Artificial Intelligence by Shapiro S.C.

By Shapiro S.C.

Synthetic Intelligence (AI) is a box of laptop technology and engineering inquisitive about the computational figuring out of what's in most cases known as clever habit, and with the construction of artifacts that express such habit. This definition will be tested extra heavily by way of contemplating the sphere from 3 issues of view: computational psychology, computational philosophy, and computer intelligence.

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We have considered two possibilities: the comparison of the images of the fuzzy random variables by means of a fuzzy ranking, and the comparison of the expectations by means of stochastic orders on possibility measures. We have investigated in more detail the particular case of fuzzy random variables whose images are triangular fuzzy numbers, and showed that the proposed methods can be simplified in that case. In addition, we have illustrated these methods in a decision making problem. There are still several open lines of research on the comparison of fuzzy random variables.

In the next section, basics of interval arithmetics are refreshed, with a focus on positive interval data (forming the compositional parts). Section 3 is devoted to the problem of forming the ratios of compositional data. In Section 4, problems related to proportional representation of interval compositional data are analyzed. Consequently, implications for descriptive statistics of interval compositions are briefly discussed. Finally, possibilities of further development are collected in the last section.

For our purposes, just four chemical elements were chosen (calcium, sodium, magnesium and potassium), and the resulting values (measured in mg/l and already collected in form of interval values with lower and upper boundary) are presented in Table 1 (the mineral waters are listed with their original Czech names). We can observe that the interval values in the data set occur in all variables, except for the first mineral water (called Han´ ack´ a kyselka) and potassium in case of Magnesia. Table 1.

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