Our works are dedicated to the generalization of Matheron's theorem () about covariogram to the case where possible estimation error occurs. Matheron's theorem shows a crucial connection between covariogram and chord length distribution. However, when we run the error in calculations due to environmental issues (for example computation in non-uniform environment), this error must be incorporated into model somehow. To do that one can take error as a random variable with the prespecified distribution. We rather model the concept by introducing fuzzy convex bodies. We define the generalization of fuzzy distribution function as a distribution of fuzzy random variable introduced (), then define fuzzy convex bodies by adding convex body and subtracting(in Hukuhara sense) from it fuzzy numbers in Rn, the concept of fuzzy covariogram. We then show Matheron's theorem analogue for this case ([3,4]). Next, we show the relationship between the fuzzy distribution of orientation-dependent random segment and fuzzy covariogram trying to retrieve results found in . This is joint work with Victor Ohanyan.
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