\(R _{0}\) implication: Characteristics and applications.

*(English)*Zbl 1015.03034\(R_0\) implication is an important fuzzy implication determined by the standard nilpotent minimum t-norm. In this paper, this implication is further studied, its main properties are pointed out, some of its characteristics and its independence are discussed, and its applications in fuzzy logic and fuzzy reasoning are also reviewed.

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03B52 | Fuzzy logic; logic of vagueness |

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