Closeness of Performance Map Information Granules: A Rough Set Approach

@inproceedings{Alpigini2002ClosenessOP,
  title={Closeness of Performance Map Information Granules: A Rough Set Approach},
  author={James J. Alpigini},
  booktitle={Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing},
  year={2002}
}
  • J. Alpigini
  • Published in
    Rough Sets and Current Trends…
    14 October 2002
  • Computer Science
This article introduces a rough set approach to measuring of information granules derived from performance maps. A performance map employs intuitive color-coding to visualize the behavior of system dynamics resulting from variations in system parameters. The resulting image is developed algorithmically via digital computation. With only moderate a priori knowledge, mathematical analysis of a performance map provides an immediate wealth of information. This study is motivated by an interest in… 
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