"...The seven volume handbook makes a major contribution to the advancement of fuzzy logic, thereby enlarging its impact on the basic and applied sciences and providing new and powerfull tools for the conception and design of systems with a much higher MIQ (Machine IQ) than those we have today.
Publication of the Handbook of Fuzzy Sets is an achievement whose importance cannot be exaggerated. The principal Editors, the volume editors, the contributors and the publisher deserve our applause and appreciation."
Lotfi A. Zadeh, University of California, Berkeley, USA.
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