By Professor Leszek Rutkowski (auth.)
This e-book specializes in a number of suggestions of computational intelligence, either unmarried ones and people which shape hybrid equipment. these ideas are at the present time often utilized problems with man made intelligence, e.g. to procedure speech and ordinary language, construct professional structures and robots. the 1st a part of the e-book provides tools of data illustration utilizing various thoughts, specifically the tough units, type-1 fuzzy units and type-2 fuzzy units. subsequent a variety of neural community architectures are awarded and their studying algorithms are derived. in addition, the family members of evolutionary algorithms is mentioned, specifically the classical genetic set of rules, evolutionary thoughts and genetic programming, together with connections among those innovations and neural networks and fuzzy structures. within the final a part of the publication, numerous equipment of knowledge partitioning and algorithms of automated info clustering are given and new neuro-fuzzy architectures are studied and in comparison. This well-organized smooth method of equipment and methods of clever calculations comprises examples and workouts in each one bankruptcy and a preface via Jacek Zurada, president of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (2004-05).
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E. ,N : ∀c∈C fla (c) = flb (c) → ∀d∈D fla (d) = flb (d) . e. e. ∃ la ,lb : ∀c∈C fla (c) = flb (c) → ∃d∈D fla (d) = flb (d) . 2) is well deﬁned, if all its rules are deterministic. Otherwise, we say that it is not well deﬁned. Let us notice that the decision table having a set of conditional attributes C and a set of decision attributes D is well deﬁned, if the set of decision attributes depends on the set of conditional attributes to a degree which is equal to 1 (C → D), that is γC (D∗ ) = 1. 106) The reason for the decision table to be not well deﬁned is that it contains the so-called non-deterministic rules.
Moreover, in the description of any given object, we only consider a limited number of features, adequate to a given purpose. Quite often, we want to reduce that number to the necessary minimum. These are the problems dealt with by the theory of rough sets. In order to facilitate further discussion, we shall introduce several notions and symbols. First, we shall deﬁne the universe of discourse U . It is the set of all objects which constitute the area of our interest. A single j -th element of this space will be denoted as xj .
E. 13), deﬁne the set X as shown in Fig. 7. This ﬁgure shows the marked equivalence classes making up the P -lower approximation of the set X. 44), the lower approximation is made up by 25 equivalence classes – squares which are entirely subsets of the set X. 7. 56) is called P -upper approximation of the set X ⊆ U . The upper approximation of the set X is the set of the objects x ∈ U , with relation to which, on the basis of values of features P , we can not certainly state that they are not elements of the set X.
Computational Intelligence: Methods and Techniques by Professor Leszek Rutkowski (auth.)