Crisp Sets


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Crisp Sets

The fuzzy set term for traditional set theory. That is, an object either belongs to a set, or does not.

Crisp Set

A term for a mathematical model that does not use fuzzy logic. Fuzzy logic is a mathematical or computer program that attempts to approximate the ambiguity inherent to human reasoning. Thus, a crisp set is any program that organizes data into neat categories where each data point can belong to one, and only one, category.
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Due to the problems that the article was in relation to crisp sets, to overcome these problems, crisp data should be defined as a fuzzy, so as not to lose any data.
Therefore, 0 [less than or equal to] [alpha]D [less than or equal to] 1, if [alpha]D(X) = 1, X it is a definable set regarding the attributes B, that is, X is crisp set.
These zones are given exactly in the shape of crisp sets, but the actual values of probabilistic information in the given zones remain uncertain.
In the case of probabilistic information, a crisp set of events or values is given and the probabilistic measure in that is set.
A fuzzy set A is defined in the crisp set U as a set of ordered pairs A = <(w,[[mu].
A] of a crisp set A maps the elements of X to the elements of the set {0,1}, i.
In his formulation, each player's strategy set is a crisp set, but players have imprecise knowledge about the payoffs.
Matthess was a key factor, with her crisp sets and intelligent decision-making.