NFI: a neuro-fuzzy inference method for transductive reasoning

@article{Song2005NFIAN,
  title={NFI: a neuro-fuzzy inference method for transductive reasoning},
  author={Qun Song and Nikola K. Kasabov},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={799-808}
}
This paper introduces a novel neural fuzzy inference method-NFI for transductive reasoning systems. NFI develops further some ideas from DENFIS-dynamic neuro-fuzzy inference systems for both online and offline time series prediction tasks. While inductive reasoning is concerned with the development of a model (a function) to approximate data in the whole problem space (induction), and consecutively-using this model to predict output values for a new input vector (deduction), in transductive… CONTINUE READING

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