A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms

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A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms. / Shi, Yun; Van Gasse, Bart; Ruan, Da; Kerre, Etienne; Kabak, Özgür (Peer reviewer).

Intelligent Decision Making Systems. Vol. 1 Singapore, Singapore, 2009. p. 52-57 (Computer Engineering and Information Science; No. 2).

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Shi, Y, Van Gasse, B, Ruan, D, Kerre, E & Kabak, Ö 2009, A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms. in Intelligent Decision Making Systems. vol. 1, Computer Engineering and Information Science, no. 2, Singapore, Singapore, pp. 52-57, The 4th Int. ISKE Conference on Intelligent Decision Making Systems, Hasselt, Belgium, 2009-11-27.

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Shi, Y., Van Gasse, B., Ruan, D., Kerre, E., & Kabak, Ö. (2009). A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms. In Intelligent Decision Making Systems (Vol. 1, pp. 52-57). (Computer Engineering and Information Science; No. 2). Singapore, Singapore.

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Shi Y, Van Gasse B, Ruan D, Kerre E, Kabak Ö. A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms. In Intelligent Decision Making Systems. Vol. 1. Singapore, Singapore. 2009. p. 52-57. (Computer Engineering and Information Science; 2).

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Shi, Yun ; Van Gasse, Bart ; Ruan, Da ; Kerre, Etienne ; Kabak, Özgür. / A thorough study of interrelationship in fuzzy implication axioms. Intelligent Decision Making Systems. Vol. 1 Singapore, Singapore, 2009. pp. 52-57 (Computer Engineering and Information Science; 2).

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