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# Fuzzy Rule Based System to Characterize the Decision Making Process in Share Market

```@inproceedings{Dashore2010FuzzyRB,
title={Fuzzy Rule Based System to Characterize the Decision Making Process in Share Market},
author={Pankaj Dashore and Suresh Jain and Iet Davv},
year={2010}
}```
• Published 2010
This research work will help the customer for decision making in share market, based on fuzzy rule based system. Past performance data could be used to overcome uncertainty , vagueness and imprecision of share market. Six factors which are affecting the share prices are Market Growth, Monson Policy/Political Foreign Investment, Ratio Analysis and Agent Activity are very helpful to take market share price decision. Technical and fundamental approaches are used in parallel to estimate short-term…
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