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Title: Fuzzy systems and applications in innovation and sustainability
Author: León-Castro, Ernesto
Blanco Mesa, Fabio Raúl
Alfaro-García, Víctor G.
Gil Lafuente, Anna Maria
Merigó Lindahl, José M.
Keywords: Conjunts borrosos
Gestió de la innovació
Desenvolupament sostenible
Fuzzy sets
Innovation management
Sustainable development
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Publisher: IOS Press
Abstract: One of the main characteristics of humankind is the ability to interpret via natural language incomplete, imprecise, vague, subjective, fragmentary, or scarce information i.e. information in uncertainty and transform it to actions, reason and decision-making [9]. Fuzzy sets theory firstly introduced the treatment of such concepts in 1965 with the foremost influential paper "Fuzzy Sets" [29]. The groundbreaking standpoint of fuzzy systems allows the treatment of uncertain information with the utilization of a strict mathematical framework [8]. Ever since the publication of the pivotal paper from Zadeh, a plethora of contributions have shaped the fuzzy sets theory scope and applications, from developments in engineering, mathematics, computer, decision, life, physical, health, social sciences and humanities [17 (...)
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It is part of: Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, 2021, vol. 40, num. 2, p. 1723-1726
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ISSN: 1064-1246
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