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Fuzzy Conceptual Graphs: a comparative discussion

Abstract : Conceptual Graphs (CG) are a graph-based knowledge representation and reasoning formalism; fuzzy Conceptual Graphs (fCG) constitute an extension that enriches their expressiveness, exploiting the fuzzy set theory so as to relax their constraints at various levels. This paper proposes a comparative study of existing approaches over their respective advantages and possible limitations. The discussion revolves around three axes: (a) Critical view of each approach and comparison with previous propositions from the state of the art; (b) Presentation of the many possible interpretations of each definition to illustrate its potential and its limits; (c) Clarification of the part of CG impacted by the definition as well as the relaxed constraint.
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Adam Faci, Marie-Jeanne Lesot, Claire Laudy. Fuzzy Conceptual Graphs: a comparative discussion. Int. Conf. of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology (EUSFLAT2021), Sep 2021, Bratislava, Slovakia. ⟨lirmm-03401184⟩

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