### Table 2: Fats and oils data: interval-valued distances from Table 1.

2000

"... In PAGE 12: ... The objective of the analysis is to nd a meaningful feature space with reduced dimension, allowing to reveal the underlying structure of the data. In order to apply our approach, an interval-valued distance matrix was rst computed using Eqs (19) and (20) ( Table2 ). Results obtained with the metric hyper- sphere and hyperbox models are shown in Figs (3-4) and (5-6), respectively.... ..."

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### Table 8: Tight interval-valued solution received from the solution in Table 4

"... In PAGE 8: ... Table8 presents the result of the simplest version of the tightening process when applied to a distribution from Table 4.... ..."

### Table 1: Best polling strategies for maximum delay=6. The table shows how many locations should be polled at each time step for various interpolling interval values.

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ... Experiments were performed using a maximum delay tolerance of 6 for larger inter- polling intervals (2 to 801) to investigate the limiting behavior of the strategies and cost function values. The results are shown in Figure 6 with the group sizes in Table1 . Notice that as the interpolling interval becomes very large the optimum strategy approaches the classical \blanket polling quot; strategy where all locations are polled simultaneously in the rst step.... ..."

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### Table 2: T-normed representation of Boolean Normal Forms No:

1994

"... In PAGE 3: ... In many{valued logics however, DNF may not be equal to CNF in general. Establishing that DNF representations of the concepts do not co- incide to their CNF representations in many{ valued logic, and for certain t{norm families DNF is included in the corresponding CNF, Turksen (1986) proposed to de ne the interval{valued fuzzy set (IVFS) as follows: IV FS( ) = [DNF( ); CNF( )] Assume that a De Morgan triple hT; S; Ni is used to model conjunction, disjunction and com- plement respectively, Table2 shows the canonical Boolean normal forms in the membership domain for the concepts given in Table 1. The lowercase letters denote membership function values in the unit interval (i.... In PAGE 3: ...nit interval (i.e., x = X( )). 3.2 Interval{Valued Fuzzy Sets from Continuous Archimedean t{norms It should be observed that for a given De Mor- gan triple, the sixteen t{normed representa- tions given in Table2 can be partitioned as f1; 2g; f3; :: :; 10g; f11; 12g; f13;: ::; 16g, i.e.... ..."

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