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Interactive Fuzzy Modeling by Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization with User Preference

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Interactive Fuzzy Modeling by Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization with User Preference
One of the new trends in genetic fuzzy systems (GFS) is the use of evolutionary multiobjective optimization (EMO) algorithms. This is because EMO algorithms can easily handle two conflicting objectives (i.e., accuracy maximization and complexity minimization) when we design accurate and compact fuzzy rule-based systems from numerical data. Since the main advantage of fuzzy rule-based systems compared with other non-linear ones is their linguistic interpretability, the design of fuzzy rule-based systems can be viewed as linguistic data mining from numerical data. From the data mining point of view, the required knowledge strongly depends on its user. That is, the interpretability of fuzzy rule-based systems should be evaluated by taking into account the user's preference. Although there exist a number of interpretability measures in the literature, users usually do not know which measure represents their preference beforehand. In this paper, we propose interactive fuzzy modeling by...
Yusuke Nojima, Hisao Ishibuchi
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where EUSFLAT
Authors Yusuke Nojima, Hisao Ishibuchi
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