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Discriminant analysis by neural network-type SIRMs connected fuzzy inference method

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3 Author(s)
Watanabe, S. ; Kirin Brewery Co. Ltd., Japan ; Seki, H. ; Ishii, H.

The single input rule modules connected fuzzy inference method (SIRMs method) can decrease the number of fuzzy rules drastically in comparison with the conventional fuzzy inference methods. Moreover, Seki et al. have proposed a functional type single input rule modules connected fuzzy inference method which generalizes the consequent part of the SIRMs method to function. However, these SIRMs methods can not realize XOR (Exclusive OR). Therefore, Seki et al. have proposed a “neural network-type SIRMs method” which unites the neural network and SIRMs method, and shown that this method can realize XOR. In this paper, neuralnetwork-type SIRMs method is shown to be superior to the conventional SIRMs method and neural network by applying to a medical data and Iris data.

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Industrial Informatics (INDIN), 2010 8th IEEE International Conference on

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13-16 July 2010