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There is no universally accepted methodology to determine how much confidence one should place in the output of a classification system. Leap and Bauer (15) present a confidence paradigm based on the assumptions that system confidence acts like, or can be modeled as value and that indication...
The choice of role selection for individuals in working team software developing projects is the basis of all Software Developing Process for organizations to be competitive in the industry. This paper proposes a Decision Making Fuzzy Model for Software Engineering Role Assignment based on Fuzzy...
Decision Theory and Pattern Recognition (PR) are inter-related. Indeed, if a practitioner is faced with a set of decisions and is required to make one based on the current "state of the world", the problem is easily mapped into a PR problem where one maps the ``state of the world'' into the...
One way to organize knowledge and make its search and retrieval easier is to create a structural representation divided by hierarchically related topics. Once this structure is built, it is necessary to find labels for each of the obtained clusters. In many cases the labels must be built using...
This paper focuses on a Stackelberg location problem on a tree network with demands whose sites are given uncertainly and vaguely. By representing their sites as fuzzy random variables on it, the distances from demands to facilities can be defined as fuzzy random numbers, and then the location...
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