Computing With Words
Paul P. Wang
- 出版商: Wiley
- 出版日期: 2001-04-13
- 售價: $1,100
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,045
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 451
- 裝訂: Hardcover
- ISBN: 0471353744
- ISBN-13: 9780471353744
Computing with words is a fascinating new way of looking at problems related to knowledge representation, symbolic reasoning, natural language, and intelligent control and systems using the concepts of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic. Offering important insights into designing a system that can cope with the complexities of the natural world, Computing with Words is the first book to present research with a fuzzy logic description.
Researchers have dubbed the twenty-first century the "century of semantics," and this timely volume is a response to the need and demand for a book on the evolving topic of computing with words. The chapters are written by leading researchers within the fuzzy research community and provide a complete overview of theory, current technology, and potential applications. A larger view of semiotics and intelligence systems as they relate to computing with words is also presented.
Drawing from the foundations of Lotfi Zadeh’s theory of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic, Computing with Words offers extensive coverage of fuzzy expert systems, while also including substantial materials on related issues in order to increase the fundamental and archival values of Zadeh’s theory. Researchers in fuzzy logic, information science, and linguistic computation will find Computing with Words an essential source of information.
Table of Contents
Foreword (L. Zadeh).
Preface (P. Wang).
How Do Our Senses Talk to Our Actuators? (J. Albus & A. Meystel).
Computing with Words: Introduction, Implications, and Applications (P. Wang).
From Computing with Numbers to Computing with Words—From Manipulation of Measurements to Manipulation of Perceptions (L. Zadeh).
Computing with Words: The Problems and Solutions (A. Meystel & P. Wang).
Granular Relational Computing with Semiotic Descriptors Using BK-Products of Fuzzy Relations (L. Kohout, et al.).
Computing Granular Word Meanings: A Fuzzy Linguistic Approach in Computational Semiotics (B. Rieger).
Extracting Information from Text (A. Bagga, et al.).
Cognitive Sciences and Computing with Words (B. Juliano).
Combining Linguistic Information in a Distributed Intelligent Agent Model for Information Gathering on the Internet (M. Delgado, et al.).
Numeric Robustess and Linguistic Perspicuity: A Hybrid Approach to Knowledge Acquisition (T. Whalen & G. Gim).
Computing with Descriptive and Veristic Words: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (I. Trksen).
Principles of Word-Based Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Processing of CW (A. Meystel).
Fuzzy Qualitative Reasoning with Words (D. Dubois, et al.).
Beyond Process and Action Symbols (T. Yang).