Advances in Soft Computing — AFSS 2002 [electronic resource] :2002 AFSS International Conference on Fuzzy Systems Calcutta, India, February 3–6, 2002 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Pal, Nikhil R [editor.] | Sugeno, Michio [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2275Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002.Description: XVI, 540 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540456315.Subject(s): Engineering | Artificial intelligence | Image processing | Pattern recognition | Robotics | Automation | Engineering | Robotics and Automation | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Pattern Recognition | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)Online resources: Click here to access online
Fuzzy Systems -- A New Perspective on Reasoning with Fuzzy Rules -- On Interpretability of Fuzzy Models -- Degree of Similarity in Fuzzy Partition -- Fuzzy Set in Default Reasoning -- Interpolation in Hierarchical Rule-Bases with Normal Conclusions -- The Dempster-Shafer Approach to Map-Building for an Autonomous Mobile Robot with Fuzzy Controller -- The Fuzzy Model for Aircraft Landing Control -- Implementation of Nonlinear Fuzzy Models Using Microcontrollers -- A Gain Adaptive Fuzzy Logic Controller -- A Traffic Light Controlling FLC Considering the Traffic Congestion -- Vehicle Routing, Scheduling and Dispatching System Based on HIMS Model -- Similarity between Fuzzy Multi-objective Control and Eligibility -- A Fuzzy Goal Programming Approach for Solving Bilevel Programming Problems -- Material Handling Equipment Selection by Fuzzy Multi-criteria Decision Making Methods -- Soft Computing —Theory and Applications -- The Rough Set View on Bayes’ Theorem -- Verbalizing Computers — A Way to Everyday Language Computing— -- Soft Computing Based Emotion/Intention Reading for Service Robot -- Generalization of Rough Membership Function Based on ?-Coverings of the Universe -- A Class of Quantitative-Qualitative Measures of Directed-Divergence -- (?, ?) Reduction of Decision Table: A Rough Approach -- Wavelet Transform Based Fuzzy Inference System for Power Quality Classification -- A Fuzzy-Neural Technique for Flashover Diagnosis of Winding Insulation in Transformers -- Feature Identification for Fuzzy Logic Based Adaptive Kalman Filtering -- Soft-Biometrics: Soft-Computing Technologies for Biometric-Applications -- Comparative Study between Different Eigenspace- Based Approaches for Face Recognition -- Static Signature Verification Employing a Kosko-Neuro-fuzzy Approach -- A Control Analysis of Neuronal Information Processing: A Study of Electrophysiological Experimentation and Non-equilibrium Information Theory -- Neural Networks -- Modeling of Nonlinear Systems by Employing Self-Organization and Evaluation — SOR Network— -- Characterization of Non-linear Cellular Automata Model for Pattern Recognition -- On Convergence of a Neural Network Model Computing MSC -- Recognition of Handprinted Bangla Numerals Using Neural Network Models -- Optimal Synthesis Method for Binary Neural Network Using NETLA -- A Neural Network Based Seafloor Classification Using Acoustic Backscatter -- Neuro-fuzzy Systems -- Designing Rule-Based Classifiers with On-Line Feature Selection: A Neuro-fuzzy Approach -- Decomposed Neuro-fuzzy ARX Model -- Weather Forecasting System Based on Satellite Imageries Using Neuro-fuzzy Techniques -- Evolutionary Subsethood Product Fuzzy Neural Network -- VSS Learning Based Intelligent Control of a Bioreactor System -- Pattern Recognition -- Some Notes on Alternating Optimization -- Noisy Speech Segmentation/Enhancement with Multiband Analysis and Neural Fuzzy Networks -- Towards Optimal Feature and Classifier for Gene Expression Classification of Cancer -- Fuzzy C-Means Clustering-Based Speaker Verification -- Noise Clustering-Based Speaker Verification -- A Combination Scheme for Fuzzy Clustering -- Clustering of Symbolic Data and Its Validation -- Generalised Fuzzy Hidden Markov Models for Speech Recognition -- On Generalization and K-Fold Cross Validation Performance of MLP Trained with EBPDT -- Image Processing -- Pictorial Indexes and Soft Image Distances -- Stereo Correspondence Using a Fuzzy Approach -- Implementation of BTTC Image Compression Algorithm Using Fuzzy Technique -- Applications of the ILF Paradigm in Image Processing -- On OCR of Degraded Documents Using Fuzzy Multifactorial Analysis -- A Bootstrapped Modular Learning Approach for Scaling and Generalisation of Grey-Level Corner Detection -- Towards Fuzzy Calibration -- Fuzzy-Similarity-Based Image Noise Cancellation -- Evolutionary Computation -- Genetic-Fuzzy Approach in Robot Motion Planning Revisited: Rigorous Testing and towards an Implementation -- Evolutionary Approaches to Rule Extraction for Fuzzy Logic Controllers -- Regular Grammatical Inference: A Genetic Algorithm Approach -- Parallelized Crowding Scheme Using a New Interconnection Model -- A GA-FUZZY Approach to Evolve Hopfield Type Optimum Networks for Object Extraction -- Data Mining -- Soft Computing in E-Commerce -- Info-Miner: Bridging Agent Technology with Approximate Information Retrieval -- Fuzzy Mathematics -- Fuzzy Points and Fuzzy Prototypes -- Some Injective Cogenerators in Fuzzy Topology -- Derivative and Differential of Convex Fuzzy Valued Functions and Application -- A Topology for Fuzzy Automata -- Fuzzy Number Linear Programming: A Probabilistic Approach -- Composition of General Fuzzy Approximation Spaces -- The Lower and Upper Approximations of Fuzzy Sets in a Fuzzy Group -- T-Fuzzy Hyperalgebraic Systems -- On Some Weaker Forms of Fuzzy Compactness -- Some Results on Fuzzy Commutative and Fuzzy Cyclic Subgroups -- Fuzzy Hypotheses Testing with Fuzzy Data: A Bayesian Approach.
It is our great pleasure to welcome you all to the 2002 AFSS International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (AFSS 2002) to be held in Calcutta, the great City of Joy. AFSS 2002 is the ?fth conference in the series initiated by the Asian Fuzzy Systems Society (AFSS). AFSS 2002 is jointly being organized by theIndianStatisticalInstitute(ISI)andJadavpurUniversity(JU). Likeprevious conferencesinthisseries,wearesure,AFSS2002willprovideaforumforfruitful interaction and exchange of ideas between the participants from all over the globe. The present conference covers all major facets of soft computing such as fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms including both theories and applications. Wehopethismeetingwillbeenjoyableacademicallyandotherwise. We are thankful to the members of the International Program Committee and the Area Chairs for extending their support in various forms to make a strong technical program. Each submitted paper was reviewed by at least three referees, and in some cases the revised versions were again checked by the ref- ees. As a result of this tough screening process we could select only about 50% of the submitted papers. We again express our sincere thanks to all referees for doing a great job. We are happy to note that 19 di?erent countries from all over the globe are represented by the authors, thereby making it a truly inter- tional conference. We are proud to have a list of distinguished speakers including Profs. Z. Pawlak, J. Bezdek, D. Dubois, and T. Yamakawa.