A Fuzzy Data-Driven Paradigmatic Predictor

Amirjavid, Farzad and Nemati, Hamidreza and Barak, Sasan (2019) A Fuzzy Data-Driven Paradigmatic Predictor. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 52 (13). pp. 2366-2371. ISSN 2405-8963

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Data-driven prediction of future events is to provide decision-makers Predictive Information (PI) to decrease human-error. They usually desire possession of a predictor which works independently from the humanized configurations and works efficiently and accurately. The accurate data-driven prediction of the systems' behavior is the primary focus of this paper. We define the future state of a system is a set of uncertain values, which can be modeled by fuzzy numbers. The future machine state is not very dissimilar to the current status, and the next event is a sort of behavior repetition. The PI also justifies the system being in a trend to achieve a goal, and it counts the unplanned contextual reactions of the system. In this paper, we come up with a fuzzy data-driven predictor application to foretell the system behavior.

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