### #85. Old papers by Huibert Kwakernaak

Kwakernaak's old papers in which he first defines fuzzy random variables.

Huibert Kwakernaak (1978).

Huibert Kwakernaak (1979).

There is a very interesting historical issue. The core idea "fuzzy+random" was generated independently a number of times in the late seventies, e.g. Féron's

Huibert Kwakernaak (1978).

**Fuzzy random variables- I. Definitions and theorems**.*Information Sciences***15**, 1-29.Huibert Kwakernaak (1979).

**Fuzzy random variables- II. Algorithms and examples for the discrete case**.*Information Sciences***17**, 253-278.There is a very interesting historical issue. The core idea "fuzzy+random" was generated independently a number of times in the late seventies, e.g. Féron's

*fuzzy random set*(1976), Hirota's*probabilistic set*(1977) and Nahmias's*fuzzy variable in a random environment*(1979). The question is, why all at the same time and why it was that, particularly, fuzzy random variables triggered other researchers' continued work.
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