An Introduction to Fuzzy Logic Applications in Intelligent by Lotfi A. Zadeh (auth.), Ronald R. Yager, Lotfi A. Zadeh

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By Lotfi A. Zadeh (auth.), Ronald R. Yager, Lotfi A. Zadeh (eds.)

An advent to Fuzzy good judgment functions in clever Systems contains a suite of chapters written by means of top specialists within the box of fuzzy units. each one bankruptcy addresses a space the place fuzzy units were utilized to events greatly regarding clever structures.
the quantity offers an advent to and an outline of modern functions of fuzzy units to varied components of clever structures. Its objective is to supply details and straightforward entry for individuals new to the sector. The ebook additionally serves as an outstanding reference for researchers within the box and people operating within the specifics of structures improvement. humans in laptop technology, specially these in synthetic intelligence, knowledge-based structures, and clever structures will locate this to be a useful sourcebook. Engineers, rather keep an eye on engineers, also will have a robust curiosity during this e-book.
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Vn are variables taking values in the base sets XI. X2 •... Xn respectively then the statement V I is Aland V2 is A2 and . and Vn is An is seen to induce the joint possibility distribution IIV V V V over I· 2· 3' n XI x X2 ... x Xn such that V (XI. x2· ... xn) =Mini [Ai(xi)] n The statement V = Al or V2 = A2 or Vn = An induces the joint possibility IIV V V. I· 2· 3 distribution IIv 1. V2. V3' Vn over X I x X2 ... x Xn such that V (Xl. x2· ... xn) = Maxi [Ai(xi)]· n With these ideas we can easily represent more complicated rules.

53 4. REPRESENTATION OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF FUZZY RULES We now apply the results of Section 2 on possibility and certainty qualifications to the specification of fuzzy rules relating a variable x ranging on U to a variable y ranging on V. Possibility rules : A first kind of fuzzy rule corresponds to statements of the form "the more x is A, the more possible B is a range for y". If we interpret this rule as "'ltu, if x = u, B is a range for x is at least Jl A(u)-possible", a straightforward application of (13), yields the following constraint on the conditional possibility distribution 1tylx( .

Xn) e X I x X2 x ... V2• . ··· xn) + B(y)] This then becomes the induced possibility disuibution from the rule. ifQ ojVj is Aj. V2 is A2 •. n is An are satisfred then U is B. If in addition we have in our database the values V I is C I. V2 is C2 •... V n is Cn. X2•.. x2. X2 •.. v2 •. v2,. xn) = MiniCi(xV. v2,· vn A simple example will illustrate this procedure. d} X3=(e,f} Y (g, h) Let Q be the kind II quantifier, most defined by Q(O) = O. Q(I/3) = 0, Q(2/3) = 1f2. Q(I) = 1. Assume our rule is If Q of [V I is A I, V2 is A2, V3 is A3] are satisfied then U is B = where A I =a =(1/80 O/b ) A2 =c =(I/c.

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