Resolving the conflict between competitive and cooperative behavior in Michigan-type fuzzy classifier systems

P. Haslinger, U. Bodenhofer. Resolving the conflict between competitive and cooperative behavior in Michigan-type fuzzy classifier systems. pages 297-302, 9, 2005.

Autoren
  • Peter Haslinger
  • Ulrich Bodenhofer
BuchProc. 4th Conf. of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology and 11 Recontres Francophones sur al Logique Flou et ses Applications (EUSFLAT/LFA 2005)
TypIn Konferenzband
ISBN84-7653-872-3
Monat9
Jahr2005
Seiten297-302
Abstract A vital problem for fuzzy classifier systems of the Michigan type is the conflict of competition and cooperationof rules. Whereas the classical approach of a classifier system circumvents this complicacy by the total lack ofcollaboration of classifiers, the fuzzification approach has to deal with it. This paper proposes a solution to thisdilemma by introducing a special encoding of the classifiers and by performing a selection algorithm on a sub group of firing rules.