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This thesis thoroughly investigates the issues related to transparency. Fuzzy systems are generally divided into two classes. It is shown here that for these classes different definitions of transparency apply. For standard fuzzy systems that use fuzzy propositions in EF-THEX rules, explicit transparency constraints have been derived. Based on these constraints, exploitation/modification schemes of existing identification algorithms are suggested, moreover, a new algorithm for training standard fuzzy systems has been proposed, with a considerable potential to reduce the gap between accuracy and transparency in fuzzy modeling. For 1st order Takagi-Sugeno systems that are interpreted in terms of local linear models, such conditions cannot be derived due to system architecture and its undesirable interpolation properties of 1st order TS systems. It is. however, possible to solve the transparency preservation problem in the context of modeling with another proposed method that benefits from rale activation degree exponents.
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Riidaku is a village in Raikküla Parish, Rapla County in northwestern Estonia.
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