Granular Mining and Rough-Fuzzy Pattern Recognition: A Way to Natural Computation

  title={Granular Mining and Rough-Fuzzy Pattern Recognition: A Way to Natural Computation},
  author={Sankar K. Pal},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Informatics Bulletin},
  • Sankar K. Pal
  • Published 2012 in IEEE Intelligent Informatics Bulletin
Rough-fuzzy granular approach in natural computing framework is considered. The concept of rough set theoretic knowledge encoding and the role f-granulation for its improvement are addressed. Some examples of their judicious integration for tasks like case generation, classification/ clustering, feature selection and information measures are described explaining the nature, roles and characteristics of granules used therein. While the method of case generation with variable reduced dimension… CONTINUE READING


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