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The identification problem for systems with fuzzy relations is solved by applying a general method of solving finite fuzzy relation equations. It is shown that the identification uncertainty is characterized in terms of the maximum solution and the infimum of all the minimal solutions. The result is independent of the function used to define the uncertainty measure. A method for calculating the infimum of all the minimal solutions without calculating these minimal solutions is also derived and results in an efficient method for calculating the identification uncertainty.