A Local Approach to Yager Entropy of Dynamical Systems

Rahimi, Mehdi; Assari, Amir; Ramezani, Fatemeh
February 2016
International Journal of Fuzzy Systems;Feb2016, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p98
Academic Journal
In this paper, we define a type of Yager entropy for continuous dynamical systems on compact metric spaces. The concept of k-ergodic decomposition is introduced and applied to represent the new concept in terms of the Yager entropy in the sense of Riečan.


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