Some sets of indistinguishability operators as multiresolution families
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Multiresolution is a general mathematical concept that allows us to study a property by means of several changes of resolution. From axed resolution, a coarser projection can be calculated and then the changes between aner resolution and a coarser one can be studied. That information can give a good knowledge about the problem under consideration. Also using multiresolution techniques it is possible to present information with a higher or a lower detail, given a way to get the adequate granularity or abstraction for a context. The granularity of a system can be obtained or modeled by the use of indistinguishability operators. In this work the relation between in-distinguishability operators and multiresolution theory is studied and diferent methods to build families of indistinguishability operators with multiresolution capacities are given.
CitationRodriguez, A., Recasens, J. Some sets of indistinguishability operators as multiresolution families. "Information sciences", 2015, vol. 319, p. 38-55.