Fuzzy Szpilrajn Theorem through Indicators

Irina Georgescu


In this paper there are studied some numerical indicators which measure the degree to which a fuzzy relation verifies some properties (reflexivity, transitivity, etc. ).The main result is a fuzzy generalization of the Szpilrajn theorem in terms of such numerical indicators and is applied to any fuzzy relation.


fuzzy relation, Szpilrajn theorem, similarity

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/ijccc.2008.4.2401

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