Application of statistical information criteria for optimal fuzzy model construction

  title={Application of statistical information criteria for optimal fuzzy model construction},
  author={John Yen and Liang Wang},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems},
Theoretical studies have shown that fuzzy models are capable of approximating any continuous function on a compact domain to any degree of accuracy. However, constructing a good fuzzy model requires finding a good tradeoff between fitting the training data and keeping the model simple. A simpler model is not only easily understood, but also less likely to overfit the training data. Even though heuristic approaches to explore such a tradeoff for fuzzy modeling have been developed, few principled… CONTINUE READING
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