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Qualitative Process Theory Using Linguistic Variables

Author: Bruce D'Ambrosio
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1989.
Series: Symbolic computation., Artificial intelligence.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Finally, we have described in detail the extensions needed to the basic influence resolution algorithm in QP theory to oper- ate on these extended descriptions. In the next chapter we extend these  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce D'Ambrosio
ISBN: 9781461396710 1461396719 9781461396734 1461396735
OCLC Number: 840283097
Description: 1 online resource (x, 156 pages 22 illustrations).
Contents: 1 Overview --
2 Fuzzy Logic Control --
2.1 Classical Control Theory --
2.2 A New Approach to Control of Complex Systems --
2.3 Fuzzy Control --
2.4 Extensions of the Fuzzy Control Paradigm --
2.5 The Next Step: Fuzzy-Model-Based Control --
3 Introduction to Qualitative Process Theory --
3.1 Uses of QP Theory --
3.2 Process versus Device-Centered Theories --
3.3 Qualitative Process Theory --
Definitions and Examples --
3.4 Reasoning in QP Theory --
3.5 Historical Background --
3.6 Summary --
4 Application of QP Theory to Process Control --
An Example --
4.1 The Reaction Process --
4.2 Countercurrent Heat Flow --
4.3 Basic Deductions --
5 Ambiguity in QP Theory --
5.1 Ambiguity in QP Theory --
5.2 Representation Alternatives --
5.3 Related Work --
5.4 Linguistic Extensions to QP Descriptions --
6 Linguistic Variables --
6.1 Introduction to Linguistic Variables --
6.2 Approximate Reasoning and the Compositional Rule of Inference --
6.3 Similarity of Linguistic Variables and Relations --
6.4 Support-Pair Certainty --
6.5 Truth Maintenance with Numeric Certainty Estimates --
6.6 Summary --
7 Linguistic Quantity Spaces --
7.1 A Functional Overview --
7.2 Computing the Consequences of a Linguistic Quantity Space --
7.3 Linguistic Measurement Interpretation --
8 Characterization of Functional Relationships --
8.1 Sources of Ambiguity in QP Theory Models --
8.2 Fuzzy Relational Algorithms --
8.3 Annotation Management --
8.4 Examples --
8.5 Summary --
9 Qualitative Perturbation Analysis --
9.1 Qualitative Perturbation Analysis --
9.2 Extended Perturbation Analysis --
9.3 Linguistic Perturbation Analysis --
9.4 LPA Extended Example --
9.5 Summary --
10 Evaluation and Conclusion --
10.1 Review --
10.2 Evaluation --
10.3 Further Research --
10.4 Conclusion --
10.5 References.
Series Title: Symbolic computation., Artificial intelligence.
Responsibility: by Bruce D'Ambrosio.

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