An inference method using multiple patterns and modification of pattern space
This paper deals with inference using multiple patterns. Inference among vague information, e.g. patterns, has caused “explosion of vagueness“. This paper proposes a new mechanism to suppress the increase of vagueness. This paper also proposes a modification method for pattern space based on a new concept of vagueness in patterns. Simulations are done to demonstrate the potentiality of the proposed inference method and the pattern space modification method.
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