FIVEVagDist: Calculate the scaled distance of two points in the vague environment [D]=FIVEVagDist(U,VE,P1,P2) Where: U: is the universe (a vector of discrete values in increasing order), VE: is the generated vague environment (the scaled distances on the universe U) If VE(k,1)=0, it is the primitive integral of the scaling function according to the elements of U If VE(k,1)=-1, it is the integral of the scaling function between the neighboring elements of U P1,P2 is two points (values), inside U If P1=NaN, or P2=NaN, then the vague distance is null (D=0) D: is the scaled distance of the two points P1,P2. D<0 denotes that D=inf. This case abs(D) is the number of inf values in VE between P1 and P2 In case of U,VE,P,D the rows are the dimensions

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