Difference between revisions of "Crisp sets"

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'''Crisp [[set]]s''' are traditional sets in [[mathematics]], called "crisp" in [[fuzzy logic]] to distinguish crisp sets from fuzzy sets.  In crisp sets, an object must either belong to a set or not belong to it.
 
'''Crisp [[set]]s''' are traditional sets in [[mathematics]], called "crisp" in [[fuzzy logic]] to distinguish crisp sets from fuzzy sets.  In crisp sets, an object must either belong to a set or not belong to it.
  
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Latest revision as of 03:51, 22 August 2010

Crisp sets are traditional sets in mathematics, called "crisp" in fuzzy logic to distinguish crisp sets from fuzzy sets. In crisp sets, an object must either belong to a set or not belong to it.