@TechReport{Navara:Prof, IS = { zkontrolovano 05 Jan 2006 }, UPDATE = { 2005-12-14 }, author = {Mirko Navara}, title = {Probability Theory on Quantum and Fuzzy Logics}, number = {6}, year = {2005}, month = {May}, type = {Professorial Lecture}, institution = {Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic}, publisher = {Czech Technical University}, address = {Prague, Czech Republic}, pages = {32}, figures = {7}, appendices = {1}, isbn = {80-01-03247-7}, authorship = {100}, annote = {The classical probability theory was successful in many tasks and became important mainly as the basis of statistics. However, there are at least two reasons for its revision. Some systems violate the assumptions of the classical theory and require a more general probability model. This brings new mathematical problems worth attention.}, keywords = {probability measure, state, quantum logic, orthomodular lattice, Hilbert lattice, state space, observable, symmetry, hidden variables, fuzzy logic, tribe, fuzzy control, types of uncertainty}, psurl = {[PDF]}, www = {https://web.cvut.cz/rctu/51924/PP/2005/PP2005-06.pdf}, }