Fuzzy Rule Interpolation in Practice

@inproceedings{KovcsFuzzyRI,
  title={Fuzzy Rule Interpolation in Practice},
  author={Szilveszter Kov{\'a}cs}
}
— There are relatively few Fuzzy Rule Interpolation (FRI) techniques can be found among the practical fuzzy rule based applications. On one hand the FRI methods are not widely known, and many of them have limitations from practical application point of view, e.g. can be applied only in one dimensional case, or defined based on the two closest surrounding rules of the actual observation. On the other hand enabling the application of sparse rule bases the FRI methods can dramatically simplify the… CONTINUE READING

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