@InProceedings{VetterleinNavara:IFSA05,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 03 Jan 2006 },
  UPDATE  = { 2005-12-14 },
  author =	{Thomas Vetterlein and Mirko Navara},
  title =       {The {S}teiner point of fuzzy sets},
  year =        {2005},
  pages =       {1256--1258},
  booktitle =   {Fuzzy Logic, Soft Computing \& Computational Intelligence. 
                 Eleventh International Fuzzy Systems Association World Congress},
  editor =      {Yingming Liu and Guoqing Chen and Mingsheng Ying},
  publisher =   {Tsinghua University Press/Springer},
  address =     {Beijing, China},
  isbn =        {7-302-11377-7},
  volume =      {2},
  book_pages =  {1828},
  month =       {July},
  day =         {28-31},
  venue =       {Beijing, China},
  organization ={Tsinghua University, Beijing, China},
  annote = {The Steiner point not the center of gravity
    should represent the location of structures (convex bodies) which
    grow uniformly in all directions. In this case, it gives the same
    location of the body during the growth. This is useful in
    biomedical applications. As the bodies sometimes do not have sharp
    boundaries, it is desirable to extend it to fuzzy sets. We clarify
    the possibility and problems of this generalization.},
  keywords =    {Steiner centroid, Steiner point, convex fuzzy set, fuzzy vector, 
                 defuzzification, image processing},
  prestige =    {important},
  importance =  {1},
  authorship =  {50-50},
  project =     {MSM6840770012},
  psurl = {[PDF] },
}