### Table 4: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] for the problem from [3]

"... In PAGE 18: ...54 seconds to identify an optimal solution of the problem. This solution is given in Table4 . We use D for 1, A for shift 2, N for shift 3, and if the element of the matrix is empty the employee has free.... ..."

### Table 6: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] of problem from [7]

"... In PAGE 20: ...84 seconds to obtain the first optimal solution. The solution is given in Table6 . The authors report also about another solution with three weekends off found with another structure of costs for weekends off.... ..."

### Table 8: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] to the problem from [5]

### Table 4: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] for the problem from [3]

2000

"... In PAGE 18: ...54 seconds to identify an optimal solution of the problem. This solution is given in Table4 . We use D for 1, A for shift 2, N for shift 3, and if the element of the matrix is empty the employee has free.... ..."

### Table 6: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] of problem from [7]

2000

"... In PAGE 20: ...84 seconds to obtain the first optimal solution. The solution is given in Table6 . The authors report also about another solution with three weekends off found with another structure of costs for weekends off.... ..."

### Table 8: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] to the problem from [5]

2000

### Table 4: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] for the problem from [3]

2000

"... In PAGE 18: ...54 seconds to identify an optimal solution of the problem. This solution is given in Table4 . We use D for 1, A for shift 2, N for shift 3, and if the element of the matrix is empty the employee has free.... ..."

### Table 6: Solution of Balakrishnan and Wong [1] of problem from [7]

2000

"... In PAGE 20: ...84 seconds to obtain the first optimal solution. The solution is given in Table6 . The authors report also about another solution with three weekends off found with another structure of costs for weekends off.... ..."

### Table 1. Fuzzy logic tools and products. (Source: Sammy Wong and Nelson Wong, Computer Science Dept., Chinese University of Hong Kong.)

1993

"... In PAGE 43: ...IO- Another well- known and commercially available system is FRIL,I4 which is Prolog-based and has a highly sophisticated system for the man- agement of uncertainty. Still another exam- ple is the Yamaichi Securities Fund, and there are many more (see Table1 on page Elkan also seems to suggest that expert systems that combine grades of member- ship using operators other than max and min are not valid examples of the use of fuzzy logic. This position is hard to under- stand since the use of t-norms, t-conorms, and other connectives is now a standard part of fuzzy logic.... ..."

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