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Intelligent Counting Under Information Imprecision

Wygralak, Maciej.

Intelligent Counting Under Information Imprecision Applications to Intelligent Systems and Decision Support / [electronic resource] : by Maciej Wygralak. - XII, 290 p. online resource. - Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing, 292 1434-9922 ; . - Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing, 292 .

Counting belongs to the most elementary and frequent mental activities of human beings. Its results are a basis for coming to a decision in a lot of situations and dimensions of our life. This book presents a novel approach to the advanced and sophisticated case, called intelligent counting, in which the objects of counting are imprecisely, fuzzily specified. Formally, this collapses to counting in fuzzy sets, interval-valued fuzzy sets or I-fuzzy sets (Atanassov's intuitionistic fuzzy sets).   The monograph is the first one showing and emphasizing that the presented methods of intelligent counting are human-consistent: are reflections and formalizations of real, human counting procedures performed under imprecision and, possibly, incompleteness of information. Other applications of intelligent counting in various areas of intelligent systems and decision support will be discussed, too.   The whole presentation is self-contained, systematic, and equipped with many examples, figures and tables. Computer and information scientists, researchers, engineers and practitioners, applied mathematicians, and postgraduate students interested in information imprecision are the target readers.


10.1007/978-3-642-34685-9 doi

Operations research.
Decision making.
Artificial intelligence.
Computational intelligence.
Computational Intelligence.
Operation Research/Decision Theory.
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).