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Title: Fuzzy techniques explain empirical power law governing wars and terrorist attacks
Authors: Hung T. Nguyen
Kittawit Autchariyapanitkul
Vladik Kreinovich
Keywords: Computer Science
Mathematics
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2017
Abstract: © 2017 IEEE. The empirical distribution of the number of casualties in wars and terrorist attacks follows a power law with exponent 2.5. So far, there has not been a convincing explanation for this empirical fact. In this paper, we show that by using fuzzy techniques, we can explain this exponent. Interesting, we can also get a similar explanation if we use probabilistic techniques. The fact that two different techniques lead to the same explanation makes us reasonably confident that this explanation is correct.
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