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In our daily lives we frequently come across with circumstances that we think of certain but in fact are not. Prediction of these circumstances in a systematic manner is possible only after making some assumptions. In a variety of social, economic and technical events uncertainty and therefore complexity is always present.
It is possible to analyze those uncertainties within the context of the fuzzy logic theory developed by Zadeh. In this study we first summarize the fundamentals of the fuzzy logic theory and then give an application of the theory to a flight problem. The manuscript with title and authors is being submitted for publication in Journal of Aeronautics and Space Technologies. This article or a major portion of it was not published, not accepted and not submitted for publication elsewhere.
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The aim of this study is to evaluate the results of portfolio optimization realized by international diversification in terms of developed and emerging countries. In this context, the monthly percentages return of the prominent stock indexes of 15 developed and 15 emerging countries included in the analysis between January and December were used in the study. Portfolio optimizations have been made by index returns of both developed countries, emerging countries and developed and emerging countries together. The optimal portfolio with the highest return and highest risk as a result of optimization is the portfolio created using the index returns of the emerging countries. The optimal portfolio with the lowest return and lowest risk is the portfolio created by using index return of developed countries. The portfolio formed by the combined use of index returns of developed and emerging countries has a lower risk than portfolio risk created by the indexes of emerging countries and has a higher return than the portfolio created by index of developed countries. In this context, it may be suggested that investors who target higher returns prefer portfolios with index of emerging countries; investors prefer lower risk, they may opt for portfolios of index of developed countries.
Application of Fuzzy Logic in Land Consolidation-Classification Studies
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Rainfall-runoff relationships are widely used in many engineering hydrologic designs in urban and rural areas. Such relationships are obtained through the application of regression analysis in many studies.