# International Journal of Approximate Reasoning

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 21-36

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 138-152

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 104-116

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 37-50

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 63-71

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 117-137

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 153-173

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 72-91

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 3-20

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 189-199

^{2}→[0,1] function F involve the transposition of its arguments. We unite both properties in a single functional equation. The solutions of this functional equation are discussed. Special attention goes to the geometrical construction of these solutions and their characterization in terms of contour lines...

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 51-61

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 174-188

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 1 > 92-103

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 2 > 257-268

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 2 > 289-302

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 2 > 279-288

International Journal of Approximate Reasoning > 2009 > 50 > 2 > 315-323