Strict Fuzzy Triangular and Trigonometric Exponential Truncated Distributions


  • Youssef Prince Abed Canadian International Collage
  • Abdul Hadi Nabih Ahmed
  • Elshimaa Ramadan


In this paper, based on the definition of strict fuzzy probability introduced by Abed, et. al.  (2016) we will show how we can construct strict fuzzy membership function from classical fuzzy membership function introduced by Zadeh (1965). This technique will be applied to triangular and trigonometric fuzzy memberships. Once we reach that result we will introduce strict fuzzy exponential triangular and trigonometric distributions and some of their properties.


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How to Cite

Abed, Y. P., Ahmed, A. H. N., & Ramadan, E. (2017). Strict Fuzzy Triangular and Trigonometric Exponential Truncated Distributions. Asian Journal of Fuzzy and Applied Mathematics, 5(3). Retrieved from