Perceptual computing in social networks

  title={Perceptual computing in social networks},
  author={John T. Rickard and Ronald R. Yager},
  journal={2013 Joint IFSA World Congress and NAFIPS Annual Meeting (IFSA/NAFIPS)},
We describe a computationally feasible approach to perceptual computing in large social networks, where the attribute memberships and relationship strengths are described using words, and the words are represented by interval type-2 fuzzy membership functions. By employing pre-computation and storage, we reduce the queries of such networks to simple arithmetic calculations that can be feasibly performed on-the-fly. 

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