This paper presents a framework for reasoning using intervals. Two interpretations of intervals are examined, one treats intervals as bounds of a truth evaluation function, and the other treats end points of intervals as two truth evaluation functions. They lead to two different reasoning approaches, one is based on interval computations, and the other is based on interval structures. A number of interval based reasoning methods are reviewed and compared within the proposed framework.
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- Interval approaches for uncertain reasoning
Y. Y. Yao
S. K. M. Wong
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg