@INPROCEEDINGS{NavaraPtak:Linz04,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 31 Mar 2004 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-03-26 },
       AUTHOR = {Navara, Mirko and Pt{\' a}k, Pavel},
        TITLE = {Regular measures on tribes of fuzzy sets},
       EDITOR = {E.P. Klement and E. Pap},
    BOOKTITLE = {Mathematics of Fuzzy Systems},
    PUBLISHER = {Johannes Kepler University},
      ADDRESS = {Linz, Austria},
         YEAR = {2004},
        MONTH = {February},
  day =         {3--7},
        PAGES = {153--161},
  isbn =        {none},
  book_pages =  {216},
  venue =       {Linz, Austria},
  importance =  {1},
  authorship =  {50-50},
  keywords =    {fuzzy set, measure, tribe, triangular norm},
  annote = {The classical measure and probability theory is based on
    the notion of Sigma-algebra of subsets of a set.  Butnariu and
    Klement generalized it to fuzzy sets by considering collections of
    fuzzy sets called $T$-tribes (where $T$ denotes a fixed triangular
    norm).  Their concept of $T$-measure is fundamental in the
    fuzzification of classical measure theory.  However, it has been
    successfully applied elsewhere, too (e.g., in finding solutions of
    games with fuzzy coalitions).  Here we summarize results about
    characterization of measures on tribes.  Unlike preceding papers,
    we put emphasis on regular measures.  We argue that this notion
    could be considered as a promising alternative to the original
    notion of Butnariu and Klement.},
  project =     {MSM 212300013, GACR 201/02/1540, CEEPUS SK-042},
  psurl =       {[PostScript]},
}