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Deep Neuro-Fuzzy Architectures

  • Anuar Dorzhigulov
  • Alex Pappachen JamesEmail author
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Part of the Modeling and Optimization in Science and Technologies book series (MOST, volume 14)

Abstract

Fuzzy logic inspires from the non-deterministic behaviour of human brain computations. The fusion of neural networks and fuzzy logic such as neuro-fuzzy architectures is natural, as both represent elementary inspiration from brain computations involving learning, adaptation and ability to tolerate noise. This chapter focuses on neuro-fuzzy and alike solutions for machine learning from perspective of functionality, architectures and applications.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of EngineeringNazarbayev UniversityAstanaKazakhstan

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