# jFuzzyArithmetic

## Latest news:

Version 0.2 is out since 19. June 2012.

## What is it?

jFuzzyArithmetic is a package/library for calculations with intervals and fuzzy numbers in Java.

In many ways (including the name) it is inspired by jFuzzyLogic.

## Is it stable?

The library origins in my personal need for such library while working on my dissertation. As such it isn't so consistent and significant changes can be introduced in new versions.

## What is the current version?

Current version is 0.2.

## Main features:

- interval definition
- basic interval arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation
- functions to propagate interval through functions: Cos, Exp, Log, Log10, Sin, Tan, Sigmoidal, Atan2
- fuzzy number definition as intervals with membership values
- basic fuzzy number arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation
- functions to propagate fuzzy number through functions: Cos, Exp, Log, Log10, Sin, Tan, Sigmoidal

## What licence does jFuzzyArithmetic use?

Open source licence - GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3.