By Lech Polkowski

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The monograph bargains a view on tough Mereology, a device for reasoning less than uncertainty, which works again to Mereology, formulated when it comes to components through Lesniewski, and borrows from Fuzzy Set idea and tough Set thought principles of the containment to some extent. the result's a concept in accordance with the concept of a component to a degree.

One can invoke the following a formulation tough: tough Mereology : Mereology = Fuzzy Set thought : Set idea. As with Mereology, tough Mereology unearths vital purposes in difficulties of Spatial Reasoning, illustrated during this monograph with examples from Behavioral Robotics. as a result of its involvement with options, tough Mereology bargains new techniques to Granular Computing, Classifier and determination Synthesis, Logics for info structures, and are--formulation of well--known rules of Neural Networks and lots of Agent structures. a majority of these methods are mentioned during this monograph.

To make the exposition self--contained, underlying notions of Set idea, Topology, and Deductive and Reductive Reasoning with emphasis on tough and Fuzzy Set Theories in addition to an intensive exposition of Mereology either in Lesniewski and Whitehead--Leonard--Goodman--Clarke models are mentioned at length.

It is was hoping that the monograph bargains researchers in quite a few parts of synthetic Intelligence a brand new instrument to house research of kinfolk between ideas.

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It remains to prove trichotomy 2. We apply induction proving that for each n ∈ N the set An = {m ∈ N : n ∈ m ∨ n = m ∨ m ∈ n} is N . Clearly, A0 = N as 0 ∈ m for each m. For An , it is clear that 0 ∈ An . Assume that m ∈ An and consider m + 1. By assumption either m ∈ n or m = n or n ∈ m. In the ﬁrst case m ⊂ n by 1 hence either m + 1 ⊂ n and thus m + 1 ∈ n or m + 1 = n. In both cases m + 1 ∈ An . In the second case when m = n clearly n ∈ m + 1 and again m + 1 ∈ An . Finally, when n ∈ m a fortiori n ∈ m + 1 so m + 1 ∈ An .

7 Well–Ordered Sets The axiomatic statement which would guarantee the existence of a wellordering on each set is 24 1 On Concepts. Aristotelian and Set–Theoretic Approaches A10 (the Axiom of well–ordering) For each set X there exists a relation R on X which well–orders X We may be aware of the fact that this axiom is non–eﬀective and it does not give us any procedure for constructing a well–ordering on a given set; its value is ontological, allowing us to explore consequences of its content. We ﬁrst state one of these consequences known as the axiom of choice of Zermelo.

Aristotelian and Set–Theoretic Approaches 3. f −1(A ∪ B) = f −1 A ∪ f −1 B; 4. f −1(A ∩ B) = f −1 A ∩ f −1 B; 5. f −1(A \ B) = f −1 A \ f −1 B. These facts are easily established; let us note the diﬀerence between Properties 2 and 4: in case of Property 2 we have only inclusion as for some f even disjoint sets may be mapped onto the same image, whereas in Property 4 we have identity by the uniqueness of the value of a function. A function f : X → Y maps X onto Y (f is a surjection) if and only if f X = Y .