|Title||Learning Fuzzy Linguistic Models from Low Quality Data by Genetic Algorithms|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||Sánchez, L., and Otero J.|
|Conference Name||2007 IEEE International Fuzzy Systems Conference|
|Keywords||Degradation, Fuzzy sets, Fuzzy systems, genetic algorithms, Global Positioning System, incremental rule base learning techniques, Iterative algorithms, iterative learning degrades, knowledge based systems, learning (artificial intelligence), learning fuzzy linguistic models, Low Quality Data, Noise measurement, Pareto front form, Pareto optimisation, Position measurement, Stochastic resonance, Uncertainty|
Incremental rule base learning techniques can be used to learn models and classifiers from interval or fuzzy-valued data. These algorithms are efficient when the observation error is small. This paper is about datasets with medium to high discrepancies between the observed and the actual values of the variables, such as those containing missing values and coarsely discretized data. We will show that the quality of the iterative learning degrades in this kind of problems, and that it does not make full use of all the available information. As an alternative, we propose a new implementation of a mutiobjective Michigan-like algorithm, where each individual in the population codifies one rule and the individuals in the Pareto front form the knowledge base.