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Fuzzy clustering and Its applications

01 Jan 1979-
About: The article was published on 1979-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 7 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Fuzzy clustering & Fuzzy set operations.
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27 Jun 2011
TL;DR: The applications of neural network and cluster analysis in the previous forecast and real-time monitoring provide reliable guarantee for coal mine safety, and ensure the establishing of automatic alarming software system.
Abstract: For the forecasting and waring systerm of coal spontaneous combustion, the using of multi-index data fusion technology for predicting the dangerous degree of coal spontaneous combustion is more scientific and reliability than the single index parameter. Through extracting multi-index gases and gas-ratio based on sensitivity and regularity of index gases, such as N 2 , O 2 , CO, CO 2 , CH 4 , C 2 H 2 and so on, and according the nonlinear mapping relationship between temperature and gas index, the applications of neural network and cluster analysis in the previous forecast and real-time monitoring provide reliable guarantee for coal mine safety, and ensure the establishing of automatic alarming software system.

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01 Jan 2015
TL;DR: The main theoretical approaches which are needed for building effective systems of analysis and processing of text structures are considered, including a systematic text presentation in which text structure is treated with a single system point of view and several structural levels are discriminated.
Abstract: We have considered the main theoretical approaches which are needed for building effective systems of analysis and processing of text structures. These aspects include a systematic text presentation in which text structure is treated with a single system point of view and several structural levels are discriminated. The principle of systematic text presentation determines the formalization and representation of the text underlying properties in an explicit form, this form refl ects internal regularities of the texts. The stream presentation implies the consideration of the texts as a continuous information fl ow with structural elements inside. The theory of compression uses the methods of data compression, based on the identifi cation of the internal regularities and the structure of compressible objects (texts). Fuzzy theory involves the use of fuzzy models in the presentation of text data using qualitative, imprecise or uncertain features. The requirements to models of text structures in their processing systems are formulated based on the theoretical aspects.