Applied Computational Intelligence: Proceedings of the 6th by Pierre D'hondt, Etienne E Kerre, Da Ruan

By Pierre D'hondt, Etienne E Kerre, Da Ruan

FLINS, initially an acronym for "Fuzzy common sense and clever applied sciences in Nuclear Science", has now been prolonged to incorporate computational clever structures for utilized learn. FLINS 2004, is the 6th in a sequence of foreign meetings, covers cutting-edge examine and improvement in utilized computational intelligence for utilized study typically and for power/nuclear engineering particularly. This publication provides the most recent study tendencies and destiny study instructions within the box.

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Proceedings of the ProRISC Workshop on Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, Netherlands, pp. 580-586 (2002). CLASSIFIERS AND DECISION MAKERS J. ucm. es The main objective of this paper is to point out the key relevance of the classification issue in mathematical modeling. In particular, it is stressed that standard logical structures are quite simple classification structures, where the allowed degrees of truth or falsehood are connected according to a linear ordering. But when viewed as a classification problem, much more complex logical structures appear in a natural way, showing in fact that the standard linear assumption was kind of artificial.

Established lattice-valued first-order logic system L* based on LIAs [27,311, the corresponding theorems in L,,p were also proved. 3 Progress in Uncertainty Reasoning Based on Lattice-Valued Logic From 2000, Xu et al. began to investigate the theory and methods of the uncertainty reasoning based on L,l, which include the following uncertainty reasoning models [293321: Single -input-single-output (SISO) uncertainty reasoning model; Multi-dimensional and multiple uncertainty reasoning model. The above works were further generalized to the uncertainty reasoning in lattice-valued first-order logic based on LIAs.

23. K. Pattanaik: Voting and Collective Choice. Cambdrige University Press, Cambridge, 1971. 24. B. Roy: Decision science or decision-aid science. European Journal of Operational Research 66 (1993), 184-203. 25. L. Savage: The Foundations of Statistics. Wiley, New York, 1954. 26. K. Sen: Collective Choice and Social Welfare. Holden-Day, San Francisco, 1970. 27. G. Shafer: Savage revisited (with discussion). Statistical Science 1 (1986), 463-501. cn Associations, as specific forms of knowledge, reflect relationships among items in databases, and have been widely studied in the fields of knowledge discovery and data mining.

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