@INPROCEEDINGS{ButNavVet:Linz05,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 02 Jan 2006 },
  UPDATE  = { 2005-12-14 },
       AUTHOR = {Dan Butnariu and Mirko Navara and Thomas Vetterlein},
        TITLE = {Linear space of fuzzy vectors},
       EDITOR = {Siegfried Gottwald and Petr H\'{a}jek and Ulrich H\"{o}hle and Erich Peter Klement},
    BOOKTITLE = {Fuzzy Logics and Related Structures},
    PUBLISHER = {Johannes Kepler University},
      ADDRESS = {Linz, Austria},
         YEAR = {2005},
        MONTH = {February},
  day =         {1--5},
        PAGES = {23--26},
  isbn =        {none},
  book_pages =  {109},
  venue =       {Linz, Austria},
  importance =  {1},
  authorship =  {34-33-33},
  keywords =    {convex set, support function, Steiner point, 
                 convex fuzzy set, fuzzy vector, defuzzification, 
                 image processing, biomedical imaging,
                 magnetic resonance, computer tomography},
  annote = {We present several possible representations of fuzzy
    vectors motivated by the aim to make the operations with them
    practically computable. Further, we study the possibility of
    finding one point representing a fuzzy vector in such a way that
    the algebraic operations are preserved. This should generalize the
    notion of Steiner centroid known for crisp convex
    sets. Surprisingly, it is difficult to obtain uniqueness in the
    fuzzified approach.},
  project =     {MSM6840770012},
  psurl =       {[PDF]},
}