Fuzzy Models: Methodology, Design, Applications and Challenges
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The essence of fuzzy modelling is concerned with constructing models that flexibly cope with heterogeneous data including those of linguistic and numerical character. In this study, we concentrate on the methodological principles guiding the development of fuzzy models, discuss their general topology and elaborate on selected algorithmic aspects. We also address several main design issues that are aimed at achieving information flexibility and versatility of the fuzzy models.
KeywordsFuzzy Number Fuzzy System Fuzzy Model Linguistic Term Fuzzy Neural Network
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