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The interpolative reasoning is proposed by Koczy and Hirota [42, 43] for the sparse fuzzy rule base.
Hence, we can use the total lossless bit rate, bp[p.sub.L], to compare hierarchical interpolative algorithms.
(2) Data assimilation differs from other interpolative processes in that the prior is the forecast from the previous analysis.
Using the above result we are able to recover the interpolative inequality from [4-6,10] (Theorem 3.2 below), that we can also, in some sense, call Holder's inequality for multiple exponents.
Since the interpolative prediction of an inner SHLC is actually two-dimensional interpolation, the approximation error should be optimally suppressed.
[55] introduced a new approach to build a polygonal rough-fuzzy set and presented a novel fuzzy interpolative reasoning approach for sparse fuzzy rule-based systems based on the ratio of fuzziness of the constructed polygonal rough-fuzzy sets.
(36) Zizek argues to this end, that the subject re-emerges as the very 'exception' to an interpolative ideology that seeks, always unsuccessfully, to completely over-determine the subject.
That returning, remembering "leaf" quietly falls once more, prolonging the hope that as long as poetic syntax is allowed to remember itself without the interpolative remembering of the poet or reader, so long will these delicate forms of knowing be sustained.
He calls the use of imagination in interpreting Scripture interpolative reading or "personal hermeneutical method."
This is an interpolative method for response approximation (Sacks et al., 1989; Jones, 2001).
Ensuing chapters discuss techniques such as multimodality imaging, nonlinear unsharp masking, wavelet-based feature extraction, fractal analysis, image reconstruction, and other interpolative procedures in the detection of breast, skin, and prostate cancers.
The ChOs are reference objects possessing known values of the multicriteria K, which enable interpolative evaluation of new objects.