Hybridizing genetic algorithms with sharing scheme and evolution strategies for designing approximate fuzzy rule-based systems
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Fuzzy rule-based systemsApproximate Mamdani-type knowledge basesGenetic fuzzy rule-based systemsGenetic algorithmsEvolution strategiesNichingInductive learning
Cordon, O., & Herrera, F. (2001). Hybridizing genetic algorithms with sharing scheme and evolution strategies for designing approximate fuzzy rule-based systems. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 118(2), 235-255. [doi: 10.1016/S0165-0114(98)00349-2]
Genetic algorithms and evolution strategies are combined in order to build a multi-stage hybrid evolutionary algorithm for learning constrained approximate Mamdani-type knowledge bases from examples. The genetic algorithm niche concept is used in two of the three stages composing the learning process with the purpose of improving the accuracy of the designed fuzzy rule-based systems. The proposed genetic fuzzy rule-based system is used to solve an electrical engineering problem and the results obtained are compared with other methods presenting different characteristics.