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Automatic generation of classification rules has been an increasingly popular technique in commercial applications such as Big Data analytics, rule based expert systems and decision making systems. However, a principal problem that arises with most methods for generation of classification rules is the overfit-ting of training data. When Big Data is dealt(More)
Prism is a modular classification rule generation method based on the 'separate and conquer' approach that is alternative to the rule induction approach using decision trees also known as 'divide and conquer'. Prism often achieves a similar level of classification accuracy compared with decision trees, but tends to produce a more compact noise tolerant set(More)
This paper describes a method for formal compression of fuzzy systems. This method compresses a fuzzy system with an arbitrarily large number of rules into a smaller fuzzy system by removing the redundancy in the fuzzy rule base. As a result of this compression, the number of on-line operations during the fuzzy inference process is significantly reduced(More)