Fuzzy cognitive map and its causal inferences

@article{Liu1999FuzzyCM,
  title={Fuzzy cognitive map and its causal inferences},
  author={Zhenhua Liu and Yuan Miao},
  journal={FUZZ-IEEE'99. 1999 IEEE International Fuzzy Systems. Conference Proceedings (Cat. No.99CH36315)},
  year={1999},
  volume={3},
  pages={1540-1545 vol.3}
}
Fuzzy cognitive maps (FCM) is a powerful framework for representing structured human knowledge and causal inference. This paper presents a new and effective approach to analyzing causal inference mechanism of FCM. We focus on binary concept states proposed originally by Kosko (1986). Given initial conditions, FCM is able to reach only certain states in its state space. The problem of finding whether a state is reachable in the FCM is NP hard. In order to effectively carry out the design of… CONTINUE READING

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