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2000 Mathematical Reviews  
Vargas-Vera, Fril++: a language for object- oriented programming with uncertainty (62-78); Didier Dubois, Francesc Esteva, Pere Garcia [Pere Garcia-Calvés], Lluis Godo, Ramon Lopez de Mantaras and Henri  ...  Baldwin, Mass assignment fundamentals for comput- ing with words (22—44); Hiroshi Narazaki and Ichiro Shigaki, A method to use uncertain domain knowledge in the induction of classification knowledge based  ... 

Fuzzy types: a framework for handling uncertainty about types of objects

Tru H. Cao, Peter N. Creasy
2000 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning  
Like other kinds of information, types of objects in the real world are often found to be ®lled with uncertainty and/or partial truth.  ...  This paper proposes a framework to deal with uncertainty and/or partial truth in automated reasoning systems with taxonomic information, and in particular type hierarchies.  ...  We would like to thank the anonymous referees for their useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0888-613x(00)00055-4 fatcat:57rgzznnavafhcv6fl4nuirfqu

Object-oriented modelling with words

J.M. Rossiter, T.H. Cao, T.P. Martin, J.F. Baldwin
10th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems. (Cat. No.01CH37297)  
We present the uncertain object-oriented logic programming language Fril++ as a tool for object-oriented modelling with words.  ...  Object-oriented modelling with words seeks to extend the new field of modelling with words, itself derived form computing with words, with features of object-oriented knowledge representation and programming  ...  This paradigm has been implemented in the uncertain object-oriented logic programming language Fril++ ([6], [7] , [13] ).  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzz.2001.1007245 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/RossiterCMB01 fatcat:dupk6k3wqneutgqas3voxxyvy4

Video Event Recognition for Surveillance Applications (VERSA) [article]

Stephen O'Hara
2010 arXiv   pre-print
The approach for event recognition in VERSA is using a declarative logic language to define the spatial and temporal relationships that characterize a given event or activity.  ...  Although the handling of uncertainty in the current VERSA implementation is simplistic, the language and architecture is amenable to extending using Fuzzy Logic or similar approaches.  ...  As such, Prolog seemed to be an ideal choice as the programming language used to implement much of the VERSA technology. Prolog is a popular declarative logic programming language.  ... 
arXiv:1007.3772v1 fatcat:apuv2tifhzbudmtwyzbxutka3y

The posterity of Zadeh's 50-year-old paper

James C. Bezdek, Didier Dubois, Henri Prade
2015 2015 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE)  
A proposition is associated with two truth values: internal truth value and external truth value. [98] Zimmermann, H.-J., "Fuzzy programming and linear programming with several objective functions".  ...  It is still computationally simple and efficient and eventually led to the development of the fuzzy computer language Fril. [3] Bellman, R. E. and L. A.  ...  But, for example, a list of the 100 most cited references in fuzzy sets, would certainly not coincide with our 101 list either. But ... which citation engine?  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzz-ieee.2015.7337858 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/BezdekDP15 fatcat:jeydd2agx5eppps2bpy5z32mcm

User recognition in uncertain object oriented user modelling

J.M. Rossiter, T.H. Cao, T.P. Martin, J.F. Baldwin
10th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems. (Cat. No.01CH37297)  
We present an example using the iterated prisoner's dilemma problem implemented in the Fril++ object oriented uncertain logic programming language.  ...  User modelling is fast becoming a major topic for commercial and academic research. A major problem in user modelling is in categorising a new user into known user classes.  ...  In this paper we present an environment for user modelling using the uncertain object-oriented programming language Fril++.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzz.2001.1009061 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/RossiterCMB01a fatcat:2uf4oc5rajfuthdvwfxsroqi2q

Inheritance and recognition in uncertain and fuzzy object-oriented models

T.H. Cao, J.M. Rossiter, T.P. Martin, J.F. Baldwin
Proceedings Joint 9th IFSA World Congress and 20th NAFIPS International Conference (Cat. No. 01TH8569)  
The approach is illustrated by an example in Fril++, the uncertain and fuzzy object-oriented logic programming language that we have been developing.  ...  This paper proposes probabilistic default reasoning as a suitable approach to inheritance and recognition in uncertain and fuzzy object-oriented models.  ...  Fril is a logic programming language that can handle both uncertainty and fuzziness and, unlike other Prolog-like languages, Fril's syntax is Lisp-like with list as the primary data and program structure  ... 
doi:10.1109/nafips.2001.944434 fatcat:muas2tu7f5hm5arrqoaimp7dia

Belief Updating Recurrent Fuzzy Rules for Ordered Dataset Modelling

J.F. Baldwin, T.P. Martin, J.M. Rossiter
1999 International journal of biomedical soft computing and human sciences  
to problems encountered 'supported by EPSRC and CASE awards, in cooperation with the UK DERA A system is needed which takes each tuple in the ordered dataset in tum and generates a cowfidence that the  ...  We present a new method for modelling ordered datasets using Baldwinls mass assignment, 71his method generates a simplijied memory-based juizy belief updating model, Tlhe predicted class fuzzy set naturally  ...  His research interests include fuzzy knowl- edge engineering, time series analysis, and object-oriented fuzzy languages. [5] 7A NII-ElectronicMbraryService  ... 
doi:10.24466/ijbschs.5.1_73 fatcat:p6afokq5cnhurnmb6y25cbyqoy

A fuzzy cognitive map approach to support urban design

George Xirogiannis, Joseph Stefanou, Michael Glykas
2004 Expert systems with applications  
This paper is concerned with proposing a fuzzy cognitive map (FCM) driven approach for implementing expert decision support in the area of urban design.  ...  Previous research activities modeled a knowledge-based system using first order predicate calculus.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was funded partially by the research program 'Archimedes' of the National Technical University of Athens.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0957-4174(03)00140-4 fatcat:qvfwagyr2nea3ctnot55shsf7u

The paradoxical success of fuzzy logic

C. Elkan, H.R. Berenji, B. Chandrasekaran, C.J.S. de Silva, Y. Attikiouzel, D. Dubois, H. Prade, P. Smets, C. Freksa, O.N. Garcia, G.J. Klir, Bo Yuan (+11 others)
1994 IEEE Expert  
For a sentence composed from simple assertions and the logical connectives "and" (A), "or" (v), and "not" ( 1 ) degree of truth is defined as follows: ~ An earlier version with the same title appeared  ...  Then for all p E P, Q) E { 0, 1 ] W  ...  Acknowledgments The author is grateful to many colleagues for useful comments on earlier versions of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1109/64.336150 fatcat:33nqixzz6femrnbhcffxcuvuxm

Gdup: An Integrated And Scalable Graph Deduplication System

Claudio Atzori, Cinzia Bernardeschi, Paolo Manghi
2016 Zenodo  
As things stand today, data curators can find a plethora of tools supporting duplicate identification for Big collections of objects, which they can adopt to efficiently process the objects of individual  ...  By 'Big' we mean that duplicate identification over the objects of such entity types cannot be handled with traditional backends and solutions, e.g .ranging from tens of millions of objects to any higher  ...  Pain, frustration, hardships, encouragement, trust and joy are just a few of the endless moods that accompanied me during this journey.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1454879 fatcat:2gwjffyufreoxohd5khem77kpq

Answers [chapter]

2005 Fuzzy Expert Systems and Fuzzy Reasoning  
But if heavy numerical computation is needed, it is often better to do this in a more numerically oriented language like C or FORTRAN, and to use a blackboard system for inter-program communication and  ...  Being oriented toward extremely general-purpose use, the FLOPS IDE resembles those for such languages as Cþþ, also designed for generalpurpose use.  ...  In defuzzifying, default inference is downward monotonic. 7.1 a. is that the discrete fuzzy sets are available for use in later reasoning steps, for output, and for inspection by the programmer during  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471698504.answ1 fatcat:7bcplyk66vce3e4mb4tkp6cksy

FuzzyShell: a large-scale expert system shell using fuzzy logic for uncertainty reasoning

J. Pan, G.N. Desouza, A.C. Kak
1998 IEEE transactions on fuzzy systems  
In this paper, we present a more general Rete network that is particularly suitable for reasoning with fuzzy logic.  ...  (A Rete network obviates the need to match the rules with the facts on every cycle of the inference engine.)  ...  The inference engine of such a program would consist of a simple do-loop that for each cycle would match all the facts with all the rules; for each cycle, a list of all the rules that can be triggered  ... 
doi:10.1109/91.728455 fatcat:sijpjisnzjbpjnyzyz4itpn3fq

Monitoring Complex Processes to Verify System Conformance: A Declarative Rule-Based Framework

Stefano <1976> Bragaglia, Paola Mello
The framework is also accompanied by an optional module that provides Probabilistic Inductive Logic Programming (PILP).  ...  Il framework è anche accompagnato da un modulo opzionale che fornisce Probabilistic Inductive Logic Programming (PILP).  ...  The most famous language for logic programs is probably .  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/5753 fatcat:3kum7ix7evcpjjfpyl5qm3cduu

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Antarctica Hanseatic, Baja Whale, Watch Aboard, Yorktown Clipper, Ireland England, Scotland Aboard, Aboard Queen, Mary, Komodo Bali, Flores Aboard, Sea Safari, Nova Scotia (+8 others)
Each man zealously grabs for the flying objects, and if two men happen to catch the same item, both wresde with the object, often until it has been totally destroyed.  ...  m the acceleration (a) of that object.  ... 
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