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fuzzy systems - Volume:14 Issue:1, 2017
  • Volume:14 Issue:1, 2017
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1395/12/15
  • تعداد عناوین: 11
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  • Hua Wu *, Xiuqin Su Pages 1-21
    Interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets (IVIFSs) are widely used to handle uncertainty and imprecision in decision making. However, in more complicated environment, it is difficult to express the uncertain information by an IVIFS with considering the decision-making preference. Hence, this paper proposes a group generalized interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy soft set (G-GIVIFSS) which contains the basic description by interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy soft set (IVIFSS) on the alternatives and a group of expert's evaluation of it. It contributes the following threefold: 1) A generalized interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy soft set (GIVIFSS) is proposed by introducing an interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy parameter, which reflects a new and senior expert's opinion on the basic description. The operations, properties and aggregation operators of GIVIFSS are discussed. 2) Based on GIVIFSS, a G-GIVIFSS is then proposed to reduce the impact of decision-making preference by introducing more parameters by a group of experts. Its important operations, properties and the weighted averaging operator are also defined. 3) A multi-attribute group decision making model based on G-GIVIFSS weighted averaging operator is built to solve the group decision making problems in the more universal IVIF environment, and two practical examples are taken to validate the efficiency and effectiveness of the proposed model.
    Keywords: Group decision making, Interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy set, Generalized interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy soft set, Soft set
  • M. R. Shahriari * Pages 23-41
    The current study set to extend a new VIKOR method as a compromise ranking approach to solve multiple criteria decision-making (MCDM) problems through intuitionistic fuzzy analysis. Using compromise method in MCDM problems contributes to the selection of an alternative as close as possible to the positive ideal solution and far away from the negative ideal solution, concurrently. Using Atanassov intuitionistic fuzzy sets (A-IFSs) may simultaneously express the degree of membership and non-membership to decision makers (DMs) to describe uncertain situations in decision-making problems. The proposed intuitionistic fuzzy VIKOR indicates the degree of satisfaction and dissatisfaction of each alternative with respect to each criterion and the relative importance of each criterion, respectively, by degrees of membership and non-membership. Thus, the ratings for the importance of criteria, DMs, and alternatives are in linguistic variables and expressed in intuitionistic fuzzy numbers. Using IFS aggregation operators and with respect to subjective judgment and objective information, the most suitable alternative is indicated among potential alternatives. Moreover, practical examples illustrate the procedure of the proposed method.
    Keywords: Multiple criteria decision making (MCDM), Decision makers (DMs), Atanassov intuitionistic fuzzy sets (A-IFSs), Intuitionistic fuzzy numbers
  • Maryam Abaszade, Sohrab Effati * Pages 43-60
    Support Vector Regression (SVR) solves regression problems based on the concept of Support Vector Machine (SVM). In this paper, a new model of SVR with probabilistic constraints is proposed that any of output data and bias are considered the random variables with uniform probability functions. Using the new proposed method, the optimal hyperplane regression can be obtained by solving a quadratic optimization problem. The proposed method is illustrated by several simulated data and real data sets for both models (linearand nonlinear) with probabilistic constraints.
    Keywords: Probabilistic constraints, Support Vector Machine, Support Vector Regression, Quadratic programming, Probability function, Monte Carlo simulation
  • Ibrahim Canak, Umit Totur *, Zerrin Onder Pages 61-75
    In this paper, we determine necessary and sufficient Tauberian conditions under which convergence in Pringsheim's sense of a double sequence of fuzzy numbers follows from its $(C,1,1)$ summability. These conditions are satisfied if the double sequence of fuzzy numbers is slowly oscillating in different senses. We also construct some interesting double sequences of fuzzy numbers.
    Keywords: Fuzzy numbers, Double sequences, Slow oscillation, Summability $(C, 1, 1)$, Tauberian theorems
  • R. Ameri *, R. Mahjoob Pages 77-87
    Let $R$ be a commutative ring with identity and $M$ be an $R$-module. Let $FSpec(M)$ denotes the collection of all prime fuzzy submodules of $M$. In this regards some basic properties of Zariski topology on $FSpec(M)$ are investigated. In particular, we prove some equivalent conditions for irreducible subsets of this topological space and it is shown under certain conditions $FSpec(M)$ is a $T_0-$space or Hausdorff.
    Keywords: Fuzzy prime submodule, Fuzzy prime spectrum, Zariski topology, Irreducible subset
  • M. Rahimi * Pages 89-97
    In this paper, a local approach to the concept of Hudetz $g$-entropy is presented. The introduced concept is stated in terms of Hudetz $g$-entropy. This representation is based on the concept of $g$-ergodic decomposition which is a result of the Choquet's representation Theorem for compact convex metrizable subsets of locally convex spaces.
    Keywords: $g$-entropy, $g$-ergodic decomposision, Hudetz correction
  • Kourosh Nourouzi *, Alireza Pourmoslemi Pages 99-113
    In this paper, we introduce the probabilistic normed groups. Among other results, we investigate the continuity of inner automorphisms of a group and the continuity of left and right shifts in probabilistic group-norm. We also study midconvex functions defined on probabilistic normed groups and give some results about locally boundedness of such functions.
    Keywords: Probabilistic normed groups, Invariant probabilistic metrics, Distributional-slowly varying functions, Midconvex functions
  • Yuan Wang, Keming Tang, Zhudeng Wang* Pages 115-130
    In this paper, we firstly show that the $N$-dual operation of the right residual implication, which is induced by a left-conjunctive right arbitrary $\vee$-distributive left semi-uninorm, is the right residual coimplication induced by its $N$-dual operation. As a dual result, the $N$-dual operation of the right residual coimplication, which is induced by a left-disjunctive right arbitrary $\wedge$-distributive left semi-uninorm, is the right residual implication induced by its $N$-dual operation. Then, we demonstrate that the $N$-dual operations of the left semi-uninorms induced by an implication and a coimplication, which satisfy the neutrality principle, are the left semi-uninorms. Finally, we reveal the relationships between conjunctive right arbitrary $\vee$-distributive left semi-uninorms induced by implications and disjunctive right arbitrary $\wedge$-distributive left semi-uninorms induced by coimplications, where both implications and coimplications satisfy the neutrality principle.
    Keywords: Fuzzy connective, Implication, Coimplication, Left semi-uninorm, Neutrality principle
  • Xiaonan Li *, Huangjian Yi Pages 131-144
    Matroids are important combinatorial structures and connect close-ly with graphs. Matroids and graphs were all generalized to fuzzy setting respectively. This paper tries to study connections between fuzzy matroids and fuzzy graphs. For a given fuzzy graph, we first induce a sequence of matroids from a sequence of crisp graph, i.e., cuts of the fuzzy graph. A fuzzy matroid, named graph fuzzy matroid, is then constructed by using the sequence of matroids. An equivalent description of graphic fuzzy matroids is given and their properties of fuzzy bases and fuzzy circuits are studied.
    Keywords: Fuzzy graph, Partial fuzzy subgraph, Cycle, Fuzzy matroid
  • Zhen Yu Xiu *, Fu Gui Shi Pages 145-162
    In this paper, we introduce the notion of $M$-fuzzifying interval spaces, and discuss the relationship between $M$-fuzzifying interval spaces and $M$-fuzzifying convex structures.
    It is proved that the category {\bf MYCSA2} can be embedded in the category {\bf MYIS} as a reflective subcategory, where {\bf MYCSA2} and {\bf MYIS} denote the category of $M$-fuzzifying convex structures of $M$-fuzzifying arity $\leq 2$ and the category of $M$-fuzzifying interval spaces, respectively.
    Under the framework of $M$-fuzzifying interval spaces, subspaces and product spaces are presented and some of their fundamental properties are obtained.
    Keywords: $M$-fuzzifying interval spaces, $M$-fuzzifying convex structures, $M$-fuzzifying interval preserving functions, Subspaces, Product spaces
  • Isaac K. Appiah, B. B. Makamba * Pages 163-181
    In this paper we classify fuzzy subgroups of a rank-3 abelian group $G = \mathbb{Z}_{p^n} \mathbb{Z}_p \mathbb{Z}_p$ for any fixed prime $p$ and any positive integer $n$, using a natural equivalence relation given in \cite{mur:01}. We present and prove explicit polynomial formulae for the number of (i) subgroups, (ii) maximal chains of subgroups, (iii) distinct fuzzy subgroups, (iv) non-isomorphic maximal chains of subgroups and (v) classes of isomorphic fuzzy subgroups of $G$. Illustrative examples are provided.
    Keywords: Equivalence, Fuzzy subgroup, Maximal chain, Keychain, Distinguishing factor, Isomorphism