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A systematic approach to the assessment of fuzzy association rules

Didier Dubois, Eyke Hüllermeier, Henri Prade
2006 Data mining and knowledge discovery  
In this paper, we develop a systematic approach to the assessment of fuzzy association rules.  ...  While the formal specification of fuzzy associations is more or less straightforward, the assessment of such rules by means of appropriate quality measures is less obvious.  ...  The above entailment is also in agreement with probability theory since it was proved that, Fuzzy Partitions The key idea of our approach is to provide a sound basis for the assessment of fuzzy association  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10618-005-0032-4 fatcat:ygj47u64ancpjfa6wwmfdjlbda

PROJECT RISK EVALUATION BY USING A NEW FUZZY MODEL BASED ON ELENA GUIDELINE

Pezhman Asadi, Javad Rezaeian Zeidi, Toraj Mojibi, Abdolreza Yazdani-Chamzini, Jolanta Tamošaitienė
2018 Journal of Civil Engineering and Management  
This paper proposes a three-stage approach based on the fuzzy inference system under the environment of the Elena guideline to cope with the risky projects.  ...  The Elena guideline is a systematic standard developed by Iran Project Management Association. This guideline provides the full cycle of the risk management process.  ...  Badri et al. (2012) employed a systematic approach to the evaluation of occupational, health, and safety risks.  ... 
doi:10.3846/jcem.2018.3070 fatcat:ur22wgc2knhfhdfr2mvou2yvni

Integration of fuzzy reasoning approach (FRA) and fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (FAHP) for risk assessment in mining industry

Shikha Verma, Sharad Chaudhri
2014 Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management  
To serve the said purpose, present work demonstrates a robust hybrid risk assessment approach for mining industry.  ...  The FRA approach is implemented to evaluate the risk levels associated with identified hazard factors.  ...  The proposed model can be adopted for systematic assessment of risk in the said industry as risk assessment is a requirement of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000 (section 7 & 8).  ... 
doi:10.3926/jiem.948 fatcat:u3azybvjizbdzfj4bmgsw5yzdi

Risk Analysis in Construction Sites Using Fuzzy Reasoning and Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process

Debasish Majumder, Joy Debnath, Animesh Biswas
2013 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
A case study on risk analysis of an Indian construction company is used to illustrate the application potentiality of the proposed approach.  ...  The risk corresponding to each body part wise injuries are measured using a combination of fuzzy reasoning and fuzzy-analytic hierarchy process.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions in improving the quality of the article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.12.401 fatcat:inzxswbebzegjlwvucvmz46woa

An integrated fuzzy-stochastic modeling approach for risk assessment of groundwater contamination

Jianbing Li, Gordon H. Huang, Guangming Zeng, Imran Maqsood, Yuefei Huang
2007 Journal of Environmental Management  
An integrated fuzzy-stochastic risk assessment (IFSRA) approach was developed in this study to systematically quantify both probabilistic and fuzzy uncertainties associated with site conditions, environmental  ...  The contaminant concentrations in groundwater predicted from a numerical model were associated with probabilistic uncertainties due to the randomness in modeling input parameters, while the consequences  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and The National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.50225926, No.50425927).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2005.12.018 pmid:16574309 fatcat:bnk4ojfkzjhwfod6hrfoxosgrq

Computing with Words in Risk Assessment

Jun Liu, Luis Martínez, Hui Wang, Rosa M. Rodríguez, Vasily Novozhilov
2010 International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems  
It is largely grouped into the following 5 categories: (1) fuzzy number based risk assessment; (2) fuzzy rule-based risk assessment; (3) fuzzy extension of typical probabilistic risk assessment; (4) ordinal  ...  In addition, the role of CWW within the broad area of risk assessment is briefly characterized.  ...  Acknowledgments This contribution has been partially supported by the projects TIN-2009-0828, P08-TIC-3548 and FEDER funds.  ... 
doi:10.1080/18756891.2010.9727710 fatcat:biacmnmktra7npcqvw3qgbcpmq

An Evaluation Approach for Physical Education Teaching Practice Quality Using Stochastic Simulation Algorithm

Changlei Zhou, Tingting Ma, Muhammad Zakarya
2022 Mobile Information Systems  
The random simulation and association rule decision-making approaches are implemented to assess the quality level of institution physical education, as well as teaching practice, and the random simulation  ...  In order to increase the precision of the quality assessment of institution physical education, as well as teaching practice, the assessment system of institution physical education, as well as teaching  ...  Here, we take out two rules from the rules generated by the two approaches to make a comparison.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/3103609 fatcat:cxeb4orzong3fmczp6zxxz7aee

Risk Assessment of Marine LNG Operations [chapter]

Tarek Elsayed
2010 Natural Gas  
A fuzzy rule base is constructed to follow the logic used by the risk assessor when using the traditional qualitative risk matrix approach.  ...  The main advantage of the use of the fuzzy inference system is its ability to handle imprecise data. The approach uses the concept of a pure fuzzy logic system.  ...  The contributions in this book present an overview of cutting edge research on natural gas which is a vital component of world's supply of energy.  ... 
doi:10.5772/9875 fatcat:wnazwyhddvel3gmd6usbgy74zu

A systematic study of fuzzy PID controllers-function-based evaluation approach

Bao-Gang Hu, G.K.I. Mann, R.G. Gosine
2001 IEEE transactions on fuzzy systems  
A function-based evaluation approach is proposed for a systematic study of fuzzy proportional-integral-derivative (PID)-like controllers.  ...  For keeping the simplicity feature like a linear PID controller, a one-input fuzzy PID controller with "one-to-three" mapping inference engine is recommended.  ...  Recognizing the limitations of Mizumoto's approach, Ying conducted an analytically-based method to assess the different fuzzy inference systems [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/91.963756 fatcat:fkta7vs52nchpipygichwzny3y

PROPOSING A NEW METHODOLOGY BASED ON FUZZY LOGIC FOR TUNNELLING RISK ASSESSMENT

Abdolreza Yazdani-Chamzini
2014 Journal of Civil Engineering and Management  
For this reason, this paper proposes a risk assessment model based on the concepts of fuzzy set theory to evaluate risk events during the tunnel construction operations.  ...  To show the effectiveness of the proposed model, the results of the model are compared with those of the conventional risk assessment.  ...  In order to construct the fuzzy model, a number of the fuzzy if-then rules are generated to fulfil the reasoning associated with the input and output parameters.  ... 
doi:10.3846/13923730.2013.843583 fatcat:aniq2et34zfghkubbfpclpioqq

Application of Fuzzy Set Theory for Risk Assessment

László Pokorádi
2010 Journal of KONBiN  
The paper and presentation will give a short overview of risk assessment and illustrates the possibility of use of proposed fuzzy set theory based method by a case study.  ...  Fuzzy set theory is a relatively new mathematical tool to depict and model inaccuracy and uncertainty of the real world and human thinking.  ...  The paper gives a short overview of risk management and assessment and illustrates the possibility of use of the fuzzy set theory to assess the risk.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10040-008-0177-5 fatcat:pjzbg6ag75hkdenzrufuh3hqpq

Subjective Safety Analysis for Software Development [chapter]

J. Wang, A. Saeed, R. de Lemos
1997 Advances in Safety and Reliability  
The framework incorporates fuzzy set modelling and evidential reasoning to assess the safety associated with safety requirements specifications.  ...  Such a mapping results in the production of the safety evaluation associated with the safety rule, expressed in terms of the degrees to which the subjective safety description belongs to the pre-defined  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors acknowledge the financial support of COPERNICUS Joint Research Project ISAT, and thank Dr. J. B. Yang of Birmingham University for allowing use of his software.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-008042835-2/50044-8 fatcat:zfrpynarnbc5jf5yadxokxu47q

Supply chain risk assessment approach for process quality risks

Abhijeet Ghadge, Xie Fang, Samir Dani, Jiju Antony
2017 International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management  
Findings- The fuzzy logic approach to FMEA provides a structured approach for understanding complex behaviour of failure modes and their associated risks for products and processes.  ...  The case study approach examines the effectiveness of the fuzzy logic approach for assessing the product and process related failure modes within global supply chain context.  ...  The comparative results in Table II shows that, a more reasonable ranking can be obtained by using the fuzzy rule based FMEA approach to assess the orders of failure problems.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijqrm-01-2015-0010 fatcat:olj7mv7h7zacxlxjast6hrhmlq

Bayesian and Fuzzy Approach to Assess and Predict the Maintainability of Software: A Comparative Study

Kawal Jeet, Renu Dhir
2012 ISRN Software Engineering  
In this paper, we develop a system based on fuzzy inference approach to assess and predict maintainability in a quantitative manner.  ...  We also compare the proposed fuzzy technique with an existing Bayesian approach to depict the improvement achieved due to the advantageous accuracy of fuzzy over crisp approach.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi, India, for supporting this research work via their project number F. no. 8-2 (277)/11 (MRP/ NRCB).  ... 
doi:10.5402/2012/202980 fatcat:b2c27hoygzer7ejs57lqu2yeaq

Model of Accumulation and Loss of Knowledge in Computerization Systems of Education with Remote Access

Murad Omarov
2020 International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering Research  
The article discusses the approach to the methods of creating expert assessments to determine the level of knowledge of students in education computerization systems with remote access.  ...  This is achieved through the use of the probabilistic approach and Bayesian processes in comparison with the approach based on the theory of fuzzy sets.  ...  approach to supporting systematic decision-making for security insurance throughout the life cycle of a complex system in the face of uncertainty.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijeter/2020/39832020 fatcat:wtnhc7kizbhtdhks6hb2yxm2qm
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