International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems

Volume 8, Issue 1, January 2015

1. A Desirability Function-Based Relatively Optimal Interval Core Model and an Algorithm for Fuzzy Profit Allocation Problems of Enterprise Strategy Alliance

Fei Guan, Qiang Zhang
Pages: 1 - 13
Enterprise strategic alliance is a win-win business competition mode that has been developed in both academia and industry. How to allocate total profit fairly in an uncertain environment, however, is an important factor affecting the stability of the strategic alliance. To handle this problem, this...

2. Extended hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets and their aggregation in group decision making

Hai Wang
Pages: 14 - 33
Group decision making problems which organize a group of experts to evaluate a set of alternatives with respect to several criteria are commonly discussed recently. Hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets, characterized by a set of consecutive linguistic terms, act as a new model for qualitative settings...

3. α-Minimal Resolution Principle For A Lattice-Valued Logic

Hairui Jia, Yang Xu, Yi Liu, Jun Liu
Pages: 34 - 43
Based on the academic ideas of resolution-based automated reasoning and the previously established research work on binary α-resolution based automated reasoning schemes in the framework of lattice-valued logic with truth-values in a lattice algebraic structure-lattice implication algebra (LIA),...

4. Active Power Dispatch Plan among Units in DFIG Based Wind Farm

Lefeng Zhang, Zengping Wang
Pages: 44 - 52
During normal operation, doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG) can generate certain range of reactive power according to the requirements of the power grid. According to the active power order from power dispatching center, a kind of wind turbines scheduling solution which also suits the actual operation...

5. Linguistic-Valued Approximate Reasoning With Lattice Ordered Linguistic-Valued Credibility

Li Zou, Yunxia Zhang, Xin Liu
Pages: 53 - 61
Linguistic terms are often used to represent the truth degree or credibility degree to manage the uncertainty or imprecision as one of popular ways of knowledge representation in the perception-based decision making problem. This present work represents the credibility of uncertain knowledge using linguistic...

6. Selection of Encoding Cardinality for a Class of Fitness Functions to Obtain Order-1 Building Blocks

Hongqiang Mo, Zhong Li, Lianfang Tian, Xiang Tian
Pages: 62 - 74
Encoding plays a key role in determining the optimization efficiency of a genetic algorithm. In the optimization of a continuous function, binary encodings are normally used due to their low coding-alphabet cardinalities. Nevertheless, from the viewpoint of building-block supply, it is remarked that...

7. The Evidential Reasoning Approach to Medical Diagnosis using Intuitionistic Fuzzy Dempster-Shafer Theory

Yanni Wang, Yaping Dai, Yu-wang Chen, Fancheng Meng
Pages: 75 - 94
For medical diagnosis, fuzzy Dempster-Shafer theory is extended to model domain knowledge under probabilistic and fuzzy uncertainty. However, there are some information loss using discrete fuzzy sets and traditional matching degree method. This study aims to provide a new evidential structure to reduce...

8. Double Circuit EHV Transmission Lines Fault Location with RBF Based Support Vector Machine and Reconstructed Input Scaled Conjugate Gradient Based Neural Network

K. Gayathri, N. Kumarappan
Pages: 95 - 105
A new algorithm is developed to enhance the solution for the problems associated with double circuit transmission lines for the mutual coupling between the two circuits under fault conditions and which is highly variable in nature. The algorithm depends on the three-line voltages and the six line currents...

9. Solutions to Open Problems on Fuzzy Filters of -algebras

Wang Wei, Arsham Borumand Saeid
Pages: 106 - 113
This paper focuses on the investigation of fuzzy filters of -algebras, an important and popular generic logical algebra. By studying the equivalent conditions of fuzzy fantastic filter and fuzzy normal filter of -algebras, the relation between these two filters are revealed. Two open problems of -algebras,...

10. Interval-Valued Linear Model

Xun Wang, Shoumei Li, Thierry Denœux
Pages: 114 - 127
This paper introduces a new type of statistical model: the interval-valued linear model, which describes the linear relationship between an interval-valued output random variable and real-valued input variables. Firstly, notions of variance and covariance of set-valued and interval-valued random variables...

11. A Decision Support Application in Tracking Construction Waste Using Rule-based Reasoning and RFID Technology

Lizong Zhang, Anthony S. Atkins
Pages: 128 - 137
Protection of the environment is currently a high profile concern and this is resulting in more effective recycling and reuse of materials. This paper outlines a research project for developing and using a ‘Technology Hub’ framework combining Computational Intelligence – Rule-based...

12. An Ant Colony-based Text Clustering System with Cognitive Situation Dimensions

Yi Guo, Yan Li, Zhiqing Shao
Pages: 138 - 157
In order to build human cognition features into the procedure of clustering, this paper introduces a novel text clustering system, CogTCA (Cognitive Text Clustering with Ants), which (1) represents texts according to four cognitive situation dimensions in form of cognitive situation matrices and vectors...

13. Cost-based Procedure for Multi-response Parameter Design Problems Using GEP, Taguchi Quality Loss, and PSO: Case Study on Heat Sink Design

Chih-Ming Hsu
Pages: 158 - 174
Most modern products/processes usually have several quality characteristics that must be optimized simultaneously; this is called a multi-response parameter design problem. To overcome shortcomings in the literature, including insufficient accuracy of second-order polynomials, subjective determination...

14. On inference rules in decision formal contexts

Jinhai Li, Changlin Mei, Lidong Wang, Junhong Wang
Pages: 175 - 186
Rule acquisition is one of the main purposes in the analysis of decision formal contexts. In general, the number of implications in a decision formal context is an exponential increase to the scale of the database. So, it is important to introduce effective inference rules between implications for eliminating...

15. Renewable Energy Perspective for Turkey Using Sustainability Indicators

Burcu Kuleli Pak, Yildiz E. Albayrak, Yasemin C. Erensal
Pages: 187 - 197
Energy indicators for sustainable development which were introduced by the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2005 were used in this study to determine a renewable energy perspective for Turkey. The decision making includes social, economic, and environmental factors which affect each other resulting...