Thursday, November 22, 2007

40. Old survey papers by Grzegorzewski and Hryniewicz, and Taheri

I bring you two papers surveying different aspects of fuzzy statistics. Unfortunately, they are no longer representative of what's currently being done, and I'd rather call this `old Fuzzy Statistics' (but that's another story). In any case, they can be a good source for old references.

Przemyslaw Grzegorzewski, Olgierd Hryniewicz (1997). Testing statistical hypotheses in a fuzzy environment. Mathware & Soft Computing 4, 203-217.

S. Mahmoud Taheri (2003). Trends in Fuzzy Statistics. Austrian Journal of Statistics 32, 239-257.

It must be noted that the second paper covers favorite topics developed within the `fuzzy+statistics' community but makes no attempt at discussing the non-fuzzy literature, thus ignoring important topics like fuzzy clustering, to name just an instance.


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