Complex Fuzzy Structured Element and Its Properties
Kaiqi ZOU, Shigang LIU, Xiaoyue ZHOU
DOI: 10.4236/iim.2010.21007   PDF         3,653 Downloads   6,480 Views  


The first part of this paper gives the definition about complex fuzzy structured element on the basis of one-dimensional fuzzy structured element and some of its property. The following part introduces its limit and continuity. All of this has opened up a vision for the research of fuzzy structured element, and also played an important role in promoting its progress.

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ZOU, K. , LIU, S. and ZHOU, X. (2010) Complex Fuzzy Structured Element and Its Properties. Intelligent Information Management, 2, 53-57. doi: 10.4236/iim.2010.21007.

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