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Can Fuzzy Sets Be Useful in the (Re) Interpretation of Uncertainty in Quantum Mechanics?

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1 Author(s)
Seising, R. ; Core Unit for Medical Stat. & Informatics, Medical Univ. of Vienna

New scientific theories have been and will always be required for the progress of science. Two examples of new theories that were advanced in the 20th century are quantum mechanics and fuzzy set theory. Both deal with the concept of uncertainty and both use mathematical tools that are essentially different from those used in classical probability theory. In both, the introduction of new concepts (theoretical terms) was necessary because phenomena and processes observed in the real world could not be explained with existing mathematical concepts. This paper examines the possibilities of (re)interpreting uncertainty in quantum mechanics with the aid of fuzzy sets and systems

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Fuzzy Information Processing Society, 2006. NAFIPS 2006. Annual meeting of the North American

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3-6 June 2006