Real-Valued Implication as Generalized Boolean Polynomial
Real-valued implication (R-implication) is a Boolean consistent generalization of the classical binary implication. R-implication plays important roles in real-valued set (R-set) theory as a generalization of classical set theory as well as in many applications such as morphology in image processing, association rules in data mining and decision making generally.
KeywordsFuzzy Logic Boolean Function Association Rule Boolean Algebra Fuzzy Function
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