By Hung T. Nguyen

This learn monograph offers simple foundational features for a thought of records with fuzzy info, including a suite of useful purposes. Fuzzy info are modeled as observations from random fuzzy units. Theories of fuzzy good judgment and of random closed units are used as easy constituents in development statistical innovations and approaches within the context of obscure information, together with coarse information research. The monograph additionally goals at motivating statisticians to examine fuzzy data to magnify the area of applicability of data usually.

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It is interesting to observe that the random set formulation in sampling surveys sets up the general framework for statistical inference. , T 0 (u ) denotes the annual income of the individual u. Without being able to conduct a census T 0 is unknown, but T 0 is located in the parameter space 4 RU {T : U o R} . e. a probability density function on 2U ). Our random experiment consists of ”drawing” a subset A of U according to f. e. the restriction T 0 A of T 0 to A. Thus, we can view that the outcome is T 0 A , and not A per se.

5 Fusion of Fuzzy Data 33 D(C ) ³ yC ( y )dy ³ C ( y )dy All the above is a form of model –free regression analysis with fuzzy data. We will elaborate a little bit with the designed methodology as well as its rationale. In the above, we described an inference engine based on data which form a fuzzy rule base, without a rationale. A design or inference procedure is useful only if it leads to a good approximation of the input-output relation. Now the true input–output y = f(x) is unknown, and we have only some fuzzy information about it via the fuzzy rule base.

G. 2 Coarse Data 47 incomplete data that has been studied thoroughly is missing data, in which each data value is either known or entirely unknown. But this “yes” or “no” situation is only a special case of general patterns of incomplete data. Indeed, collected data could be neither entirely missing nor perfectly present. g. [34]). A typical example of this type of “not yes or no” is the following situation of imprecise observations. In performing an experiment or in observing natural phenomena, we might not be able to record correctly the values of locate them with some degree of accuracy, or more generally, locate them in some regions (subsets) of the sample space.