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Fuzzy Logic and Soft Computing contains contributions from world-leading experts from both the academic and industrial communities. The first part of the volume consists of invited papers by international authors describing possibilistic logic in decision analysis, fuzzy dynamic programming in optimization, linguistic modifiers for word computation, and theoretical treatments and applications of fuzzy reasoning. The second part is composed of eleven contributions from Chinese authors focusing on some of the key issues in the fields: stable adaptive fuzzy control systems, partial evaluations and fuzzy reasoning, fuzzy wavelet neural networks, analysis and applications of genetic algorithms, partial repeatability, rough set reduction for data enriching, limits of agents in process calculus, medium logic and its evolution, and factor spaces canes.
These contributions are not only theoretically sound and well-formulated, but are also coupled with applicability implications and/or implementation treatments. The domains of applications realized or implied are: decision analysis, word computation, databases and knowledge discovery, power systems, control systems, and multi-destinational routing. Furthermore, the articles contain materials that are an outgrowth of recently conducted research, addressing fundamental and important issues of fuzzy logic and soft computing.
algorithms classification data mining fuzzy fuzzy logic genetic algorithms knowledge discovery optimization programming
Kluwer Academic Publishers 1999
Springer, Boston, MA
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