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Social Choice Voting with Linguistic Preferences and Difference in Support
(Springer Verlag, 2013-07)
A new aggregation rule in social choice voting with linguistic intensities of preferences between pairs of alternatives is introduced. This new aggregation rule leads to the definition of linguistic majorities with difference ...
A dynamic rule-induction method for classification in data mining
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2015-10)
Rule induction (RI) produces classifiers containing simple yet effective ‘If–Then' rules for decision makers. RI algorithms normally based on PRISM suffer from a few drawbacks mainly related to rule pruning and rule-sharing ...
Evolutionary Fuzzy K-Nearest Neighbors Algorithm using Interval-Valued Fuzzy Sets
One of the most known and effective methods in supervised classification is the k-nearest neighbors classifier. Several approaches have been proposed to enhance its precision, with the fuzzy k-nearest neighbors (fuzzy-kNN) ...
A Proposed Framework to Support Adaptivity in E-learning Systems
The revolution of the Internet and technology has dramatically changed the educational system in many countries. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are becoming crucial and widely used in many educational institutions for ...