Mathematical morphology is known by its useful tools for processing binary (black-and-white) and gray-tone images. Due to the success of mathematical morphology in processing binary images, there have been many successful attempts to generalize its methods to more general, i.e. gray-tone images. One of these attempts—the most intuitive one is based on replacing sets by fuzzy sets, thus defining so called fuzzy morphological operations. In this paper we show that these operations can be used successfully in nonimage applications. We can use methods developed in fuzzy mathematical morphology to compute the membership functions of different "approximate" statements. Also, an application to interval-valued knowledge representation is given.
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 14, 2004
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