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Applying Notions and Methods of Fuzzy Set Theory to Analysis of Microstructure of Cotton Fracture

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The degree of cotton maturity is a significant parameter characterising the properties of a fibre. Many textile properties depends on the degree of cotton maturity. A frequently applied method for determining this is based on the so-called ‘Russian standards’ which have been long applied in Poland. This paper proposes another method for determining the degree of cotton maturity, based on a cotton fracture image from a scanning electron microscope. For this analysis of the cotton image, the elements of fuzzy set theory are applied. Since categories of images of cotton fracture do not have clearly defined boundaries, the application of fuzzy set theory for determining the degree of maturity seems justified.

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cotton fibres, fibre fracture, microstructure, maturity, fuzzy set theory, SEM images

Published in issue no 5 (59) / 2006, pages 88–91.

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