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On Contradiction and Inclusion Using Functional Degrees

Nicolás Madrid, Manuel Ojeda-Aciego
Pages: 464 - 471
The notion of inclusion is a cornerstone in set theory and therefore, its generalization in fuzzy set theory is of great interest. The degree of f-inclusion is one generalization of such a notion that differs from others existing in the literature because the degree of inclusion is considered as a mapping...

A Novel Cause-Effect Variable Analysis in Enterprise Architecture by Fuzzy Logic Techniques

C. Rubio-Manzano, Juan Carlos Díaz, D. Alfonso-Robaina, A. Malleuve, Jesús Medina
Pages: 511 - 523
In this paper, we present a new integration approach for managing Information Technology variables within enterprise architecture in an integrated way. Additionially, a novel method based on fuzzy logic for cause-effect variable analysis is proposed as a useful support decision-making tool for companies...

A Fuzzy Framework to Evaluate Players' Performance in Handball

Francisco P. Romero, Eusebio Angulo, Jesús Serrano-Guerrero, José A. Olivas
Pages: 549 - 558
The evaluation of the players' performance in sports teams is commonly based on the opinion of experts who do not always agree on the importance of the chosen indicators. This paper presents a novel approach based on fuzzy multi-criteria group decision-making tools for selecting those criteria that...

Using Recurrent Neural Networks for Part-of-Speech Tagging and Subject and Predicate Classification in a Sentence

David Muñoz-Valero, Luis Rodriguez-Benitez, Luis Jimenez-Linares, Juan Moreno-Garcia
Pages: 706 - 716
In natural language processing the use of deep learning techniques is very common. In this paper, a technique to identify the subject and predicate in a sentence is introduced. To achieve this, the proposed technique completes POS tagging identifying in a later stage the subject and the predicate in...

An Efficient Evolutionary Metaheuristic for the Traveling Repairman (Minimum Latency) Problem

Boldizsár Tüű-Szabó, Péter Földesi, László T. Kóczy
Pages: 781 - 793
In this paper we revisit the memetic evolutionary family of metaheuristics, called Discrete Bacterial Memetic Evolutionary Algorithm (DBMEA), whose members combine Furuhashi's Bacterial Evolutionary Algorithm and various discrete local search techniques. These algorithms have proven to be efficient...

Group-Like Uninorms

Sándor Jenei
Pages: 954 - 965
Uninorms play a prominent role both in the theory and the applications of aggregations and fuzzy logic. In this paper a class of uninorms, called group-like uninorms will be introduced and a complete structural description will be given for a large subclass of them. First, the four versions of a general...

Kernels of Residuated Maps as Complete Congruences in Lattices

Branimir Šešelja, Andreja Tepavčević
Pages: 966 - 973
In a context of lattice-valued functions (also called lattice-valued fuzzy sets), where the codomain is a complete lattice L, an equivalence relation defined on L by the equality of related cuts is investigated. It is known that this relation is a complete congruence on the join-semilattice reduct of...

Multiple Bipolar Fuzzy Measures: An Application to Community Detection Problems for Networks with Additional Information

Inmaculada Gutiérrez, Daniel Gómez, Javier Castro, Rosa Espínola
Pages: 1636 - 1649
In this paper we introduce the concept of multiple bipolar fuzzy measures as a generalization of a bipolar fuzzy measure. We also propose a new definition of a group, which is based on the multidimensional bipolar fuzzy relations of its elements. Taking into account this information, we provide a novel...