A knowledge processing method for intelligent systems based on inclusion degree

@article{Qiu2003AKP,
  title={A knowledge processing method for intelligent systems based on inclusion degree},
  author={Guofang Qiu and Huaizu Li and Lida Xu and Wen-Xiu Zhang},
  journal={Expert Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={187-195}
}
The probability reasoning method, fuzzy reasoning method, evidential reasoning method and other reasoning methods are main techniques employed in intelligent systems for processing uncertain and vague information. The concept of inclusion degree was proposed earlier and it has been proved that the methods mentioned above are examples of inclusion degrees. In this paper, we introduce type S1 and type S2 inclusion degrees, discuss the relationship between them, and further propose inclusion… CONTINUE READING

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