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A New Approach to Clustering
  • E. Ruspini
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Inf. Control.
  • 1 July 1969
TLDR
A general formulation of data reduction and clustering processes is proposed. Expand
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A Multivalued Logic Approach to Integrating Planning and Control
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We propose an approach for integrating planning and control based on behavior schemas , which link physical movements to abstract action descriptions. Expand
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Numerical methods for fuzzy clustering
  • E. Ruspini
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Inf. Sci.
  • 1 July 1970
TLDR
In a previous paper ^[^1^] the use of the concept of fuzzy sets in clustering was proposed. Expand
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On the semantics of fuzzy logic
  • E. Ruspini
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Approx. Reason.
  • 2 January 1991
TLDR
A formal characterization of the major concepts and constructs of fuzzy logic in terms of notions of distance, closeness, and similarity between pairs of possible worlds. Expand
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The Saphira architecture: a design for autonomy
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Mobile robots, if they are to perform useful tasks and become accepted in open environments, must be fully autonomous. Expand
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Epistemic Logics, Probability, and the Calculus of Evidence
  • E. Ruspini
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IJCAI
  • 23 August 1987
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This paper presents results of the application to epistemic logic structures of the method proposed by Carnap for the development of logical foundations of the Dempster-Shafer calculus of evidence, without resorting to any other theoretical notions or structures. Expand
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Issues and challenges of knowledge representation and reasoning methods in situation assessment (Level 2 Fusion)
Situation assessment (SA) involves deriving relations among entities, e.g., the aggregation of object states (i.e. classification and location). While SA has been recognized in the information fusionExpand
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Blending reactivity and goal-directedness in a fuzzy controller
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We have de ned a mechanism based on fuzzy logic for blending multiple behaviors aimed at achieving di erent, possibly con icting goals. Expand
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Issues and Challenges in Situation Assessment (Level 2 Fusion)
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We present issues associated with Level 2 Information Fusion (Situation Assessment) including: (1) user perception and perceptual reasoning representation, (2) knowledge discovery process models, (3) procedural versus logical reasoning about relationships, (4) userfusion interaction through performance metrics, and (5) syntactic and semantic representations. Expand
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Using Fuzzy Logic for Mobile Robot Control
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The development of techniques for autonomous operation in real-world, unstructured environments constitutes one of the major trends in the current research on mobile robotics. Expand
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