Turing L -machines and recursive computability for L -maps

Studia Logica 48 (2):179 - 192 (1989)
Abstract
We propose the notion of partial recursiveness and strong partial recursiveness for fuzzy maps. We prove that a fuzzy map f is partial recursive if and only if it is computable by a Turing fuzzy machine and that f is strongly partial recursive and deterministic if and only if it is computable via a deterministic Turing fuzzy machine. This gives a simple and manageable tool to investigate about the properties of the fuzzy machines
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