Author(s): Casillas J, Cordon O, Herrera F
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Abstract This paper introduces a new learning methodology to quickly generate accurate and simple linguistic fuzzy models: the cooperative rules (COR) methodology. It acts on the consequents of the fuzzy rules to find those that are best cooperating. Instead of selecting the consequent with the highest performance in each fuzzy input subspace, as ad-hoc data-driven methods usually do, the COR methodology considers the possibility of using another consequent, different from the best one, when it allows the fuzzy model to be more accurate thanks to having a rule set with the best cooperation. Our proposal has shown good results in solving three different applications when compared to other methods.
This article was published in IEEE Trans Syst Man Cybern B Cybern
and referenced in Journal of Health & Medical Informatics