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Acronym | Name | Definition |
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FS | Fuzzy Set | A FS (or type-1 fuzzy set) A on X is a mapping A : X → [0, 1], with A(x) the membership degree of the element x of the fuzzy set A. It can also be defined as A = {(x, μ_{A}(x)) | x ∈ X} where μ_{A}(x) : X → [0, 1]. |
T2FS | Type-2 Fuzzy Set | Is a FS for which the membership degrees are expressed as FS on [0, 1]. |
TnFS | Type-n Fuzzy Set | Is a FS whose membership values are type-(n-1) fuzzy sets. |
AIFS | Atanassov Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set | An AIFS A on X is a mapping A : X → D([0, 1]) = {(x, y) ∈ [0, 1]^{2} | x + y ≤ 1}. A(x) = (μ_{A}(x), ν_{A}(x)) for all x ∈ X. μ_{A}(x) is the membership degree of the element x to A and ν_{A}(x) is the non-membership degree. Both values should satisfy the constraint 0 ≤ μ_{A}(x) + ν_{A}(x) ≤ 1. |
BVFSL | Bipolar-Valued Fuzzy Set of Lee | A BVFSL on X is a mapping A : X → [−1, 1]. A bipolar scale is considered, with negative values held to be opposite to positive ones. |
BVFSZ | Bipolar-Valued Fuzzy Set of Zhang | A BVFSZ on X is a mapping A : X → [0, 1] × [−1, 0]. A(x) = (ρ^{+}(x), ρ^{−}(x)) where ρ^{+}: X → [0, 1], ρ^{−} : X → [−1, 0] and ρ^{+}(x) + ρ^{−}(x) ∈ [−1, 1]. BVFSZ involves two poles on two different scales. BVFSL is a particular case of BVFSZ |
CFS | Complex Fuzzy Set | A on the universe X is a mapping A : X → D where D = {re^{is} | r, s ∈ [0, 1] and i = √ − 1}. That is, the membership function of a CFS A takes its values from the unit disk on the complex plane. Therefore, FS is a particular case of CFS. |
FRS | Fuzzy Rough Set |
In a universe X, and if R is a fuzzy similarity relation on X, let A ∈ FS(X). A fuzzy rough set on X is a pair (R ↓ A, R ↑ A) ∈ FS(X) × FS(X) where: • R ↓ A : X → [0, 1] is given by R ↓ A(x) = inf_{u ∈ X} max (1 − R(u, x), A(u)). • R ↑ A : X → [0, 1] is given by R ↑ A(x) = sup_{u ∈ X} min (R(u, x), A(u)). |
FSS | Fuzzy Soft Set | A pair (F, A) is a FSS over X, where F is a mapping given by F : A → FS(X), where FS(X) denotes the set of all fuzzy subsets of X and A is a set of parameters. |
GS | Grey Set | Defined in the same way as IVFS |
HFS | Hesitant Fuzzy Set | This is a function that when applied to X returns a subset of [0, 1]. |
THFS | Typical Hesitant Fuzzy Set | This is a HFS where the membership degree of each of the elements is given by a finite and non-empty subset of [0, 1]. |
IT2FS | Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Set | When all μ_{A}(x, u) = 1, then A is an IT2FS corresponding to A(x) = {(u, 1)| u ∈ Jx ⊆ [0, 1]} for every x ∈ X. |
IVAIFS | Interval-Valued Atanassov Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set | If A on X is a mapping \( A:X\to LL\left(\left[0,1\right]\right)=\left\{\left(\left[\underset{\_}{\mu },\overline{\mu}\right],\left[\underset{\_}{\nu },\overline{\nu},\Big\}\right]\right)|\left[\underset{\_}{\mu },\overline{\mu}\right],\left[\underset{\_}{\nu },\overline{\nu},\right]\in L\left(\left[0,1\right]\right)\ such\ that\ \overline{\mu}+\overline{\nu}\le 1\right\} \). Where L([0, 1]) denotes the set of all closed subintervals of the unit interval. |
IVFS | Interval-Valued Fuzzy Set | If L([0, 1]) is the set of all closed subintervals of [0, 1], i.e., \( L\left(\left[0,1\right]\right)=\left\{\left[\underset{\_}{x},\overline{x}\right]|\left(\underset{\_}{x},\overline{x}\right)\in {\left[0,1\right]}^2\ \mathrm{and}\ \underset{\_}{x}\le \overline{x}\right\} \). An IVFS A on X is a mapping A : X → L([0, 1]). |
mPVFS | m-Polar-Valued Fuzzy Set | If m ≥ 2. An mPVFS on X is a mapping A : X → {1, …, m} × [0, 1] |
NS | Neutrosophic Set | A NS A on X is a mapping A : X → [0, 1]^{2}. |
PFS | Pythagorean Fuzzy Set | A PFS A on X is a mapping A : X → {(x, y) ∈ [0, 1]^{2} | x_{2} + y_{2} ≤ 1}. |
SVFS | Set-Valued Fuzzy Set | This is a FS for which membership degrees are expressed as subsets on [0, 1]. It can also be defined as A on X as a mapping A : X → 2^{[0, 1]}\{∅}, where 2^{[0, 1]} is the power set of [0, 1], that is, the set of all subsets of [0, 1]. |
SS | Shadow Set | Given A ∈ FS(X), a shadow set B induced by A is an IVFS on X such that the membership degree of an element x ∈ X is either [0, 0], [1, 1] or [0, 1]; |
VS | Vague Set | Introduced by Gau and Buehrer in 1993. In 1994, it was shown to be the same as AIFS. |