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Enhanced equal frequency partition method for the identification of a water demand system

AuthorsEscobet Canal, Antoni; Huber Garrido, Rafael; Nebot, Àngela; Cellier, François E.
KeywordsUnsupervised partitioning
Fuzzy inductive reasoning
Water demand system
Control theory
Issue Date2000
PublisherSociety for Computer Simulation
Citation2000 AI simulation and planning in high autonomy systems : 209-215(2000)
AbstractThis paper deals with unsupervised partitioning. A first goal of this paper is to present an enhancement to the Equal Frequency Partition (EFP) method that allows to reduce, to some extent, the main drawback of this classical classification method, i.e. the data distribution dependency. A second goal of this work is to use the Enhanced Equal Frequency Partition (EEFP) method within the discretization process of the Fuzzy Inductive Reasoning (FIR) methodology for the identification of a model of a water demand system. It is shown that use of the EEFP method allows to obtain more accurate FIR models of the water demand system, reducing the prediction errors.
Description2000 Society for Computer Simulation International, San Diego, Estats Units d'Amèrica.
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