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100 1  Ruan, Da 
245 10 Applied Computational Intelligence :|bProceedings of the 
       6th International FLINS Conference, Blankenberge, Belgium,
       September 1-3, 2004 
264  1 Singapore :|bWorld Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd,|c2004
264  4 |c©2004 
300    1 online resource (709 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- CONTENTS -- Foreword D. Ruan -- Invited Lectures 
       -- Uncertainty Modelling in Real-Time: From Logistics to 
       Financial Management H.-J. Zimmermann 1 -- Reasoning with 
       Uncertain Intelligence Information R.R. Yager -- An 
       Introduction to a Self Organizable & Regulating Engine P. 
       P. Wang and J. Robinson -- Hand Gesture as a Means of 
       Human-Friendly Interfacehteraction Z. Bien, J.-H. Do, J.-
       B. Kim, H. Jang, and D.-J. Kim -- 1. Basics on Hand 
       Gesture -- 1.1. Definition of Gesture -- 1.2. Taxonomy of 
       Hand Gesture -- 1.3. Hand Gesture Recognition -- 2. 
       Application Systems -- 2.1. Soft Remocon System -- 2.2. 
       Hand-signal Recognition System -- 2.3. Sign Language 
       Recognition System -- 3. Concluding Remark -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Higher-Order Neural Units
       for Image Processing and Their Applications to Robot 
       Routing Problems Z.-G. Hou, K.-I: Song, and M.M. Gupta -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. Higher-order neural units -- 3. Edge
       detection using higher-order neural units and applications
       to mobile robot routing problems -- 4. Conclusions -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Classifiers and Decision 
       Makers J. Montero -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Crisp 
       consistency in decision making -- 3. Fuzzy consistency in 
       decision making -- 4. Consistency in group decision making
       -- 5. Final comments -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 
       Fuzzy Data Mining: Fuzziness/Uncertainty in Discovery of 
       Associations G. Chen -- Uncertain Information Processing: 
       From Theory to Implementations at Southwest Jiaotong 
       University in China Y. Xu -- PART 1: FOUNDATIONS OF 
       COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE -- Progress and Prospect in 
       Lattice-Valued Logic Systems Based on Lattice Implication 
       Algebras Y. Xu, D. Ruan, and J. Liu -- 1. Introduction -- 
       2. Research Progress in Lattice-Valued Logic -- 2.1 
       Progress in LIAs -- 2.1.1 The structures of LIAs -- 2.1.2 
       Filters of LIAs -- 2.1.3 LI-ideals of LIAs 
505 8  2.1.4 Topology of LIAs -- 2.2 Progress in Lattice-Valued 
       Logic -- 2.2.1 Lattice-valued propositional logic LP(X) 
       andfirst-order logic LF(X) -- 2.2.3 Lattice-valued 
       propositional logic Lvpl and first-order logic Lvfl -- 2.3
       Progress in Uncertainty Reasoning Based on Lattice-Valued 
       Logic -- 2.4 Progress in Automatic Reasoning Based on 
       Lattice-Valued Logic -- 3. Prospect on Lattice-Valued 
       Logic Based on LIAs -- 3.1 Prospect on LIAs -- 3.2 
       Prospect on Lattice-Valued Logic Based on LIA -- 3.3 
       Prospect on Uncertainty Reasoning in Lattice-Valued Logic 
       -- 3.4 Prospect on Automatic Reasoning in Lattice-Valued 
       Logic -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Implication 
       Algebra by Meta-Theory of the Uncertainty G. Resconi -- 1.
       Introduction -- 2. Lattice Implication Algebras Axioms -- 
       3. Meta Theory of Uncertainty and Implication Algebra -- 
       4. Local and Global Transformatin of Logic Value in the 
       Set of Worlds -- Reference -- A Method of Constructing a 
       Quasi-Lattice Implication Algebra C. Zeng -- 1 . The 
       problem concerned -- 2. Algorithm -- 3. Example -- 4. 
       Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- On the 
       Construction of Finite Lattice Implication Algebras Y. Zhu
       -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3. Results and 
       Proofs -- Acknowledgments -- References -- The Relations 
       between Lattice Implication Algebras and Brouwerian 
       Lattice X . Pan, Y. Xu, and J. Liu -- 1. Introduction -- 
       2. Preliminaries -- 3. Relations between Brouwerian 
       lattice and lattice implication algebras -- 4. Conclusion 
       -- 5. Acknowledgements -- References -- Relating 
       Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets and Interval-Valued Fuzzy Sets 
       Through Bilattices O. Arieli, C. Cornelis, G. Deschrijver,
       and E.E. Kerre -- 1. Motivation -- 2. Preliminaries: IFSs,
       IVFSs, and Bilattices -- 2.1. Intuitionistic fuzzy sets 
       (IFSs) -- 2.2. Interval-valued fizzy sets (IVFSs) -- 3. 
       Squares and Triangles -- 3.1. Squares 
505 8  3.2. Triangles -- 4. Concluding Remarks -- References -- 
       Some Fuzzy LI-Ideals in Lattice Implication Algebras Y.L. 
       Liu, S.Y. Liu, and Y. Xu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Preliminaries -- 3. Fuzzy ILI-ideals of lattice 
       implication algebras -- 4. Fuzzy prime LI-ideal of lattice
       implication algebras -- 5. Fuzzy LI-ideal 
       characterizations of lattice implication algebras -- 
       References -- LI-Filters in Lattice Implication Algebras 
       Y.L. Liu, Y. Xu, and S.Y. Liu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Preliminaries -- 3. F (L) as a Brouwerian Lattice -- 4. IF
       (L) as a Boolean algebra -- 5. Some algebraic properties 
       of fuzzy LI-filters -- 6. Level LI-filter 
       characterizations of fuzzy LI-filters -- References -- The
       Properties of Implication Operator in Lattice Implication 
       Algebra L. Yi, Y. Xu, and Z. Pei -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       The equivalent definition of lattice implication algebra -
       - 3. The operation of implication operator in lattice 
       implication algebra -- References -- L-Valued Modal Fuzzy 
       Reasoning Based on the Lv PL Z. Ping and Y. Xu -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. L-valued modal fuzzy reasoning -- 
       Acknowledgement -- References -- A Resolution Method on 
       Lattice-Valued Tense Propositional Logic W Li and Y. Xu --
       1. Introduction -- 2. ( , t ) - Resolution Principle on 
       LTP(x) -- 3. ( , t ) - Resolution Algorithm on LTP(x) -- 
       4. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Lattice
       Implication Algebra Model of Linguistic Variable Truth and
       Its Inference Z. Pei and Y. Xu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Ordering structure of linguistic domain -- 3. Lattice 
       implication algebra model of (T',    c) -- 4. Reasoning by
       directly handling linguistic terms -- 5. Conclusion -- 
       References -- The Logic Validity of Analogy Inference and 
       Learning W. Pan and Y. Pan -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The 
       Unified Representation of Inference Problem -- 3. 
       Constraints on Logic Valid Analogy Inference in UOL 
505 8  4. The Logic Validity of Semantic Similarity -- 5. 
       Conclusion -- References -- -Automated Reasoning Method 
       Based on LP(X) W Wang, B. Jiang, and Y. Xu -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. a-resolution field of 0-IESFs and 1-
       IESFs -- 3.    -Automated Reasoning Method Based on LP(X) 
       -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Neural Networks = Fuzzy 
       Rule Bases E. Kolman and M. Margaliot -- 1. Introduction -
       - 2. All-Permutations Fuzzy Rule-Base -- 3. Application: 
       Rule Extraction -- 4. Conclusions -- References -- 
       Analysis of Weight Characteristics in a Multilayer 
       Perceptron W Kastnel -- T Forstel -- and R. Hampel -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Generation of the evaluation values for
       weight topology -- 2.1. DeJinition of weight factors -- 
       2.2. Definition of the correlation weight -- 2.3. Relation
       to statistical values -- 3. Demonstration of the 
       methodology on an example -- 4. Conclusions -- References 
       -- Immune Emergent Computation-Based Bio-Network 
       Architecture and Its Simulation Platform X. Zhang, I: Ding,
       L. Ren, and L. Gao -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Immune 
       Emergent Computation -- 3. The Design of Immune-Based Bio-
       network Architecture -- 3.1 Bio-entity and its Survivable 
       Environment -- 3.2 Bio-network Core Services -- 3.3 Bio-
       network Low-Level Functional Modules -- 3.4 Bio-network 
       Simulation Platform -- 4. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -
       - Reference -- Fuzzy Analysis and Calculation Based on the
       Structured Element S. Guo -- 1. Preliminaries -- 2. Fuzzy 
       structured element and fuzzy number -- 3. Analytic 
       representations of Fuzzy-valued functions -- 4. 
       Differential and integral of Fuzzy-valued function -- 
       References -- Ranking Fuzzy Numbers with the General 
       Characteristic Z. Wang and Q. Mou -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
       Corresponding notations and definitions -- 3. The Proposed
       Comparison Function -- 4. Numerical Examples -- 5. 
       Conclusion -- References 
505 8  An Inclusion Measure for Rough Sets Z. Deng and Y. Xu -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. A New Inclusion Measure -- 3. 
       Relations to Other Concepts -- References -- A Semantic 
       Model of Linguistic Truth Variable Z. Wu and Y. Xu -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. A Semantic Model of Linguistic Truth 
       Variable -- 2.1 A Linguistic Truth Variable Team -- 2.2 
       Construct A Complete Linguistic Truth Variable Team -- 2.3
       A Semantic Model of Linguistic Truth Variable -- 3. 
       Example -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- A Multi-
       Attribute Evaluating Approach based on Analysis and 
       Learning of Attribute Coordinate J. Feng and N. Lu -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Local most satisfactory solution -- 3. 
       Local most satisfactory solutions set (or mind standard 
       level) -- 4. Local and Global satisfactory degree problem 
       -- 5. Concluding remarks -- Reference -- PART 2: KNOWLEDGE
       DISCOVERY AND DECISION MAKING -- Mining Causality from 
       Imperfect Data L. J. Mazlack -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. 
       Data Mining, Introduction -- 1.2. Naive Association Rules 
       Can Lead To Bad Decisions -- 2. Causality -- 3. 
       Recognizing Causality Basics -- 4. Problems With Using 
       Probability -- 5. Epilogue -- Acknowledgment -- References
       -- Discovering Frequent Patterns in Sequence Groups J. W. 
       Guan, D.A. Bell, and D. Y. Liu -- 1 Introduction -- 2 
       Sequences and Containing Relations -- 3 Frequent Patterns 
       Contained in a Sequence Group -- 4 Theorems for Finding 
       Patterns -- 5 Summary and Future Work -- References -- 
       Empirically Validating an Adapted Classification Based on 
       Associations Algorithm on UCI Data D. Janssens, Y. Lun, G.
       Wets, G. Chen, and T: Brijs -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 
       Classification based on associations -- 3. Identifying 
       weaknesses and proposing adaptations to CBA -- 3.1. Limits
       of conditional probability (confidence) -- 3.2. Intensity 
       of implication -- 4. Empirical section -- 5. Conclusion --
       Acknowledgement -- References 
505 8  A Method for Association Rules Mining J. Ma, G. Chen, E. 
       E. Kerre, and D. Ruan 
520    Key Features:Investigation of new developments and 
       technical limits on applied computational 
       intelligenceDemonstration of added value of applied 
       computational intelligencePresentation of direct and 
       potential real world applications of applied computational
       intelligence 
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