Introduction and preliminaries

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Introduction and preliminaries **Interval arithmetic** was first suggested by Dwyer [2] in 1951.

9) Interval-valued functions follow from the **interval arithmetic** of two types (Neumaier 2001): interval extensions and united extensions (or true solution sets).

Furthermore, we suppose that an **interval arithmetic** evaluation f ([x]) on a given interval [x] exists.

To be able to perform fuzzy multiplication and addition with **interval arithmetic** and level of confidence [alpha] the equation (2) is transferred into: [[a.

Joy is also talking about using advanced programming techniques such as numerical programming and **interval arithmetic** to support the architecture.