|Outline of a Computational Theory for Linguistic Dynamic Systems: Toward Computing with Words|
|Source Publication||International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems
|Abstract||- ; This paper outlines a computational theory of linguistic dynamic systems for computing with words by fusing procedures and concepts from several differents areas: Kosko's geometric interpretation of fuzzy sets, Hsu's cell-to-cell mapping in nonlinear analysis , equi-distribution lattices in number theory , and dynamic programming in optimal control theory . The proposed framework enable us to conduct a globat dynamic analysis, systems design and synthesis for linguistic systems that use words or linguistic terms in computation , based on concepts and methods well developed for conventional dynamic systems . This theory has significant potential for modeling and analysis of systems where model，goal, control and feedback are primarily specified in words or linguistic terms.|
|Keyword||Computing With Words
Linguistic Dynamic Systems
|Corresponding Author||Fei-Yue Wang|
Fei-Yue Wang. Outline of a Computational Theory for Linguistic Dynamic Systems: Toward Computing with Words[J]. International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems,1998,2(2):211-224.
Fei-Yue Wang.(1998).Outline of a Computational Theory for Linguistic Dynamic Systems: Toward Computing with Words.International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems,2(2),211-224.
Fei-Yue Wang."Outline of a Computational Theory for Linguistic Dynamic Systems: Toward Computing with Words".International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems 2.2(1998):211-224.
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