modus ponens

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modus ponens

(ˈməʊdəs ˈpəʊˌnɛnz)
n
(Logic) logic the principle that whenever a conditional statement and its antecedent are given to be true its consequent may be validly inferred, as in if it's Tuesday this must be Belgium and it's Tuesday so this must be Belgium
[literally: mood that affirms]
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The generalized multiple modus ponens based on intuitionistic fuzzy relation [27] is that a new proposition that "y is [B.
Inspired by the intuitionistic fuzzy multiple modus ponens, we exchange the positions of historical data and intuitionistic fuzzy sets [A.
Hence, we apply the intuitionistic fuzzy multiple modus ponens to [A.

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