Automatic construction of rules fuzzy for modelling and prediction of the central nervous system
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The main goal of this work is to study the performance of CARFIR (Automatic Construction of Rules in Fuzzy Inductive Reasoning) methodology for the modelling and prediction of the human central nervous system (CNS). The CNS controls the hemodynamical system by generating the regulating signals for the blood vessels and the heart. The main idea behind CARFIR is to expand the capacity of the FIR methodology allowing it to work with classical fuzzy rules. CARFIR is able to automatically construct fuzzy rules starting from a set of pattern rules obtained by FIR. The new methodology preserves as much as possible the knowledge of the pattern rules in a compact fuzzy rule base. The prediction results obtained by the fuzzy prediction process of CARFIR methodology are compared with those of other inductive methodologies, i.e. FIR, NARMAX and neural networks
CitationMugica, F., Nebot, M., Gómez, P. "Automatic construction of rules fuzzy for modelling and prediction of the central nervous system". 2002.
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