Congress 934
Author/s
  • A. Bugarín, N. Marín, D. Sánchez, G. Triviño
DOI
Source
  • 16th World Congress of the International Fuzzy Systems Association - 9th Conference of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology. Gijón, España. 2015

Fuzzy Knowledge Representation for Linguistic Description of Time Series

The linguistic description of data intends to provide texts that convey the most important information contained in the data. One of the main tasks to be carried out in order to build a linguistic description is the extraction and representation of the knowledge to be transmitted. To perform this task, adequate mechanisms for knowledge representation are needed. In this paper we focus on time series data and analyze three knowledge representation languages that arise in the field of Fuzzy Sets Theory, particularly Computing with Words and Perceptions: the use of protoforms, the Granular Linguistic Model of a Phenomenon and, specially, advocating for a deeper development and use of fuzzy temporal models.
Keywords: Linguistic Description of Data, Time Series, Knowledge Representation, Protoforms, Granular Linguistic Model of a Phenomenom, Fuzzy Temporal Knowledge representation models, Fuzzy Temporal Rules.
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