Dominance-Based Rough Set Approach to Reasoning about Ordinal Data - A Tutorial
This tutorial lecture intends to introduce the Dominance-based Rough Set Approach (DRSA) methodology for reasoning about ordinal data. DRSA, proposed by Greco, Matarazzo and Słowiński (see e.g. [2,6]), extends the classical Rough Set approach by handling background knowledge about ordinal evaluations of objects and about monotonic relationships between these evaluations. In DRSA, the indiscernibility or tolerance relation among objects, which is used in the classical Rough Set approach, has been replaced by the dominance relation – the only relation uncontested in multiattribute pairwise comparisons when attribute scales are ordered. The lecture starts with principles of DRSA and goes through the application of DRSA to fuzzy-rough hybridization , to end with DRSA to case-based reasoning , which builds on this hybridization. This tutorial prepares the ground for a second tutorial lecture on applications of DRSA to decision analysis.
KeywordsCredit Rating Ordinal Data Decision Attribute Monotonic Relationship Granular Computing
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