Methods of construction of OWA operators from data
Beliakov, Gleb 2001, Methods of construction of OWA operators from data, in Meeting the grand challenge : machines that serve people : [proceedings of] the 10th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, December 2001, 2-5 December, the University of Melbourne, Australia, IEEE, Melbourne, Vic, pp. 184-187.
This paper investigates the problem of obtaining the weights of the ordered weighted aggregation (OWA) operators from observations. The problem is formulated as a restricted least squares and uniform approximation problems. We take full advantage of the linearity of the problem. In the former case, a well known technique of non-negative least squares is used. In a case of uniform approximation, we employ a recently developed cutting angle method of global optimisation. Both presented methods give results superior to earlier approaches, and do not require complicated nonlinear constructions. Additional restrictions, such as degree of orness of the operator, can be easily introduced
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010201 Approximation Theory and Asymptotic Methods
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