Fuzzy Rule-Based Classification with Hypersphere Information Granules
Fuzzy rule-based classification has been studied by a number of classification architectures. In this study, hypersphere information granules are used to form initial fuzzy classification model in an intuitive and interpretative way. The principle of justifiable granularity offers a certain way to optimizing information granules while facing the coverage and specificity criteria. By engaging a synergy of the principle of justifiable granularity and migrating prototypes, the refined classification model is constructed for better classification performance. A series of experiments concerning synthetic datasets and comparative studies are also implemented to exhibit the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed classification method.
This research was supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant No. 61876029.
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