## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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**fuzzy**numbers are called 2 2 ao a end ( 12 ) and m Gaussian**fuzzy**numbers . ... the variable parameters a , and a end considered normal convex**fuzzy**variables expressed by Triangular**Fuzzy**Numbers ( TFNs ) Ta ' ( u ; ) = x , = m .Page 278

x ( - x2 Ex ( x ) = R * - + 2 if x2 < x < x3 ( 18 ) x3 – x2 If the limit state function Z is the increasing function of the input

x ( - x2 Ex ( x ) = R * - + 2 if x2 < x < x3 ( 18 ) x3 – x2 If the limit state function Z is the increasing function of the input

**fuzzy**variable then increasing branch is used in calculating the increasing branch of Z or vice versa .Page 280

Nguyen , H.T. , 1979 , " Toward A Calculus of the Mathematical Notion of Possibility " in Advances in

Nguyen , H.T. , 1979 , " Toward A Calculus of the Mathematical Notion of Possibility " in Advances in

**Fuzzy**Set Theory and Applications , Ed . Gupta , M.M.et al . North Holland Publishing Company , pp 235-246 21. Moan , T. et al .### What people are saying - Write a review

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