Resolving the Conflict between Competitive and Cooperative Behavior in Michigan-Type Fuzzy Classifier Systems

Abstract

A vital problem for fuzzy classifier systems of the Michigan type is the conflict of competition and cooperation of rules. Whereas the classical approach of a classifier system circumvents this complicacy by the total lack of collaboration of classifiers, the fuzzification approach has to deal with it. This paper proposes a solution to this dilemma by introducing a special encoding of the classifiers and by performing a selection algorithm on a sub-group of firing rules.

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@inproceedings{Haslinger2005ResolvingTC, title={Resolving the Conflict between Competitive and Cooperative Behavior in Michigan-Type Fuzzy Classifier Systems}, author={Peter Haslinger and Ulrich Bodenhofer}, booktitle={EUSFLAT Conf.}, year={2005} }