Multi-interpretation operators and approximate classification

  title={Multi-interpretation operators and approximate classification},
  author={Joeri Engelfriet and Jan Treur},
  journal={Int. J. Approx. Reasoning},
In this paper non-classical logical techniques are introduced to formalize the analysis of multiinterpretable observation information, in particula r in approximate classification processes where information on attributes of an object is to be inf erred on the basis of observable properties of the object. One frequently occurring reason for imperfe ct classification is when the available observations are insufficient to determine unique v alues for each of the attributes: a range of values may… CONTINUE READING

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