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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF FUZZY SYSTEMS   2012 , Volume 9 , Number 3; Page(s) 1 To 26.

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# NEW MODELS AND ALGORITHMS FOR SOLUTIONS OF SINGLE-SIGNED FULLY FUZZY LR LINEAR SYSTEMS

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We present a model and propose an approach to compute an approximate solution of Fully Fuzzy Linear System (FFLS) of equations in which all the components of the coefficient matrix are either nonnegative or non-positive. First, in discussing an FFLS with a nonnegative coefficient matrix, we consider an equivalent FFLS by using an appropriate permutation to simplify fuzzy multiplications. To solve the m n permutated system, we convert it to three m  n real linear systems, one being concerned with the cores and the other two being related to the left and right spreads. To decide whether the core system is consistent or not, we use the modified Huang algorithm of the class of ABS methods. If the core system is inconsistent, an appropriate unconstrained least squares problem is solved for an approximate solution. The sign of each component of the solution is decided by the sign of its core. Also, to know whether the left and right spread systems are consistent or not, we apply the modified Huang algorithm again. Appropriate constrained least squares problems are solved, when the spread systems are inconsistent or do not satisfy fuzziness conditions. Then, we consider the FFLS with a mixed single-signed coefficient matrix, in which each component of the coefficient matrix is either nonnegative or non-positive. In this case, we break the m n coefficient matrix up to two mn matrices, one having only nonnegative and the other having only non-positive components, such that their sum yields the original coefficient matrix. Using the distributive law, we convert each m n FFLS into two real linear systems where the first one is related to the cores with size mn and the other is 2m 2n and is related to the spreads. Here, we also use the modified Huang algorithm to decide whether these systems are consistent or not. If the first system is inconsistent or the second system does not satisfy the fuzziness conditions, we find an approximate solution by solving a respective least squares problem. We summarize the proposed approach by presenting two computational algorithms. Finally, the algorithms are implemented and effectively tested by solving various randomly generated consistent as well as inconsistent numerical test problems.

Keyword(s): LR FUZZY NUMBERS, SINGLE-SIGNED FUZZY NUMBERS, FULLY FUZZY LINEARSYSTEMS, ABS ALGORITHMS, LEAST SQUARES PROBLEMS

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EZZATI, R., & KHEZERLOO, S., & MAHDAVI AMIRI, N., & VALIZADEH, Z. (2012). NEW MODELS AND ALGORITHMS FOR SOLUTIONS OF SINGLE-SIGNED FULLY FUZZY LR LINEAR SYSTEMS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF FUZZY SYSTEMS, 9(3), 1-26. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=273653

Vancouver: Copy

EZZATI R., KHEZERLOO S., MAHDAVI AMIRI N., VALIZADEH Z.. NEW MODELS AND ALGORITHMS FOR SOLUTIONS OF SINGLE-SIGNED FULLY FUZZY LR LINEAR SYSTEMS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF FUZZY SYSTEMS. 2012 [cited 2021May17];9(3):1-26. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=273653

IEEE: Copy

EZZATI, R., KHEZERLOO, S., MAHDAVI AMIRI, N., VALIZADEH, Z., 2012. NEW MODELS AND ALGORITHMS FOR SOLUTIONS OF SINGLE-SIGNED FULLY FUZZY LR LINEAR SYSTEMS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF FUZZY SYSTEMS, [online] 9(3), pp.1-26. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=273653.

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