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Re: fuzzy logic value
Posted:
Oct 2, 2009 11:11 AM


On Sep 30, 9:47 pm, noor hazlini borhan <nhazlinimohd...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Sep 30, 8:28 pm, "Sprinceana " <mihai...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > Hi! > > > You gave little detalis but I hope this link can help you: > > >http://www.mathworks.com/access/helpdesk/help/toolbox/fuzzy/index.htm... > > hi, > > thanks for sharing with me.Here are the little details regarding my > project.Firstly, i got the responses from the coders.For the first > set, i took 2 coders.Then, they will give their responses on the > students' discussion sentences.Actually , my project is coding data > reliability usingfuzzylogicfor students' discussion forum.But , for > the normal calculation of reliability withoutfuzzylogicvalue, if > one of the coder disagree with that sentence, the reliability value > will be low.So to overcome this problem, i want to usefuzzylogic > approach.So, usingfuzzylogic, if one of the coder did not agree with > the sentence, it's still got value right?So, the problem is, how to > calculate thefuzzyvalue for this.Please help me on this.If u have > any suggestion please tell me asap...thank you very much
From what i understand...
A training data set must be formed with 3 columns Coder is the number assigned to the coder, Value is the value he gave to the discussion and desired output is the value it should have.
Coder  Value  Desired output 001 1.5 3 002 0.5 4 : :
Open anfis edit...throw training data. generate FIS
similar to training data you should have some testing data without desired ouput throw that...and model will predict desired output



