frbs: Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems for Classification and Regression Tasks
Version 3.1-0

An implementation of various learning algorithms based on fuzzy rule-based systems (FRBSs) for dealing with classification and regression tasks. Moreover, it allows to construct an FRBS model defined by human experts. FRBSs are based on the concept of fuzzy sets, proposed by Zadeh in 1965, which aims at representing the reasoning of human experts in a set of IF-THEN rules, to handle real-life problems in, e.g., control, prediction and inference, data mining, bioinformatics data processing, and robotics. FRBSs are also known as fuzzy inference systems and fuzzy models. During the modeling of an FRBS, there are two important steps that need to be conducted: structure identification and parameter estimation. Nowadays, there exists a wide variety of algorithms to generate fuzzy IF-THEN rules automatically from numerical data, covering both steps. Approaches that have been used in the past are, e.g., heuristic procedures, neuro-fuzzy techniques, clustering methods, genetic algorithms, squares methods, etc. Furthermore, in this version we provide a universal framework named 'frbsPMML', which is adopted from the Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML), for representing FRBS models. PMML is an XML-based language to provide a standard for describing models produced by data mining and machine learning algorithms. Therefore, we are allowed to export and import an FRBS model to/from 'frbsPMML'. Finally, this package aims to implement the most widely used standard procedures, thus offering a standard package for FRBS modeling to the R community.

Package details

AuthorLala Septem Riza, Christoph Bergmeir, Francisco Herrera, and Jose Manuel Benitez
Date of publication2015-05-22 13:19:10
MaintainerChristoph Bergmeir <c.bergmeir@decsai.ugr.es>
LicenseGPL (>= 2) | file LICENSE
Version3.1-0
URL http://sci2s.ugr.es/dicits/software/FRBS
Package repositoryView on CRAN
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install.packages("frbs")

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