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Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules

advanced approaches advanced approaches to linguistic data mining

by Hisao Ishibuchi

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Classification,
  • Linguistic analysis (Linguistics),
  • Linguistic informants,
  • Linguistic models,
  • Computational linguistics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHisao Ishibuchi, Tomoharu Nakashima, Manabu Nii.
    SeriesAdvanced information processing
    ContributionsNakashima, Tomoharu., Nii, Manabu.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP203 .I74 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 307 p. :
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3316602M
    ISBN 103540207678
    LC Control Number2004114623

    However, while linguistic information is readily available, it is not operational and thus it has to be made usable though expressing it in terms of information granules. To do so, Granular Computing, which has emerged as a unified and coherent framework of designing, processing, and interpretation of information granules, can be used. Therefore, new models for representing and managing multi-granular linguistic distribution assessments will be developed. Consequently, the aim of this paper is to introduce a new linguistic computational model which is able to deal with multi-granular linguistic information bykeeping the maximum information at .

    Language classification may refer to. Language family, a group of languages descended from a common ancestor; Linguistic typology, a field of linguistics that classifies languages by structural and functional features. Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization and Its Application to Multiobjective Fuzzy Rule Extraction 50 book chapters, and 2 books. He has also published more T. Nakashima, M. Nii: Classification and Modeling with Linguistic Information Granules: Advanced .

    Cloud related concepts. Definition 2. [] Given a qualitative concept T defined over a universe of discourse UIf x (x ∈ X) is a random instantiation of the concept T and G T (x) ∈ [0, 1]: U → G T (x) is the certainty degree of x belonging to T, which corresponds to a random number with a steady the distribution of the membership on the domain is called a membership. The book looks specifically at the archaeological classification of ceramics as a lens through which to examine the discursive and social practices inherent in the classification and categorization process, with perspectives from such areas as corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology forming the.


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While words play a central role in human information processing, linguistic models are Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules book often used in the fields of classification and modeling. If there is no goal other than the maximization of accuracy in classification and model­ ing, mathematical models may always be preferred to linguistic models.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Chapter 1 discusses linguistic information granules (with classification and modeling being handled as linguistic rule extraction from numerical data).

Chapter 2 discusses pattern classification with linguistic rules (single-winner versus voting-based, with computer simulations presented using the University of California, Irvine (UCI) machine.

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These approaches are usually based on mathematical mod­ els. Computer systems can easily handle mathematical models even when they are complicated and Price: $ Get this from a library. Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules: advanced approaches to linguistic data mining.

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Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules: Advanced approaches to linguistic data mining Book January with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Cite this chapter as: () Linguistic Information Granules. In: Classification and Modeling with Linguistic Information Granules.

Advanced Information Processing. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Linguistic information granules Pattern classification with linguistic rules Learning of linguistic rules Input selection and rule selection Genetics-based machine learning Multi-objective design of linguistic models The fact that processing is done on a conceptual rather than on a numerical level, combined with the representation of granules using linguistic terms, results in increased interpretability.

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Wing, Pete Bettinger. Classification and Modeling with Linguistic Information Granules: Advanced Approaches to Linguistic Data Mining (Advanced Information Processing), 1st edition, Hisao Ishibuchi, Tomoharu Nakashima, Manabu Nii.

There is broad interest in feature extraction, construction, and selection among practitioners from statistics, pattern recognition, and data mining to machine learning. Data preprocessing is an essential step in the knowledge discovery process for real-world applications.

This book compiles contributions from many leading and active researchers in this growing field and paints a picture of. PDF Advanced English Grammar A Linguistic Approach Free Books. Report. Books Advanced English Grammar: A Linguistic Approach Free Online. Aidenkennedy. Read Classification and Modeling with Linguistic Information Granules: Advanced Approaches to.

Gloria Herman. Read Understanding English Grammar A Linguistic Introduction EBooks. Information granules, as encountered in natural language, are implicit in nature.

To make them fully operational so they can be effectively used to analyze and design intelligent systems, information granules need to be made explicit. An emerging discipline, granular computing focuses on formalizing. Classification models include logistic regression, decision tree, random forest, gradient-boosted tree, multilayer perceptron, one-vs-rest, and Naive Bayes.

Let’s look from a high level at some. Ishibuchi H, Nakashima T, Nii M () Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules: Advanced approaches to linguistic data mining, Springer, Berlin For different issues associated to the trade-off between interpretability and accuracy of FRBSs, the two following edited books present a collection of contributions in the topic.

Granular Computing is concerned with constructing and processing carried out at the level of information granules. Using information granules, we comprehend the world and interact with it, no matter which intelligent endeavor this may involve.

The landscape of granular computing is immensely rich and involves set theory (interval mathematics), fuzzy sets, rough sets, random sets linked. Information granules, as encountered in natural language, are implicit in nature. To make them fully operational so they can be effectively used to analyze and design intelligent systems, information granules need to be made explicit.

An emerging discipline, granular computing focuses on. Linguistic Information Granules 2. Pattern Classification with Linguistic Rules 3. Learning of Linguistic Rules 4. Input Selection and Rule Selection 5. Genetics-Based Machine Learning 6. Multi-Objective Design of Linguistic Models 7.

Comparison of Linguistic Discretization with Interval Discretization 8. Modeling with Linguistic Rules 9.Hisao Ishibuchi has written: 'Classification and modeling with linguistic information granules' -- subject(s): Classification, Computational linguistics, Language and languages, Linguistic.linguistic analysis, such as the POS trigram fea-tures and the function word frequency features re-duces accuracy by about one percent.

Interestingly, the use of syntactic and semantic features alone yields classification accuracy below the other fea-ture combinations. In combination, though, these.