On the principles of fuzzy classification.



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Amo, Ana del and Montero, Javier (1999) On the principles of fuzzy classification. In 18th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society NAFIPS : june 10-12, 1999, New York, USA / edited by Rajesh N. Davé, Thomas Sudkamp ; sponsored by NAFIPS in cooperation with IEEE Neural Networks Council and IEEE Sy. IEEE, New York, NY, pp. 675-679. ISBN 0-7803-5211-4

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In this paper we analyze the concept of fuzzy partition, starting from the classical key definition given by E.H. Ruspini (1969). Our main claim is that such a definition is too restrictive, since it assumes a particular set of classes that in practice may be reached only after a long learning process. As a consequence, some principles to be taken into account in fuzzy classification methods are discussed

Item Type:Book Section
Subjects:Sciences > Mathematics > Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
ID Code:29159
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