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Computational Intelligence: Applications of Fuzzy Logic

@inproceedings{2009ComputationalIA,
  title={Computational Intelligence: Applications of Fuzzy Logic},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
  • In fuzzy modelling, the identification method used is very important. Identification for fuzzy modelling has two aspects: structure identification and parameter identification. In general, structure identification is a difficult and extremely ill-defined process and not readily amenable to automated techniques. The problem of parameter identification is closely related to the estimation of the membership functions of the fuzzy sets or alternatively, the fuzzy relation associated with the fuzzy… CONTINUE READING

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