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Let V be a set real world entities, that admits a relational model. An attribute induces an equivalence relation on V and will be regarded as such. Let A* be the set of such equivalence relations and… (More)
The goal of approximation in granular computing (GrC), in this paper, is to learn/approximate/express an unknown concept (a subset of the universe) in terms of a collection of available knowledge… (More)
Granulation is a natural problem-solving methodology deeply rooted in human thinking; Human body is granulated into head, neck, and etc. The notion is intrinsically fuzzy, vague and imprecise.… (More)
What is granular computing? As we have said in : There are no mathematically valid formal definitions yet. Informally, any computing theory/technology that involves elements and granules… (More)
Granulation is a natural problem-solving method- ology deeply rooted in human thinking; it is intrinsically fuzzy, vague and imprecise. Mathematicians idealized it to partition, and developed into a… (More)