Disambiguation through Fuzzy Sets- part I

  Introduction   The polysemy, understood as a plurality of signs, is an intrinsic phenomenon that is related to the contextuality and to the communication of a concept. Charles Fillmore and Beryl Atkins [1]defines polysemy as a combination of three attributes: – different signs have a central origin, – links between the different signs form a network, – one sign contributes to understanding the other one. Chopin’s music is often considered to feature some polysemous works (intended as having different valid interpretations), which may result ambiguous as first. Particularly for the Ballade #2 op.38 the tonal ambiguity is a recurrent … Continue reading Disambiguation through Fuzzy Sets- part I