Fuzzy Sets and Systems 96 (2):129-138 (1998)

The short exposition of the triplet model of concepts and some definitions connected with it are given. In this model any concept may be depicted as having three characteristics: a base, a representing part and the linkage between them. The paper introduces the fuzzification of concepts in terms of the triplet model.
Keywords approximate reasoning  fuzzy sets  measure of fuzziness  psychology
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