constructed.

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