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Concepts and Design Aspects of Granular Models of Type-1 and Type-2
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Concepts and Design Aspects of Granular Models of Type-1 and Type-2
Pedrycz, Witold;
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 Abstract
In this study, we pursue a new direction for system modeling by introducing the concept of granular models, which produce results in the form of information granules (such as intervals, fuzzy sets, and rough sets). We present a rationale and several key motivating arguments behind the use of granular models and discuss their underlying design processes. The development of the granular model includes optimal allocation of information granularity through optimizing the criteria of coverage and specificity. The emergence and construction of granular models of type-2 and type-n (in general) is discussed. It is shown that achieving a suitable coverage-specificity tradeoff (compromise) is essential for developing granular models.
 Keywords
Granular models;Granular Computing;Information granules;Type-2 information granules;Allocation of information granularity;Outliers of type-1 and type-2;
 Language
English
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