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Credit Rating Analysis with AFS Fuzzy Logic

DOI: 10.1007/11539902_152 Conference: Advances in Natural Computation, First International Conference, ICNC 2005, Changsha, China, August 27-29, 2005, Proceedings, Part III
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In this paper, we propose a new machine learning approach based on AFS (Axiomatic Fuzzy Sets) fuzzy logic, in attempt to pro- vide a better model with interpretability. First, we will concisely present the AFS theory. Second, we will propose new membership functions for fuzzy sets and their logic operations. Third, we will design a new machine learning algorithm based on the new membership functions and their logic operations. This algorithm has two advantages. One is that it can mimic the human reasoning comprehensively and offers a far more flex- ible and effective means for the study of large-scale intelligent systems. Another is its simplicity in implementation and mathematical beauty in fuzzy theory. Finally, a credit data example is used to illustrate its effectiveness.

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    • "In understanding the nature of learning approach the complement operation of the fuzzy sets has been given, thus a fuzzy logic system, which is called AFS fuzzy logic, has been developed [2]. In recent times, AFS theory has been developed and applied to fuzzy decision trees [5], fuzzy clustering analysis [6], fuzzy classifier [7] [8], formal concept analysis [9], fuzzy rough sets [10], fuzzy cognitive maps [11] and credit rating analysis [12], etc. "

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    • "Recently, AFS theory gets many developments in both theory and applications [24] [25]. It is used to fuzzy decision trees [10], credit rating analysis [11] and fuzzy clustering analysis [3] [17], etc. "
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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, first the axiomatic fuzzy set (AFS) clustering method [X.D. Liu, W. Wang, T.Y. Chai, The fuzzy clustering analysis based on AFS theory, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Part B 35 (5) (2005) 1013-1027] is investigated further by improving the algorithm to be more applicable, then it is used to analyze the evaluation results of 30 companies which have been studied and analyzed by G.-S. Liang et al. [G.S. Liang, T.Y. Chou, T.C. Han, Cluster analysis based on fuzzy equivalence relation, European Journal of Operational Research 166 (2005) 160-171]. Compared with Liang's algorithm, the proposed method is more transparent, understandable and interpretable. This method can be applied to the management strategic analysis based on the datasets described by mixed features such as real numbers, Boolean logical values, linguistic descriptions. The illustrative examples show that the interpretations of the clustering results of the 30 companies are almost consistent with the expert's intuitions.
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    • "In [27], the complement operation of the fuzzy sets has been obtained, thus a fuzzy logic system, which is called AFS fuzzy logic, has been developed. Recently, AFS theory has been developed further and applied to fuzzy decision trees [35], fuzzy clustering analysis [7], [33], [43], concept representations [31],[32], fuzzy cognitive maps [28] and credit rating analysis [37], etc.. "
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    ABSTRACT: As moving further into the age of machine intelligence and auto- mated decision-making, we have to deal with both the subjective imprecision of human perception-based information described in natural language and the ob- jective uncertainty of randomness universally existing in the real world. A basic limitation of standard probability theory which cannot deal with information described in natural language becomes a serious problem. With its abilities to represent natural language, the notion of AFS (Axiomatic Fuzzy Set) theory has proven useful in the clustering, classiflcations, concept representations and decision trees. In this paper, we apply AFS theory and probability theory to propose a new interpretation of the membership functions taking both fuzziness (subjective imprecision) and randomness (objective uncertainty) into account. So that uncertainty of randomness and of imprecision can be treated in a uni- fled and coherent manner under the AFS and probability framework. It opens a door to explore the deep mathematical analysis properties of fuzzy set the- ory and to a major enlargement of the role of natural languages in probability theory.
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