Order based on associative operations
Gupta, Vikash Kumar and Jayaram, Balasubramaniam (2021) Order based on associative operations. Information Sciences, 566. pp. 326346. ISSN 00200255
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Inspired by the classical works on obtaining order from semigroups, recently, many researchers have proposed orders based on associative fuzzy logic connectives. However, the use of these monotone operators succinctly assumes and implies the presence of an (existing) order on the underlying set. In this work, we consider associative operations F on a nonempty set P without recourse to any ordering that may or may not be available on it. Picking the most general of the definitions of order proposed so far, that of Karaçal and Kesiciogˇlu, we determine the necessary and sufficient conditions on an associative operation F to obtain a poset on P. Following this we investigate the classes of tnorms, tconorms, uninorms and nullnorms – which are the typical fuzzy logic operations considered so far to obtain orders – that satisfy these conditions and also do a comparative study of the structures obtained from the different orders proposed so far. Finally, we explore further conditions required on an associative operation F to obtain richer ordertheoretic structures.
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Item Type:  Article  
Uncontrolled Keywords:  Aggregation operators,Fuzzy logic connectives,Lattices Ordered sets, Posets  
Subjects:  Mathematics Mathematics > General principles of mathematics Mathematics > Algebra Mathematics > Arithmetics Mathematics > Topology Mathematics > Geometry Mathematics > Numerical analysis Mathematics > Probabilities and applied mathematics 

Divisions:  Department of Mathematics  
Depositing User:  . LibTrainee 2021  
Date Deposited:  27 May 2021 06:51  
Last Modified:  27 May 2021 06:51  
URI:  http://raiith.iith.ac.in/id/eprint/7845  
Publisher URL:  http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ins.2021.02.020  
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