l In this paper, we focus on the need for
l This paper proceeds as follow.
l The structure of the paper is as follows.
l In this paper, we shall first briefly introduce fuzzy sets and related c
l To begin with we will provide a brief background on the
l This will be followed by a description of the fuzzy nature of the proble
m and a detailed presentation of how the required membership functions are def
l Details on xx and xx are discussed in later sections.
l In the next section, after a statement of the basic problem, various sit
uations involving possibility knowledge are investigated: first, an entirely p
ossibility model is proposed; then the cases of a fuzzy service time with stoc
hastic arrivals and non‑fuzzy service rule is studied; lastly, fuzzy ser
vice rule are considered.
l This review is followed by an introduction.
l A brief summary of some of the relevant concepts in xxx and xxx is prese
nted in Section 2.
l In the next section a brief view of the .... is given.
l In the next section, a short review of ... is given with special regard
l Section 2 reviews relevant research related to xx.
l Section 1.1 briefly surveys the motivation for a methodology of action,
while 1.2 looks at the difficulties posed by the complexity of systems and out
lines the need for development of possibility methods.
l Section 1 defines the notion of robustness, and argues for its importanc