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By Stephane P. Demri, Ewa Orlowska

The development of any commonly understood conception of data or infor­ mation processing procedure comprises significant methodological methods: (1) abstraction and research, (2) reasoning and computing. This monograph is a realisation of those tactics on the subject of the examine of incompleteness of knowledge. The paradigm we're operating with is galvanized by way of a rough-set method of facts research: the formalisms we strengthen allow using a non­ invasive information illustration. which means the one details that is and has to be utilized in the method of study is the particular details that's to be analysed; we don't require any extra assets of data. An abstraction is shaped within the strategy of perception, layout, and advance­ ment of constructions. Then research ends up in a variety of a category of buildings. during this e-book we delineate a category of informational constructions that allow us to symbolize either numerical and non-numerical details and we examine var­ ious manifestations of its incompleteness. We talk about numerous basic different types of incompleteness of data that are grounded in a rough-set-style view of imprecision and uncertainty. Manifestations of those forms of incompleteness in info structures are investigated.

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Some] a E A, a(x) ~ a(y); the strong [resp. weak] backward inclusion relation bin(A) [resp. wbin(A)] is a relation such that for all x, y E DB, (x, y) E bin(A) [resp. (x, y) E wbin(A)] ~ for all [resp. 2 Information Relations 39 * the strong [resp. weak] negative similarity relation nim(A) * [resp. wnim(A)] is a relation such that for all x, y E GB, (x, y) E nim(A) [resp. (x, y) E wnim(A)] ~ for all [resp. some] a E A, -a(x) n -a(y) i= 0 where - is the complement with respect to V ALa; the strong [resp.

3 Properties of Information Relations 41 (V) icom{A) is symmetric and if A =f. 0, then icom(A) is reflexive; for every a EAT, icom(a) is co-3-transitive. 2. For every information system S A ~ AT, the following assertions hold: = (GB, AT) and for every (I) wind{A) is a tolerance relation and for every a EAT, wind(a) is transitive; (II) wsim(A) is a tolerance relation; (III) wnim{A) is weakly reflexive and symmetric; (IV) wicom(A) is reflexive, symmetric, and co-3-transitive; (V) wfin(A) and wbin(A) are reflexive; for every a EAT, wfin{a) and wbin( a) are transitive.

Since A ~ B, for everya E A, Bool(a(x),a(y)) = 0 [resp. Bool(a(x),a(y)) "I- 0], that is (x, y) E R(A). D. 8. For every information system S = (DB, AT), for all A, B ~ AT, and for every R E {R~~~I(X,y), R~~~l(x,y)}, the following conditions are satisfied: (I) R(0) = 0; (II) R(A U B) = R(A) U R(B); (III) A ~ B implies R(A) ~ R(B). The proof is similar to the proof of the previous lemma. 9. For every information system S = (OB,AT), for every A ~ AT, and for every x E DB, if S is A-separable, then x tf.

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