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in journals

B2-c122 Irina Georgescu, A possibilistic approach to risk aversion, SOFT COMPUTING (to
appear). 2010
B2-c121 Marcos Eduardo Valle Permutation-based finite implicative fuzzy associative memories
INFORMATION SCIENCES (to appear). 2010
B2-c120 Heng Zhao, Suping Fang, Bo Shang, Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system for gen-
eration of diffuser dot patterns in light guides, APPLIED OPTICS, 49(2010), issue 14, pp.
2694-2702. 2010
B2-c119 Syed Adnan Yusuf; Panagiotis Georgakis; Christopher Nwagboso, Review of modelling,
visualisation and artificial intelligent methodologies for built environment applications, THE
BUILT & HUMAN ENVIRONMENT REVIEW, 3(2010), pp. 12-41. 2010
B2-c118 M. Mucientes, J. Alcala-Fdez, R. Alcala, J. Casillas, A case study for learning behaviors
in mobile robotics by evolutionary fuzzy systems, EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICA-
TIONS Volume 37, Issue 2, March 2010, Pages 1471-1493. 2010
After introducing the strategy to provide data sets for automatic learning of fuzzy
controllers, this section introduces several learning methods that could be applied
on these data. Indeed, one of the most important problems in the applications of
fuzzy logic is the automatic derivation of fuzzy models from numerical information
(input-output data pairs) representing the behavior of the real system. Numerous
automatic methods - based on ad hoc data-driven approaches (Nozaki, Ishibuchi,
& Tanaka, 1997; Wang & Mendel, 1992) or on different techniques such as neural
networks (Fullér, 2000; Nauck, Klawonn, & Kruse, 1997) and evolutionary algo-
rithms (GAs) (Cordn et al., 2001) - have been developed to perform this task. (page
B2-c117 Wing Yee Sit; Lee Onn Mak; Gee Wah Ng; Managing Category Proliferation in Fuzzy
WORKS, 20(2009), no.8, pp. 1244-1253. 2009
This paper explores ways to deal with the category proliferation problem caused by
overlapping classes. Although there are other systems such as neurofuzzy systems
[B2] that are suited to dealing with overlapping classes, our interest lies in reducing
the category proliferation caused by overlapping classes without introducing much
more computational cost or major changes to the architecture of FAM. (page 1244)
B2-c116 S. Ramathilagam, S. R. Kannan, Fuzzy target selection in direct marketing, ADVANCES
IN FUZZY SETS AND SYSTEMS, 4(2009), Issue 3, pp. 313-331. 2009

B2-c115 Kazuya Morikawa, Seiichi Ozawa, Shigeo Abe, Tuning membership functions of kernel
fuzzy classifiers by maximizing margins, MEMETIC COMPUTING, 1(2009), pp. 221-228.
B2-c114 Tihomir Latinovic, Miroslav Rogic, Milosav Djurdjevic, ADAPTIVE GENETIC FUZZY
pp. 61-66. 2009
B2-c113 Ulrich H. Langanke, Humanoid Knowledge-Based Decision Support Systems (KBDSS)
- Subjective or Objective Data Query, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL
B2-c112 K. Hans Raj, Rahul Swarup Sharma, Vikas Upadhyay, Alok K. Verma, Agile Model-
ing and Optimization of End Milling, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
SYSTEMS, 8(2009), pp. 71-80.
B2-c111 Krzysztof Cpałka, On evolutionary designing and learning of flexible neuro-fuzzy struc-
tures for nonlinear classification, NONLINEAR ANALYSIS, Volume 71, Issue 12, 15 De-
cember 2009, Pages e1659-e1672. 2009
B2-c110 Armin Eftekhari, Hamid Abrishami Moghaddam, Mohamad Forouzanfar, Javad Alirezaie,
Incremental Local Linear Fuzzy Classifier in Fisher Space, EURASIP JOURNAL ON AD-
VANCES IN SIGNAL PROCESSING, vol. 2009, pp. 1-9. 2009
A neurofuzzy system with multiple outputs can be realized either by a single SIMO
or MIMO model or by a bank of SISO or MISO models [B2]. In the current study,
the former approach is pursued as it often requires fewer neurons [16]. (page 2)
B2-c109 Jorge Casillas, Pedro Martinez, Alicia D. Benitez, Learning consistent, complete and
compact sets of fuzzy rules in conjunctive normal form for regression problems, SOFT COM-
PUTING, 13(2009), pp. 451-465. 2009
B2-c108 Sorousha Moayera, Parisa A. Bahri, Hybrid intelligent scenario generator for busi-
ness strategic planning by using ANFIS, EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS,
36(2009), pp. 7729-7737. 2009
The fuzzy inference process is implemented as a generalised ANN, which is then
tuned by gradient descent techniques (Fullér, 2000).
B2-c107 Lucimar M.F. de Carvalho et al, A neuro-fuzzy system to support in the diagnostic
of epileptic events and non-epileptic events using different fuzzy arithmetical operations,
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria, 66(2008), pp. 179-183. 2008
B2-c106 Serena H. Chen, Anthony J. Jakeman, John P. Norton, Artificial Intelligence techniques:
An introduction to their use for modelling environmental systems, MATHEMATICS AND
COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION, 78(2008) pp. 379-400. 2008

Human reasoning handles vague or imprecise information. The ability of fuzzy
systems to handle such information is one of its main strengths over other AI tech-
niques, although they are mostly easier to understand and apply. One of the main
difculties in developing a fuzzy system is determining good membership functions.
Fuzzy systems have no learning capability or memory [B2]. To overcome such lim-
itations, fuzzy modelling is often combined with other techniques to form hybrid
systems, e.g. with neural networks to form neuro-fuzzy systems. (page 389)
B2-c105 M. Sheikhzadeh, M. Trifkovic, S. Rohani, Adaptive MIMO neuro-fuzzy logic control of
a seeded and an unseeded anti-solvent semi-batch crystallizer, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
SCIENCE, 63(2008), issue 5, pp. 1261-1272. 2008
B2-c104 SHI Yan-qiong, PID Controller of Its Parameters May Be Adjusted Basing on the Fuzzy
number 1, pp. 40-42. 2007

B2-c103 Dana Klimešová, Eva Ocelı́ková, Study on Uncertainty and Contextual Modelling, IN-
1(2007), issue 1, pp. 12-15. 2007
B2-c102 Dana Klimešová, Eva Ocelı́ková Knowledge Uncertainty and Composed Classifier, IN-
PLIED SCIENCES, 1(2007), issue 2, pp. 101-105. 2007
B2-c101 Anucha Saengrung, Amir Abtahi, Ali Zilouchian, Neural network model for a commer-
cial PEM fuel cell system, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 172(2007) 749-759. 2007
B2-c100 P.K. Modi, S.P. Singh, J.D. Sharma, Voltage stability evaluation of power system with
FACTS devices using fuzzy neural network, ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF ARTI-
FICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 20(2007) 481-491. 2007
B2-c99 Ngai Hang Chan; Hoi Ying Wong, Data mining of resilience indicators, IIE Transactions,
Volume 39, Issue 6 June 2007, pp. 617-627. 2007

B2-c98 Xishi Huang, Danny Ho, Jing Ren, Luiz F. Capretz, Improving the COCOMO model
using a neuro-fuzzy approach, APPLIED SOFT COMPUTING, 7(2007) 29-40. 2007
B2-c97 Tatiana Kiseliova, A Theoretical Comparison of Disco and CADIAG-II-like Systems for
Medical Diagnoses, KYBERNETIKA, 42(2006), number 6, pp. 723-748. 2006
B2-c96 Natasa Kovac and Sanja Bauk, The Anfis based route preference estimation in sea navi-
gation, JOURNAL OF MARITIME RESEARCH, Volume 3, Number 3. pp. 69-86. 2006

B2-c95 B. Tutmez, Z. Hatipoglu, U. Kaymak, Modelling electrical conductivity of groundwa-
ter using an adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system, COMPUTERS & GEOSCIENCES,
32(2006) 421-433. 2006
B2-c94 W Karwowski, A Gaweda, W S Marras, K Davis, J M Zurada, D Rodrick, A fuzzy
relational rule network modeling of electromyographical activity of trunk muscles in manual
lifting based on trunk angels, moments, pelvic tilt and rotation angles, INTERNATIONAL
B2-c93 Piotr Czekalski, Evolution-fuzzy rule based system with parametrized consequences,
ENCE, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 373-385. 2006
B2-c92 Casillas, J. Cordón, O. del Jesus, M.J. Herrera, F. Genetic tuning of fuzzy rule deep
structures preserving interpretability and its interaction with fuzzy rule set reduction, IEEE
Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, 13(1) pp. 13-29. 2005
B2-c91 A. Khoukhi, K. Benfreha, Application of multi-layer neuro-fuzzy networks to collision
detection in a simulated manufacturing, TRANSACTIONS OF THE CANADIAN SOCI-
ETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 29(34), 2004, 431444. 2004
B2-c90 Rodriguez, C.P.; Anders, G.J., Energy price forecasting in the Ontario competitive power
system market, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER SYSTEMS, vol.19, no.1, pp. 366-374,
Feb. 2004
B2-c89 O. Cordón, F. Gomide, F. Herrera, F. Hoffmann and L. Magdalena, Ten years of ge-
netic fuzzy systems: current framework and new trends, FUZZY SETS AND SYSTEMS,
141(2004) 5-31. 2004
B2-c88 Hung T. Nguyen, Tonghui Wang, Berlin Wu, On probabilistic methods in fuzzy the-
2004, pp 99-109. 2004
B2-c87 P Mazzatorta, E Benfenati, C -D Neagu, G Gini, Tuning Neural and Fuzzy-Neural Net-
ING, 43: (2) 513-518. 2003
B2-c86 Daniel Neagu and Vasile Palade, A neuro-fuzzy approach for functional genomics data
interpretation and analysis, NEURAL COMPUTING AND APPLICATIONS, 12(2003), pp.
153-159. 2003 10.1007/s00521-003-0388-6
B2-c85 Irina Georgescu, Compatible extensions of fuzzy relations, JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS
SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 332-349, September, 2003

B2-c84 Ciprian-Daniel Neagu, Nikolaos Avouris, Elias Kalapanidas and Vasile Palade Neural and
Neuro-Fuzzy Integration in a Knowledge-Based System for Air Quality Prediction, Applied
Intelligence, 17(2002), pp. 141-169, 2002.
B2-c83 Jorge Casillas, Oscar Cordón, and Francisco Herrera, COR: a methodology to improve ad
hoc data-driven linguistic rule learning methods by inducing cooperation among rules, IEEE
Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B, 32(4) pp. 526-537. 2002
B2-c82 C.-D. Neagu, L. Georgescu, V. Palade, D. Neagu, Analysis of a neuro-fuzzy approach of
air pollution: building a case study, in The Annals of University Dunarea de Jos of Galati,
[ISSN 1221-454X], Fascicle III, Electrotechnics, Electronics, Automatic Control, Informat-
ics, pp. 86-91. 2001
B2-c81 C.-D. Neagu, V. Palade, An interactive fuzzy operator used in rule extraction from neu-
4(2000), pp. 675-684. 2000
B2-c80 Ciprian-Daniel Neagu, Modular neuro-fuzzy networks: solution for explicit and implicit

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B2-c60 Kazuya Morikawa and Shigeo Abe, Improved Parameter Tuning Algorithms for Fuzzy
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Information Processing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5506/2009, Springer, [ISBN
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B2-c59 Dana Klimešová Data, information and knowledge transformation, in: Proceedings of the
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B2-c57 Xing Zong-Yi; Zhang Yong; Hou Yuan-Long; Cai Guo-Qiang, Multi-objective fuzzy
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B2-c56 Peter Sussner and Marcos Eduardo Valle, Fuzzy Associative Memories and Their Rela-
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description by defining two different structures (surface structures and deep struc-
ture). One of the most important problems in the application of fuzzy logic is the
automatic derivation of these structures from numerical information. Numerous
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B2-c48 Bodenhofer, Ulrich; Dankova, Martina; Stepnicka, Martin; Novak, Vilem, A Plea for
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B2-c44 György Bárdossy, János Fodor, Application of fuzzy arithmetic and prior information
to the assessment of the completeness of a mineral exploration program: A case study, in:
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B2-c43 György Bárdossy, János Fodor, The concept of geological uncertainties and new ways of
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B2-c41 Ricardo Nanculef, Carlos Concha, Claudio Moraga, Héctor Allende, Multiresolution
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B2-c40 de Carvalho, L.F.; Monteiro, L.L.; Nassar, S.M.; de Azevedo, F.M.; de Carvalho, H.J.T.,
NEURO-FUZZY SYSTEMS: Learning Models, in: Proceedings of the 2005 International
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B2-c39 Daniel Neagu, Shuai Zhang, Catalin Balescu, A Multi-Label Voting Algorithm for Neuro-
Fuzzy Classifier Ensembles with Applications in Visual Arts Data Mining, in: Halina Kwas-
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B2-c38 Costel Sarbu and Horia F. Pop, Fuzzy Soft-Computing Methods and Their Applications
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B2-c35 Key Lou Kwon; Alouani, A.T., Implementation of PGAs in conjunction with fuzzy al-
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B2-c30 Arie Croitoru, Yerach Doytsher, Peak matching for preliminary false alarm filtering in
building detection, Annual Conference of the American Society for Photogrammetry and
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for data uncertainty In: The 7th South East Asian Survey Congress, Hong-Kong. 2003
One of the well known approaches to decision making based on imprecise informa-
tion is Fuzzy Logic. This framework is frequently used for decision making in the
presence of uncertainties due to its ability to express imprecise expert knowledge
and rules. Since its introduction by Zadeh (1965), Fuzzy logic was applied to nu-
merous problems and applications due to its ability to provide a framework through
which non-deterministic problems could be addressed. Exact reasoning is therefore
a limiting case of the Fuzzy Logic approach (Fuller, 2000). (page 2)

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in books

B2-c8 Mircea Negoita, Daniel Neagu, Vasile Palade, Computational Intelligence, Engineering
of Hybrid Systems, Series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing , Vol. 174, Springer,
[ISBN: 978-3-540-23219-3], 2005.
B2-c7 Zdenko Kovacic and Stjepan Bogdan, Fuzzy Controller Design: Theory and Applications,
Automation and Control Engineering Series, Volume 19, CRC Press, 2005.
B2-c6 György Bárdossy, János Fodor Evaluation Of Uncertainties And Risks In Geology: New
Mathematical Approaches for their Handling, Springer, [ISBN: 978-3-540-20622-4], 2004.
B2-c5 Leszek Rutkowski, Flexible Neuro-fuzzy Systems: Structures, Learning and Performance
Evaluation, Springer, [ISBN 1402080425], 2004.
B2-c4 Hung T. Nguyen, A First Course in Fuzzy and Neural Control, CRC Press, [ISBN 1584882441],
B2-c3 Marian B. Gorzalczany, Computational Intelligence Systems and Applications Neuro-
Fuzzy and Fuzzy Neural Synergisms Series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing ,
Vol. 86, Springer, [ISBN: 978-3-7908-1439-2] 2002.
B2-c2 Danuta Rutkowska, Neuro-Fuzzy Architectures and Hybrid Learning, Series: Studies in
Fuzziness and Soft Computing, Vol. 85, Springer, [ISBN 3790814385], 2002.
B2-c1 Shigeo Abe, Pattern Classification: Neuro-Fuzzy Methods and Their Comparison, Springer,
[ISBN 9781852333522], 2001.

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On the other hand, fuzzy systems are more favorable in that, as their behavior can be
explained based on fuzzy rules and their performances can be adjusted by tuning the
rules. The neuro-fuzzy (Lin and Lee, 1996; Fullér, 2000; Abraham, 2001) approach
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as the connection weights of the neural network. (page 241)
• Qian Zhang, Nature-Inspired Multi-Objective Optimisation and Transparent Knowledge Dis-
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private Investoren unter Anwendung eines Fuzzy-Systems, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gieen,
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