Composed fuzzy measure of maximized L-measure and delta-measure

Hsiang Chuan Liu, Hsien-Chang Tsai, Yu Du Jheng, Tung Sheng Liu

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The well known fuzzy measures, λ-measure and P-measure, have only one formulaic solution. Two multivalent fuzzy measures with infinitely many solutions, L-measure and d-measure, were proposed by our previous works, but the former do not include the additive measure as the latter and the latter has not so many measure solutions as the former, therefore, a composed fuzzy measure of above two measures, called LΔ -measure was proposed by our additional previous work. However, all of abovementioned fuzzy measures do not contain the largest measure, B-measure, which all not completed measures. In this paper, an improved completed fuzzy measure composed of maximized L-measure and λ-measure, denoted L -measure,is proposed. For evaluating the Choquet integral regression models with our proposed fuzzy measure and other different ones, two real data experiments by using a 5-fold cross-validation mean square error (MSE) were conducted. The performances of Choquet integral regression models with fuzzy measure based L -measure, L -measure, LΔ -measure, L-measure, Δ-measure, λ-measure, and P-measure, respectively, a ridge regression model, and a multiple linear regression model are compared. Both of two experimental results show that the Choquet integral regression models with respect to our new measure based on λ-support outperforms others forecasting models.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)474-483
Number of pages10
JournalWSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2010 Apr 1

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Information Systems
  • Computer Science Applications

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