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InterCriteria Analysis of Data Obtained from University Students Practicing Sports Activities

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Advances and New Developments in Fuzzy Logic and Technology (IWIFSGN 2019 2019)

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Intellectual qualities of the university students are important factors for the successful participation in different academic activities. In view of this it is important to evaluate the initial level of intellectual development by applying a group of specific tests. In this paper we propose the application of the approach of InterCriteria Analysis to data of intellectual status parameters, obtained from university students practicing sports activities in order to evaluate the appropriateness of the used tests.

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The first author is grateful for the support provided under Grant No. KP-06- N-22/1/2018 “Theoretical research and applications of InterCriteria Analysis”.

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Ribagin, S., Stavrev, S. (2021). InterCriteria Analysis of Data Obtained from University Students Practicing Sports Activities. In: Atanassov, K.T., et al. Advances and New Developments in Fuzzy Logic and Technology. IWIFSGN 2019 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1308. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-77716-6_21

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