Book Description: Dynamic fuzzy problem are problems that are universally focused by academes. Mathematicians and cybernetic experts have used fuzzy logic to developed theories and solve static problems in so called subjective and objective worlds. This book includes 12 chapters. Chapter 1 is about basic conceptions of Dynamic Fuzzy Sets (DFS). Chapter 2 introduces Dynamic Fuzzy (DF) decomposition theorem. Chapter 3 is about L form of DFS module structure. Chapter 4 is about representation theorem of DFS. Chapter 5 introduces extension theorem of DFS. Chapter 6 is about DF measure theory. In chapter 7 it is Dynamic Fuzzy Logic (DFL). Chapter 8 is about reasoning methods of DFL. Chapter 9 is about bases of DFL programming language. Chapter 10 introduces multi-agent learning model based on DFL. Chapter 11 is about autonomic computing model based on DFL. The last Chapter introduces application of DFL in machine learning. |