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FSS
2010
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13 years 4 months ago
An early approach toward graded identity and graded membership in set theory
The paper considers an early approach toward a (fuzzy) set theory with a graded membership predicate and a graded equality relation which had been developed by the German mathemat...
Siegfried Gottwald
SIGKDD
2000
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13 years 5 months ago
Artificial Neural Networks - A Science in Trouble
This article points out some very serious misconceptions about the brain in connectionism and artificial neural networks. Some of the connectionist ideas have been shown to have l...
Asim Roy
LOGCOM
2006
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13 years 6 months ago
On Weakly Cancellative Fuzzy Logics
Starting from a decomposition result of MTL-chains as ordinal sums, we focus our attention on a particular kind of indecomposable semihoops, namely weakly cancellative semihoops. ...
Franco Montagna, Carles Noguera, Rostislav Horc&ia...
BMCBI
2010
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13 years 6 months ago
AutoSOME: a clustering method for identifying gene expression modules without prior knowledge of cluster number
Background: Clustering the information content of large high-dimensional gene expression datasets has widespread application in "omics" biology. Unfortunately, the under...
Aaron M. Newman, James B. Cooper
JCP
2008
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13 years 6 months ago
Trusted Decision Mechanism Based on Fuzzy Logic for Open Network
Trust mechanism will be an important trend in the field of security for open network. But, as an important factor risk is little considered in trust model. In this paper, Further w...
Lin Zhang, Ruchuan Wang, Haiyan Wang