Application of a Genetic-Fuzzy FMEA to Rainfed Lowland Rice Production in Sarawak: Environmental, Health, and Safety Perspectives

@article{Sang2018ApplicationOA,
  title={Application of a Genetic-Fuzzy FMEA to Rainfed Lowland Rice Production in Sarawak: Environmental, Health, and Safety Perspectives},
  author={Anisia Jati Sang and Kai Meng Tay and Chee Peng Lim and Saeid Nahavandi},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={74628-74647}
}
Rainfed lowland rice is the most popular choice for rice cultivation in Sarawak, Borneo. In general, rice production in Sarawak consists of seven phases, namely, preparing land, establishing crop, transplanting, managing crop, harvesting, post-harvesting, and milling. Most farmers in Sarawak depend on indigenous knowledge and experience for rice cultivation. In this paper, an improved fuzzy failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) with genetic algorithm-based design of fuzzy membership functions… Expand
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