Fuzzy rule interpolation for multidimensional input spaces in determining d50c of hydrocyclones
Wong, K.W., Fung, C.C., Eren, H. and Gedeon, T. (2003) Fuzzy rule interpolation for multidimensional input spaces in determining d50c of hydrocyclones. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 52 (6). pp. 1865-1869.
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Fuzzy rule-based systems have been very popular in many engineering applications. In mineral engineering, fuzzy rules are normally constructed using some fuzzy rule extraction techniques to establish the determination model in predicting the d50c of hydrocyclones. However, when generating fuzzy rules from the available information, it may result in a sparse fuzzy rule base. The use of more than one input variable is also common in hydrocyclone data analysis. This paper examines the application of fuzzy interpolation to resolve the problems using sparse fuzzy rule bases, and to perform analysis of fuzzy interpolation in multidimensional input spaces.
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