approximate reasoning


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approximate reasoning

[ə¦präks·ə·mət ′rēz·ən·iŋ]
(mathematics)
The process by which a possibly imprecise conclusion is deduced from a collection of imprecise premises.
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The proposed algorithm on performing similarity-based approximate reasoning is summarized as follows.
Now let us conduct approximate reasoning using the scheme proposed in Section 3, and the inference procedures can be summarized as follows.
Once the knowledge model based on decision rules of welding deformation is obtained, we can set up a model of approximate reasoning, using the proposed method in this article.
Based on the Turksen's reasoning model, we develop an approach to inference by combining the conventional CRI with similarity-based approximate reasoning.
Gorzalczany, 'A method of inference in approximate reasoning based on interval-valued fuzzy sets', Fuzzy Sets and Systems, vol.
Budescu, 'Measures of similarity among fuzzy concepts: a comparative analysis', International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, vol.
Implication in intuitionistic fuzzy and interval-valued fuzzy set theory: construction, classification, application', International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, vol.
An approximate reasoning approach based on the measures of similarity between vague sets', J.
An approximate reasoning approach based on the measures of similarity between intuitionistic fuzzy sets', Journal of Air Force Engineering University (Nature Science Edition), vol.

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