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Rough Theory

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Set Interval Number Function

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Rough Set
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The upper
approximation of M

uivalence Class
Rough set M
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The lower
approximation of M

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Rough Set
U /E
Y1 Y2 Y3

Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 {
Y8
Y9 Y10 Y11

Lower Approximation Upper Approximation

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è Let  u     Ý ëbe a sequence such that 0  1  ...  Ý.

The partition generated by S on the real line R is given by

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M
À0 À1 À2 À3 ƦƦƦƦƦ Àn

Lower Approximation UpperUpper

Lower Approximation Approximation
Approximation
= [ x1 , x2 ]= x2 =( x0 , x3 )= x3
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Rough Function

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X [  u    À¦   À¦   À¦       


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   À V   À V  V   À for all  

X "n fact, every non-empty sequence F is a discretization

on  9 % , and generates a partition given by

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Rough Function
^iven:
U=[-3,7]  
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Rough Function
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: The lower and the upper approÀimations of
an arbitrary real function g(À in an approÀimation space
A=(UÀ, F are defined by
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^iven: U=[-3,7] , F
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Rough Function
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: "f g(À is an arbitrary real function having
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the definitions      u     , then the lower and
upper approÀimations of g(À are given by

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  "f  then g(À is rough, otherwise g(À is

eÀact.
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Approximation 
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