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dc.contributor.authorHanmandlu, M-
dc.contributor.authorMadasu, V K-
dc.contributor.authorVasikarla, S-
dc.identifier.citationInformation Technology: Coding and Computing Computers and Communications Proceedings ITCC International Conference on, 627 - 634p.en
dc.description.abstractCluster-weighted modeling (CWM) is emerging as a versatile tool for modeling dynamical systems. It is a mixture density estimator around local models. To be specific, the input regions together with output regions are treated to be Gaussian serving as local models. These models are linked by a linear or non-linear function involving the mixture of densities of local models. The present work shows a connection between the CWM and generalized fuzzy model (GFM) thus paving the way for utilizing the concepts of probability theory in the fuzzy domain that has already emerged as a versatile tool for solving problems in uncertain dynamic systems.en
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dc.subjectcluster-weighted modelingen
dc.subjectgeneralized fuzzy modelen
dc.titleCluster-weighted modeling as a basis for fuzzy modelingen
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