International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems

Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2011

Special Issue on Computational Intelligence in Decision Making

Tung-Kuang Wu, Yu-Chi Lin, Shian-Chang Huang, Ying-Ru Meng, Wen-Yau Liang
Pages: 29 - 43
Due to the implicit characteristics of learning disabilities (LDs), the diagnosis of students with learning disabilities has long been a difficult issue. Artificial intelligence techniques like artificial neural network (ANN) and support vector machine (SVM) have been applied to the LD diagnosis problem...
Xun Gong, Yong Yang, Jianhui Lin, Tianrui Li
Pages: 44 - 53
As facial expression is an essential way to convey human's feelings, in this paper, a dynamic selection ensemble learning method is proposed to analyze their emotion automatically. A feature selection algorithm is proposed at first based on rough set and the domain oriented data driven data mining theory,...
D. Liu, Y.Y. Yao, T.R. Li
Pages: 66 - 74
The decision-theoretic rough set model is adopted to derive a profit-based three-way approach to investment decision-making. A three-way decision is made based on a pair of thresholds on conditional probabilities. A positive rule makes a decision of investment, a negative rule makes a decision of noninvestment,...
Ana Karoline Araujo de Castro, Placido Rogério Pinheiro, Mirian Caliope Dantas Pinheiro, Isabelle Tamanini
Pages: 89 - 99
A hybrid model, combining influence diagrams and a multicriteria method, is presented in order to assist with the decision making process about which questions would be more attractive to the definition of the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, considering the stages of Clinical Dementia Rating. The modeling...