UPDATE  = { 2002-12-12 },
  IS = { zkontrolovano 12 Dec 2002 },
  author =      {Navara, Mirko and Ol{\v s}{\'a}k, Petr},
  language =    {Czech},
  title =       {Z{\'a}klady fuzzy mno{\v z}in},
  e_title =     {Basics of Fuzzy Sets},
  year =        {2002},
  month =       {September},
  pages =       {136},
  figures =     {55},
  appendices =  {0},
  publisher =   {CTU},
  address =     {Prague, Czech Republic},
  isbn =        {80-01-02585-3},
  edition =     {1},
  authorship =  {50-50},
  annote =      {This textbook should give mathematically correct and 
concise information about fuzzy sets and their properties. It is not 
intended as a substitute of specialized courses in fuzzy control, fuzzy 
modelling, or fuzzy logic, but it builds up a foundation for their study. 
The basic notions are presented with emphasis on the representation 
of fuzzy sets by cuts. Fuzzy propositional and set operations are 
studied in detail (including a brief summary of aggregation operators). 
Then specific constructions with fuzzy sets are introduced, as well as 
properties of fuzzy relations and operations with fuzzy numbers. One 
chapter is devoted to basic notions and ideas of fuzzy propositional 
logic. The principles of fuzzy control are summarized and areas of 
applications are outlined. Emphasis is put on a mathematically correct 
presentation with exercises (both solved and unsolved), with brief 
historical remarks. 
The primary purpose of the textbook is to facilitate education in fuzzy 
sets in undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is also intended 
as a handbook for a wide range of users of fuzzy techniques and 
readers concerned in this modern field. The only prerequisities are 
basic courses of mathematical logic and calculus at a level of the first 
course of a technical university. },
  keywords =    {fuzzy set, fuzzy logic, many-valued logic},
  type = {university scriptum},
  importance =  {1},
  project =     {MSM 212300013, GACR 201/02/1540, CEEPUS SK-042},
  www         = {Web support},