Allows the reader to successfully work with sets of indistinguishable values and missing values
Develops decision-making systems in two configurations: iterative and collective
Written by respected experts in the field
Table of contents (8 chapters)
About this book
This book demonstrates an original concept for implementing the rough set theory in the construction of decision-making systems. It addresses three types of decisions, including those in which the information or input data is insufficient. Though decision-making and classification in cases with missing or inaccurate data is a common task, classical decision-making systems are not naturally adapted to it. One solution is to apply the rough set theory proposed by Prof. Pawlak.
The proposed classifiers are applied and tested in two configurations: The first is an iterative mode in which a single classification system requests completion of the input data until an unequivocal decision (classification) is obtained. It allows us to start classification processes using very limited input data and supplementing it only as needed, which limits the cost of obtaining data. The second configuration is an ensemble mode in which several rough set-based classification systems achieve the unequivocal decision collectively, even though the systems cannot separately deliver such results.
- Rough Sets Theory
- Computational Intelligence
- Decision Making
- Rough Neural Networks
- Fuzzy Rough Classifiers
Authors and Affiliations
Institute of Computational Intelligence, Częstochowa University of Technology, Częstochowa, Poland
Robert K. Nowicki