Computing with words using intuitionistic fuzzy logic programming

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  • Abstract

    Computing with words is the terminology to indicate a set of numbers and words.It is the base for natural language processing and computational theory of perceptions.It is the art to combine both human and machine perception and find a solution for the real world problems left unsolved due to improper mechanism.Animal voice interpreter, lie detector, driving a vehicle in heavy traffic, and natural language interpreter are the applications need to be automated for the next generation.The computational theory is a group of perceptions used to express propositions in a natural language.The concept of the research is to utilize intutionistic fuzzy logic to interpret perceptions to solve vague problems.The output of the research shows that the performance of proposed method is better than the existing methods.

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    Fuzzy Logic; Intuitionistic Fuzzy; Computing With Words; Computing Perception; Natural Language Processing.

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Article ID: 9815
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i1.9.9815

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