ATIP Report: IEEE Fuzzy, March 1995 Yokohama -- Program

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REPORT: ATIP95.21 : IEEE Fuzzy, March 1995 Yokohama -- Program

ABSTRACT: Program of the technical papers presented at the (joint) 4th IEEE
International Conference on Fuzzy Systems & 2nd International Fuzzy
Engineering Symposium, held in Yokohama Japan, 20-24 March 1995.

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 2
10:30 12:00

TH - I - 2 Image Understanding
Session Chair: K. Hirota - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Information Fusion for Supervised Classification in a Satellite Image
L. Roux and J. Desachy - Universite Paul Sabatier - IRIT, France

A Fuzzy Partitioning Method of Spectral Space for Remote Sensing Image
Classification
J.Kim - Dongeui University, Korea
S.Kim - Sogang University, Korea

On-line Handwriting Recognition with a Neuro-Fuzzy Method
S. Cho - ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories, Japan

Fundamentals of Fuzzy Knowledge Base for Image Understanding
Y. Nakagawa and K. Hirota - Hosei University, Japan

PC Networked Inference for Handwritten Letter Recognition
M.Kitazawa and Y. Sakai - Yamaguchi University, Japan

TH I 3 Optimization
Session Chair: R. R. Yager - Iona College, USA

Multilevel Qualitative and Numerical Optimization of Fuzzy Controller
B. Demaya - SIEMENS AUTOMOTIVE SA, France
R. Palm - SIEMENS AG, Germany
S. Boverie - SIEMENS AUTOMOTIVE SA, France
A. Titli - INSA / LAAS-CNRS, France

An Interactive Fuzzy Satisficing Methods for Large-Scale Multiobjective
Linear Programs with Fuzzy Numbers M. Sakawa and K. Kato - Hiroshima
University, Japan

Multiobjective Fuzzy Optimization with Random Variables in a Mix of
Fuzzy and Probabilistic Environment C. J. Shih and R. A. S.
Wangsawidjaja - Tamkang University, Taiwan

Schedule Optimization Using Fuzzy Inference
H. Soma, M. Hori and T. Sogou - Omron Corporation, Japan

Real Time Scheduling Under Uncertainty
F. Terrier and L. Rioux - Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (French
Atomic Energy Agency), France Z. Chen - Institut National de la
Recherche Agronomique, France

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
10:30 - 12:00

TH - I - 4 Hardware I
Session Chair: E. Uchino - Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Hardware and Software Effective Configurations for Multi-Input
Fuzzy Logic Controllers
S. Bolognani and M. Zigliotto - University of Padova, Italy

Architecture of a Mixed Mode Fuzzy Controller
A. P. Ungering - University of Dortmund, Germany
D. Herbst - ht-Mikroelectronik GmbH, Germany
A. Weyergraf and K. Goser - University of Dortmund, Germany

Fuzzy Rules Optimization for Analog VLSI Implementation
R. Rovatti and R. Guerrieri - University of Bologna, Italy
T. Villa - University of California, USA

Design Issues of an Asynchronous Parallel Fuzzy Processor
V.Catania,G.AsciaandL.Vita- diIngegneria-Universita di Catania, Italy

TH -I - 5 Approximate Reasoning I
Session Chair: T. Washio - Mitsubishi Research Institute Inc., Japan

Inference Beyond Logic: Protologic
K. Thornber - NEC Research Institute, Inc., USA

Comparison of Two Fuzzy Set-Based Logics: Similarity Logic and
Possibilistic Logic
D. Dubois and H. Prade - Universite Paul Sabatier, France

Combining Hypothetical and Nonmonotonic Reasoning Modes with
Application to Updating - A Possibilistic Logic Approach
D. Dubois and H. Prade - Universite Paul Sabatier, France

On Splitting Triplets: Beyond Dual Connectives
C. Alsina - Univ. Politecnica Catalunya, Spain
E. Trillas - Facultad de Informatica. U.P.M., Spain

On the Non-Monotonicity of Fuzzy Relations
S. Cubillo and E. Trillas - Facultad de Informatica. U.P.M., Spain

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
10:30 - 12:30

TH - I - 6 LIFE Session III : Image Understanding
Session Chair: A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan

Similarity Measures for Image Databases
R. Jain - California University, USA
S. N. Jayaram Murthy - Central Michigan University, USA
P. L-J, Chen (Luong Tran) - MIT, USA
S. Chatterjee - California University, USA

3-D Object Model Description Using Fuzzy Sets
S. Fukushima - LIFE, Japan
M. Minoh - Kyoto University, Japan

Towards a Linguistic Instructions Based Navigation Support System
-Using Environment Information for Guiding Scene Interpretation
J. Gasos - Instituto de Automatica Industrial, Spain
A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan

Fuzzy Perceptual Grouping in Image Understanding
A. Ralescu and J. G. Shanahan - LIFE, Japan

Feature Based Parametric Eigenspace Method for Object Extraction
A. Kosako and A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan

Visual Pattern Based Approach to Object Recognition
W. J. Zhang and A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan

Object Recognition System in a Dynamic Environment
M. Kawade - Omron Corporation, Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
14:00 - 15:30

TH - 11 - I Neuro-Fuzzy Learning
Session Chair: H. Takahashi - Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan

Fuzzy Models, Modular Networks, and Hybrid Learning
R. Langari and L. Wang - Texas A&M University, USA

Reinforcement Learning for ART-Based Fuzzy Adaptive Learning
Control Networks
C. J. Lin and C. T. Lin - National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan

An Adaptive ULR Fuzzy Controller Through Reinforcement
Learning
Z. Tang, M. Komori, 0. Ishizuka, K. Tanno and H. Matsumoto - Miyazaki
University, Japan

Tether Control Using Fuzzy Reinforcement Learning
H. R. Berenji and A. Malkani - NASA Ames Research Center, USA
C. Copeland - NASA Johnson Space Center, USA

Structural Learning of Fuzzy Rules from Noised Examples
A. Gonzalez and R. Perez - Universidad de Granada, Spain

TH - II - 2 Stability Analysis and Evaluation of Fuzzy Control Session
Chair: M. Mizumoto - Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan

Evaluation of Cell State Techniques for Optimal Controller Design
M. Papa, H. Tai and S. Shenoi - University of Tulsa, USA

Application of a New Fuzzy Logic Control Scheme for Stability
Enhancement - Simulation and Experimental Results
C. M. Lim- Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore

Application of a Rule-Based Control Scheme for Stability
Enhancement of Power Systems
C. M. Lim - Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
T. Hiyama - Kumamoto University, Japan

Design of Fuzzy State Controllers and Observers
G. Kang and W. Lee - National Fisheries University of Pusan, Korea

A New Benchmark System for Evaluation of Intelligent Controllers:
An Yo-yo System
Z. Bien, Y. Lee, S. Lee, K. Shim and S. Bang - Korea Advanced Institute of
Science and Technology, Korea

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
14:00 - 15:30

TH - II - 3 Basic Concepts V : Fuzzy Information Session Chair: D.
Ralescu - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Acquiring Fuzzy Relational Model from 3-D Hierarchical Structure
of Objects
G. Dong and M. Yachida - Osaka University, Japan

Fuzzy Inequality Relation System Identification via Sign Matrix
Method
S. R. Han - Toji University, P. R. China
A. H. Song and T. Sekiguchi - Yokohama National University, Japan

On the Mutual Definability of Fuzzy Equivalence Relations and
Fuzzy Partitions
H. Thiele and N. Schmechel - University of Dortmund, Germany

Investigation of IF-THEN Rule Bases by Methods of Mathematical
Logic
H. Thiele - University of Dortmund, Germany

Data Prediction based on Qualitive Information by Means
of the Fuzzy Method
Z. Hu - Industrie Informatik GmbH, Germany

TH - II - 4 Fuzzy Control II
Session Chair: T. Tobi - Dai-Dan Co. Ltd., Japan

- II - HT

On the Control of Allpass Components Using Conventional, Fuzzy
and Rough Fuzzy Controllers
E. Czogala - Technical University of Silesia, Poland
H. Roderer - Fachhochschule Wurzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany

Influencing the Nonlinearity at the Transition between Fuzzy Logic
Rules
A. Bastian -LIFE, Japan

Application of Implicit Self-Tuning Fuzzy Control to Nonlinear
Systems
K. Kiriakidis and A. Tzes - Polytechnic University, USA

Petri Net Based Programmable Fuzzy Controller Targeted for
Distributed Control Environments
L. Gomes - New University of Lisbon, Portugal
A. Steiger - Garcao - UNINOVA, Portugal

Integrating Different Control Modes in a Fuzzy Controller
M. Pawelczyk - Silesian Technical Univerisity, Poland

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
14:00 - 15:30

TH - 11 - 5 Approximate Reasoning II
Session Chair: J. Kacprzyk- System Research Institute, Poland

Solving Mathematical Programming Problems with OWA Operators
as Objective Functions
R. R. Yager - Iona College, USA

Qualitative Modeling with Gradual and Similarity Rules
P. Subasic, M. Nakatsuyama, H. Kaminaga and S. Y. Wang - Yamagata
University, Japan

A Study on the Spread of Fuzziness in Multi-Fold Multi-Stage
Approximate Reasoning - An Approximate Reasoning Using
Parametrical t-norm-
H. Maeda, H. Yonekura, Y. Nobusada and S. Murakami - Kyushu Institute
of Technology, Japan

A New Proof of Completeness of Fuzzy Logic and Some
Conclusions for Approximate Reasoning
V. Novak - Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Czech

The Semantical Approach to Approximate Reasoning Using
Concepts of Similarity
E. T. Fujito and A. Ohsato - Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

TH - 11 - 6 LIFE Session IV: Fuzzy Associative Memory System and Fuzzy
Reasoning Session Chair- M. Hagiwara - Keio University, Japan

Associative Memory Based Fuzzy Inference
A. Imura and B. Ushida - LIFE, Japan
T. Yamaguchi - Utsunomiya University, Japan

Associative Memory Based Fuzzy Knowledge Construction and
Refinement
H. Ushida - LIFE, Japan
T. Yamaguchi - Utsunomiya University, Japan
T. Takagi - Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

Retrieval System to Generate Facial Expressions Using Chaos
T. Sato and H. Ushida - LIFE, Japan
T. Yamaguchi - Utsunomiya University, Japan

Macroscopic Understanding of the Game Situations in IGO
T. Yokogawa - Teikyo University of Technology, Japan
J. Nishino - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Y. Mizuno - Future Technology Laboratories Inc., Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday, March 23
16:00 - 17:30

TH - III - I Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
Session Chair: R. Marks II - University of Washington, USA

A Fuzzy Neural Network Model with Three-layered Structure
C. Yao and Y. Kuo - National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

A Neural Net Topology for Bidirectional Fuzzy-Neuro
Transformation
W. Hauptmann - Siemens AG, Germany
K. Heesche - University of Dortmund, Germany

Selection of the Optimum Number of Hidden Layers in Neuro-Fuzzy
GMDH
H. Ichihashi, N. Harada and K. Nagasaka - University of Osaka Prefecture,
Japan

Paralysis Free Fast Learning: Smart Neural Nets
B. W. Dahanayake and A. R. M. Upton - McMaster University, Canada

Learning by a-Divergence
R. Kamimura and S. Nakanishi - Tokai University, Japan

TH - III - 2 Fuzzy Control Applications
Session Chair: T. Furuhashi - Nagoya University, Japan

Design of Fuzzy Controller for Backer-Upper of a Five-Trailers
and Truck
K. Tanaka and K. Yoshioka - Kanazawa University, Japan

Design and Tuning of a Helicopter Fuzzy Controller
C. Cavalcante and J. Cardoso - LCMI-EEL-UFSC, Brazil
J. J. G. Ramos and 0. R. Neves - CTI/Gyron Tecnologia, Brazil

Intelligent Adjustment for Magnetic Field of Deflection Yoke
B. Chung, C. Hong, C. Jung and C. Park - Gold Star Co., Ltd., Korea

A Fuzzy Logic Based Stabilizer for an Electric Power System H. R. De
Azevedo, R. M. Martins, J. C. Oliveira, A. J. Moraes and G. C. Guimaraes
- Universidade Federal de Ubelandia, Brazil J. P. G. Abreu - Escola
Federal de Engenharia de Itajuba, Brazil

Intelligent Fuzzy Controller Design on W.A.R.P. for Mechanical
Systems with Complex Dynamic Behaviors
S. V. Ulyanov and K. Yamafuji - The University of Electro-
Communications, Japan
V. G. Gradetsky - Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
A. Pagni - SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics, Italy

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
16:00 - 17:30

TH - III - 3 Basic Concepts VI : Possibility
Session Chair: G. J. Klir - State University of New York, USA

Learning Possibilistic Networks from Data
J. Gebhardt and R. Kruse - University of Braunschweig, Germany

An Acquisition Method of Implicit Knowledge Using Fuzzy Analogy
- Learning Feature of Fuzzy Lingual System
A. Inoue, and S. Tano - LIFE, Japan
T. Iwatani - Kobe Steel Ltd., Japan
W. Okamoto and R. Fujiioka - LIFE, Japan

Adaptive Aggregation: Decomposing Before Combining S. Deveughele and B.
Dubuisson - Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, France

A Semantics for Possibility Theory Based on Likelihoods
D. Dubois - Universite Paul Sabatier, France
S. Moral - Universidad de Granada, Spain
H. Prade - Universite Paul Sabatier, France

Fuzziness of Incompleteness and Information Diffusion Principle
H. Chongfu - Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
P. R. China

TH - III - 4 Hardware II
Session Chair: L.T. Koczy - Technical University of Budapest, Hungary

A High Performance Fuzzy Inference Processor and Its Evaluation System
Y. Nitta, K. Shimomura, N. Sakashita, S. Komori and K. Kyuma
- Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan

Multi-bit MIN Unit for Direct Data Stream Architecture Fuzzy
Logic Controllers
D. J. Blezek and M. J. Patyra - University of Minnesota, USA
J. L. Grantner - Western Michigan University, USA

FIT Arithmetic: Toward a High Performance Implementation of
Digital Fuzzy Logic Circuits
L. Lemaitre - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
M. J. Patyra - University of Minnesota, USA

Design and Implementation of a Self-Adaptive Fuzzy Inference
Engine
J. M. Jou, P. Chen and S. Yang - National Cheng Kung University,
Taiwan

Summary of Fuzzy Flip-Flop
K. Ozawa and K. Hirota - Hosei University, Japan
L. T. Koczy - Technical Unversity of Budapest, Hungary
W. Predrycz - University of Manitoba, Canada
N. Ikoma - The Graduate Univ. for Advanced Studies, Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Thursday March 23
16:00 - 17:30

TH - III - 5 Classification
Session Chair: H. Shiizuka - Kogakuin University, Japan

Use of Fuzzy If-Then Rules for Pattern Classirication
D. P. Mandal and H. Tanaka - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Tuning of a Fuzzy Classifier by Solving Inequalities
R. Thawonmas and S. Abe - Hitachi Research Laboratory, Japan
M. Lan - Rockwell International Corporation, USA

Image Understanding Using Fuzzy Isomorphism of Fuzzy Structures
C. Demko and E. Zahzah - Universite de La Rochelle, France

Fuzzy K-NN Algorithm using Modified K-Selection
Y. K. Kim and J. H. Han - Pohang Univ. of Science & Tech., Korea

High Resolution Polarimetric SAR Target Classification with
Neural Network
K. Chang and Y. Lu - George Mason University, USA

TH - III - 6 LIFE Session V : Intelligent Robot
Session Chair: T. Unemi - LIFE, Japan

On the Relation between Human and Robots in the Future
- A Perspective from Fuzzy Engineering and Artificial Life
T. Unemi, Y. Inagaki, S. Ono, H. Aisu and H. Sugie - LIFE, Japan

Behavior-based Intention Inference for Intelligent Robots
Cooperating with Human
Y. Inagaki, S. Ono, H. Aisu, H. Sugie and T. Unemi - LIFE, Japan

A Robust Planning and Control System Handling Fuzziness
H. Aisu, Y. Inagaki, S. Ono, H. Sugie and T. Unemi - LIFE, Japan

Cooperation among Multiple Mobile Robots Using Intention
Inference
H. Sugie, Y. Inagaki, S. Ono, H. Aisu and T. Unemi - LIFE, Japan

Fast and Feasible Reinforcement Learning Algorithm
S. Ono, Y. Inagaki, H. Aisu, H. Sugie and T. Unemi - LIFE, Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
9:00 - 10:30

FR I - I Applications of Fuzzy Neural Network
Session Chair: H. R. Berenji - Intelligent Inference Systems Corp., USA

The Minimum Cost Path Finding Algorithm Using a Hopfield Type
Neural Network
S. Hong, S. Kim and J. Lee - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology, Korea

Use of a Self-Learning Neuro-Fuzzy System for Syllabic Labeling of
Continuous Speech
C. Hsieh, M. Su and S. Chienn - Tamkang University, Taiwan

Elevator Group Control System Tuned by a Fuzzy Neural Network
Applied Method
N. Imasaki, S. Kubo, S. Nakai, T. Yoshitsugu, J. Kiji and T. Endo
- Toshiba Corporation, Japan

Application of Fuzzy Neural Network Control to Automatic Train
Operation and Tuning of Its Control Rules
S. Sekine, N. Imasaki and T. Endo - Toshiba Corporation, Japan

Neuro Fuzzy Systems for Intelligent Robot Navigation and Control
Under Uncertainty
W. Li - Tsinghua University, P. R. China

FR -I - 2 Fuzzy Servo Control
Session Chair: F. Gomide - State University of Campinas, Brazil

Implementation of Integrated Fuzzy Logic Controller for Servomotor
System
M. Shieh and T. S. Li - National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Design of Fuzzy Model Following Servo Control Systems
S. Kawaji and N. Matsunaga - Kumamoto University, Japan

Fuzzy Tracking Control for Disk File Servo
Y. Chen - University of California, USA
H. Chen and J. Yen - National Taiwan University, Taiwan

A Fuzzy-Logic-Based Energy Optimizer for AC Motors
J. G. Cleland, V. E. McCormick and M. W. Turner - Research Triangle
Institute, USA

A Microcontroller Implementation of a NeuFuzTM Control System
Z. Ullah, W. S. Neely and E. Khan - National Semiconductor, USA

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
9:00 - 10:30

FR I - 3 Pattern Recognition
Session Chair: T. Terano - LIFE, Japan

Recovery of Geometric Properties of Binary Objects from Blurred
Images
R. Krishnapuram and S. Medasani - University of Missouri, USA

Fuzzy-Based Recognition of Human Front Faces Using
the Trapezoidal Membership Function
Y. K. Ham, S. Y. Lee and R. H. Park - Sogang University, Korea

Hierarchical Clustering to Validate Fuzzy Clustering
M. Delgado - Universidad de Granada, Spain
A. Gomez-Skarmeta - Universidad de Murcia, Spain
M. A.Vila - Universidad de Granada, Spain

A Neural Network Based Recognition Scheme for the Classirication
of Industrial Components
A. R. McNeil and T. Sarkodie-Gyan - University of Teesside, UK

Adjusting Membership Functions of Fuzzy Classification Rules by
Genetic Algorithms
T. Murata and H. Ishibuchi - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan

FR I - 4 Basic Concepts VII : Fuzzy Systems
Session Chair: K. Tanaka - Kanazawa University, Japan

About Modus Ponens and Aggregation of Rules
Ch. Dujet and N. Vincent - INSA de Lyon, France

Problems with the Defuzzification Method and a New Representation
Using Lukasiewicz Logic
S. Kundu and J. Chen - Lousiana State University, USA

Fuzzy Robust Regression Analysis based on A Hyperelliptic
Function
J. Watada and Y. Yabuuchi - Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan

Novel T-Operations Using Entropy Based Approach
I. J. Rudas - Banki Donat Polytechnic, Hungary
M. O. Kaynak - Bogazici University, Turkey

Combining Fuzzy Systems
B. Kosko - University of Southern California, USA

FUZZ-EEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
9:00 - 10:30

FR I - 5 Special Workshop on Different Aspects of Fuzzy and
Linguistic Modeling Organized by Prof. A. Ralescu
Session Chair: A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan
Co-Chair: T. Watanabe - Kobe Steel Co. Ltd., Japan

A Method for Extracting Approximate Rules from Neural Network
H. Narazaki, I. Shigaki and T. Watanabe - Kobe Steel Co, Ltd., Japan

Fuzziness Construed in Language: A Linguistics Perspective
C. Mathiessen - Macquarie University, Australia

Fuzzy Rule Automation from Data Using Mass Assignment Theory
J. F. Baldwin - University of Bristol, UK

Fuzzy Modeling in an Intelligent Data Browser
J. F. Baldwin and T. Martin - University of Bristol, UK

Linguistic Instruction Based Learning and Its Applications
G. K. Park - Mokpo National Maritime University, Korea

Fuzzy Modeling - A Control Engineering Perspective
R. Babuska - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Some Issues in Fuzzy and Linguistic Modeling
A. Ralescu - LIFE, Japan,
R. Hartani - University of Paris VI, France

FR I - 6 Special Workshop on Neuro-Fuzzy Modeling Organized by
Prof. 1. B. Turksen
Session Chair: 1. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada
Co-Chair: H. Ichihashi - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Knowledge Representation and Approximate Reasoning with Type II
Fuzzy Sets
I. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada

Neuro-Fuzzy Data Analysis and Its Future Directions
H. Ichihashi - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan
I. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada

A Comparison of Direct Fuzzy Reasoning Methods
H. Nakanishi - Kayaba Co. Ltd., Japan
I. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada
M. Sugeno - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

A Multi-Objective Decision-Making, Approach to Syllogistic
Reasoning with Consistancy Maintenance
H. Narazaki - Kobe Steel Ltd., Japan
I. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada

Summary and Discussion

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
11:00 - 12:30

FR - 11 - I Chaos and Complex Dynamic Systems Session Chair: L. A. Zadeh
- University of California, USA

Controlling Chaos with an Artificial Neural Network
K. Otawara and L. T. Fan - Kansas State University, USA

Global Equilibrium Stability of Discrete-Time Analog Neural
Networks
L. Jin, P. N. Nikiforuk and M. M. Gupta - University of Saskatchewan,
Canada

Chaotic Behavior of Fuzzy Symbolic Dynamics and Its Relation to
Constraint-Oriented Problem Solving with Hierarchical Structures
Reflecting Natural Life
0. Katai, T. Horiuch, and T. Sawaragi - Kyoto University, Japan
S. Iwai - Meijo University, Japan
T. Hiraoka - Kyoto University, Japan

On the Architecture of a Recurrent Neural Network as a Chaos 1/f
Generator
K. Yoshida and N. Kishi - NISSAN Research Center, Japan

Modeling of Fuzzy Damping in Dynamic Finite Element Analysis T. D. Pham,
S. Valliappan and M. Yazdchi - University of New South Wales, Australia

FR - II - 2 Neuro-Fuzzy Control I
Session Chair: B. Kosko - University of Southern California, USA

A Direct Adaptive Fuzzy SMC, A Case Study of ROV
A. Trebi-Ollennu, B. A. Stacey and B. A. White - Cranfield University, UK

Autotuner for Fuzzy Controller - Relay Based Approach
A. Makkonen and H. N. Koivo - Tampere University of Technology,
Finland

Adjusting Neural Networks for Accurate Control Model Tuning M. Kayama,
Y. Sugita and Y. Morooka - Hitachi Research Laboratory, Japan Y. Saito -
Oomika Works Hitachi Ltd., Japan

Engineering Design Optimization as a Fuzzy Control Process
Y. Hsu, Y. Lin and T. Sun - Yuan-Ze Institute of Technology, Taiwan

Neuro-fuzzy Modeling of Nonlinear Systems for Control Purposes
T. Culliere and A. Titli - LAAS/CNRS, France
J. M. Corrieu - IBM France, France

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
11:00 - 12:30

FR 11 - 3 Image Processing
Session Chair: J. Watada - Osaka Institute of Technology University, Japan

Analysis of Interstices of a Continous Thread by Image Processing
Techniques
X. Zeng, A. Ghenaim and C. Vasseur - Ecole Nationale Saperieare des Art
el Industries Textiles, France

A Fuzzy Smoother for the Enhancement of Noisy Images
L. Pennino and M. Mancuso - SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics, Italy
R. D. Luca - Universita'Statale di Milano, Italy

Searching Correspondences in Colour Stereo Images - An Approach
Using the Fuzzy Integral
A. Knoll and A. Wolfram - University of Bielefeld. Germany

Fuzzy One-Mean Algorithm on Edge Detection
K. F. Cheung and W. K. Chan - The Hong Kong University of Science &
Technology, Hong Kong

Image Occlusions as a Fuzzy Reasoning Problem
T. Law, H. Itoh and H. Seki - Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

FR 11 - 4 Basic Concepts VIII : Fuzzy Analysis
Session Chair: E. Trillas - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Fuzzy Non-Linear Regression Method for Intensification of
the Object's Vagueness Representation
M. Pokorny - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech

Fuzzy Systems Approximation by Frames-SISO Case
A. Shmilovici - Tel-Aviv University, Israel
0. Z. Maimon - Boston University, USA

Application of CBR Approach for Electrical Equipment Layout
Design
S. Itakura - Toyo Engineering Corporation, Japan
K. Okada - CRIEPI, Japan
R. Yokoyama - Tokyo Metroporitan University, Japan

An Approach of System Reliability Analysis Using Failure
Possibility and Success Possibility
T. Onisawa - University of Tsukuba, Japan

Nilpotent Minimum and Related Connectives for Fuzzy Logic
J. C. Fodor - Eotvos Lorando University, Hungary

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
11:00 - 12:30

FR 11 - 5 Special Workshop on Theoretical Aspects of Soft Computing
Organized by Prof. H. T. Nguyen
Session Chair: H. T. Nguyen - New Mexico State University, USA
Co-Chair: H. Tanaka - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Possibility Multivariate Analysis
H. Tanaka - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan
On Hilbert's Thirteenth the Problems for Soft Computing
V. Kreinovich - University of Texas at El Paso, USA
H. T. Nguyen - New Mexico State University, USA

Mapping Human's Intelligence in the Real Domain - The Theory and
Its Practice
C. P. Kwong - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Some Elements on Sensitivity of Fuzzy Controllers
B. Bouchon, F. Gouyou - Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France

Mathematical Morphology, Order Filters and Fuzzy Logic
M. Grabisch and M. Schmitt - Thomson-CFS, France

When is an Algorithm Feasible? Soft Computing Approach
H. T. Nguyen - New Mexico State University, USA
V. Kreinovich - University of Texas at El Paso, USA

FR 11 - 6 Special Workshop on Aspects of Fuzzy Computing Organized
by Prof. L. T. Koczy
Session Chair: L. T. Koczy - Technical Univ. of Budapest, Hungary
Co-Chair: Y. Maeda - University of Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Aspects of Fuzzy Computing
L. T. Koczy - Technical Univ. of Budapest, Hungary

Some Considerations on Koczy's Fuzzy Interpolative Reasoning
Method
Y. Shi and M. Mizumoto - Osaka Electro-Communication University,
Japan

Properties of Fuzzy Sequential Circuit Using Fuzzy Transition
Matrix and Their Design Method
M. Sato - Hokkaido Musashi Women's Junior College, Japan
Y. Sato - Hokkaido University, Japan

Information Semantics of Defuzzification in Fuzzy Control
A. Ramer - University of New South Wales, Australia
Y. Maeda - Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
L.T. Koczy - Techical University of Budapest, Hungary

Properties of Fuzzy Sequential Circuit using Fuzzy Transition
Matrix and their Design Method
Y. Mori, K. Otsuka and M. Mukaidono - Meiji University, Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
14:30 - 16:00

FR III - 1 Identification
Session Chair: T. Onisawa - University of Tsukuba, Japan

High Dimensional Neurofuzzy Systems: Overcoming the Curse of
Dimensionality
M. Brown, K. M. Bossley, D. J. Mills and C. J. Harris - Southampton
University, UK

Fuzzy Structural Modeling Based on FISM/fuzzy
T. Mitamura and A. Ohuchi - Hokkaido University, Japan

Frame of Fuzzy Systems with Functional Rule
W. Z. Qiao and M. Mizumoto - Osaka Electro-Communication University,
Japan

A New Identification Method for a Fuzzy Model
M. Park, S. Ji, M. Kim and M. Park - Yonsei University, Korea

Identification of Fuzzy Logic Functions with Constants
- Partially Specified Multiple-valued Kleenean Functions
H. Kikuchi - Tokai University, Japan
N. Takagi - Toyama Prefectural University, Japan
M. Mukaidono - Meiji University, Japan

FR III - 2 Neuro-Fuzzy Control II
Session Chair: A. Rocha - Sate University of Campinas, Brazil

Successive Fuzzy Rule Based Tuning of Industrial Control Systems
G. Vachkov - Sofia University of Technology, Bulgaria
M. Nikolov - Start Engineering Co., Ltd., Bulgaria

A Self-Organizing Decentralized Fuzzy Neural Net Controller
Z. Yeh - National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
H. Chen - National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Fuzzy-Neural Traffic Control and Forecasting
H. Hellendoorn and R. Baudrexl - Siemens AG, Germany

A Self-Organizing Approach to Fuzzy Control of Servomechanisms
J. Nie and T. H. Lee - National University of Singapore, Singapore

A Self-tuning Fuzzy Controller via Fuzzy Inference Network
D. Wang and T. Chai - Northeastern University, P. R. China

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
14:30 - 16:00

FR III - 3 Clustering
Session Chair: W. Pedrycz - University of Manitoba, Canada

Automated Dynamic Strain Gage Data Reduction Using
Fuzzy C-Means Clustering
G. J. Mascoli - United Technologies Corporation / Pratt & Whitney, USA

Adaptive Fuzzy Clustering and Fuzzy Prediction Models
M. Ryoke and Y. Nakamori - Konan University, Japan
K. Suzuki - Ebara Infilco Co., Ltd., Japan

Evolutionary Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm
B. Yuan, G. J. Klir and J. S. Stone - Binghamton University - SUNY,
USA

A Maximum-Entropy Approach to Fuzzy Clustering
R. Li and M. Mukaidono - Meiji University, Japan

A Genetics-Based Approach to Fuzzy Clustering
J. Liu and W. Xie - Xidian University, P.R.China

FR III - 4 Basic Concepts IX : Fuzzy Mathematics
Session Chair: P. Z. Wang - National University of Singapore, Singapore

The 11-F Paracompactness with the F-Compactness
J. Xu - Edinburgh University, UK

Hierarchical Decomposition Theorems for Choquet Integral Models
M. Sugeno and K. Fujimoto - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
T. Murofushi - University of Electro-Communications, Japan

Fuzzy Inference Based on a Weighted Average of Fuzzy Sets
and Its Learning Algorithm for Fuzzy Exemplars
K. Uehara - Toshiba Corporation, Japan

Matrix Games: A Fuzzy Approach
J. M. Nicolas and M. Grabisch - Thomson-CSF, France

Fuzzy Integral of Vector Valued Functions and its Mathematical
Model
Y. Matsushita and H. Kambara - Shimizu Corporation, Japan

FUZZ-IEEE/IFES'95

Friday March 24
14:30 - 16:00

FR - III - 5 Intelligent Systems
Session Chair: 1. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada

Fuzzy Intelligent Hybrid Systems and their Applications
A. Kandel - University of South Florida, USA
M. Schneider - Florida Institute of Technology, USA

Constructing Fuzzy Cognitive Maps
M. Schneider and E. Schnaider - Florida Institute of Technology, USA
A. Kandel - University of South Florida, USA
G. Chew - Strategic Resources Inc. B. C., Canada

Fast Clustering with Application to Fuzzy Rule Generation
T. W. Cheng, D. B. Goldgof and L. O. Hall - University of South Florida,
USA

Linguistics and Uncertainty in Intelligent Systems
I. B. Turksen - University of Toronto, Canada

FR - III - 6 Intelligent Information Processing Session Chair: J. F.
Baldwin - University of Bristol, UK

Fuzzy Constraint Logic Programming: A Proposal
J. H. Lim - National University of Singapore, Singapore

Artificial Neural Network of Locally Active Units
with Cause-Oriented Parameter Modification
K. Makino, T. Shimada, R. Ichikawa, M. Ono and T. Endo - Toshiba
Corporation, Japan

Fuzzy Constraint Satisfaction Using CCM - A Local Information
Based Computation Model
Y. Kanada - Real World Computing Partnership, Japan

Transitive Fuzzy Logic Inference for the Nearest Pattern Search
K. Takahashi - NEC Corp, Japan
K. K. Thornber - NEC Research Institute Inc., USA

Neuro-Fuzzy Finite Element Method and a Posteriori Error Estimation
H. Ichihashi, T. Miyoshi, K. Nagasaka and Y. Satoh - University of Osaka
Prefecture, Japan

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