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By Prof. Dr. Dimiter Driankov, Dr. Hans Hellendoorn, Dr. Michael Reinfrank (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3642082343

ISBN-13: 9783642082344

ISBN-10: 3662032848

ISBN-13: 9783662032848

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Furthermore, a conditional probability, denoted as P(E I E'), defines a probability of an event E given that we are told that the event E' has occurred. In our example, P(E I 3) = 1, since we know that 3 is an element of the subset U that defines the event E, and if 3 has occurred then, according to our definition of an event, this means that E has occurred as well. Then one can say that probability theory is concerned with setting up rules for manipulating these probabilities and for calculating the probabilities of more complex events within a certain system of axioms.

That is the reason why we have introduced them here. 4 FUzzy Sets In fuzzy set theory, 'normal' sets are called crisp sets, in order to distinguish them from fuzzy sets. Let C be a crisp set defined on the universe U, then for any element u of U, either u E C or u tj. C. 1 Introduction: Fuzzy Sets 45 is generalized, therefore in a fuzzy set F, it is not necessary that either u E F or u ¢ F. In the last few years there have been many theories that presented a generalization of the membership property, 2 but fuzzy set theory seems to be the most intuitive among them.

To any model there are two dimensions [122]: resolution and abstraction. The former represents the level of detail to which a model is employed and the latter determines the atomic primitives upon which the model is built. A shift between abstraction levels is usually accompanied by a change in the level of resolution. , the knowledge (model) representation formalism. In the analytic design of closed-loop control, the atomic primitive upon which a model is built is the continuous (or discrete) real valued function.

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