In this paper it is pointed out that a classification is always made taking into account all the available classes, i.e., by means of a classification system. The approach presented in this paper generalizes the classical definition of fuzzy partition as defined by Ruspini, which is now conceived as a quite often desirable objective that can be usually obtained only after a long learning process. In addition, our model allows the evaluation of the resulting classification, according to several indexes related to covering, relevance and overlapping.

Fuzzy classification systems

CUTELLO, Vincenzo
2004

Abstract

In this paper it is pointed out that a classification is always made taking into account all the available classes, i.e., by means of a classification system. The approach presented in this paper generalizes the classical definition of fuzzy partition as defined by Ruspini, which is now conceived as a quite often desirable objective that can be usually obtained only after a long learning process. In addition, our model allows the evaluation of the resulting classification, according to several indexes related to covering, relevance and overlapping.
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