FRI methods are less popular in the practical application domain. One possible reason is the missing common framework. There are many FRI methods developed independently, having different interpolation concepts and features. One trial for setting up a common FRI framework was the MATLAB FRI Toolbox, developed by Johany\'ak et. al. in 2006. The goals of this paper are divided as follows: firstly, to present a brief introduction of the FRI methods. Secondly, to introduce a brief description of the refreshed and extended version of the original FRI Toolbox. And thirdly, to use different unified numerical benchmark examples to evaluate and analyze the Fuzzy Rule Interpolation Techniques (FRI) (KH, KH Stabilized, MACI, IMUL, CRF, VKK, GM, FRIPOC, LESFRI, and SCALEMOVE), that will be classified and compared based on different features by following the abnormality and linearity conditions .
The problcmls of AI effectivent s in manufacturing for Design, Scheduling, Control and Proce -.; Diagnosis are considered. We have developed an effective dialog procedure for a designer. This procedure I ei him to identify file no..xh.'d parameters of a d igned product, i.e., to distinct acceptable paranleters, utm acceptable parameters and paran eters that require additional design sttgly. In lx'x'luling we developed a new intelligent procedure to formulate and find an effective schedule.
The problem of interpolating between specified images in an image but important task in model-based vision.sequence is a simple, We describe an approach based on the abstract task of "manifold learning" and present results on both synthetic and real image sequences. This problem arose in the development of a combined lipreading and speech recognition system.
Exploiting the deep generative model's remarkable ability of learning the data-manifold structure, some recent researches proposed a geometric data interpolation method based on the geodesic curves on the learned data-manifold. However, this interpolation method often gives poor results due to a topological difference between the model and the dataset. The model defines a family of simply-connected manifolds, whereas the dataset generally contains disconnected regions or holes that make them non-simply-connected. To compensate this difference, we propose a novel density regularizer that make the interpolation path circumvent the holes denoted by low probability density. We confirm that our method gives consistently better interpolation results from the experiments with real-world image datasets.
Li, Lixin (Georgia Southern University) | Zhang, Xingyou (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) | Holt, James B. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) | Tian, Jie (Georgia Southern University) | Piltner, Reinhard (Georgia Southern University)
This paper investigates spatiotemporal interpolation methods for the application of air pollution assessment. The air pollutant of interest in this paper is fine particulate matter PM2.5. The choice of the time scale is investigated when applying the shape function-based method. It is found that the measurement scale of the time dimension has an impact on the interpolation results. Based upon the comparison between the accuracies of interpolation results, the most effective time scale out of four experimental ones was selected for performing the PM2.5 interpolation. The paper also evaluates the population exposure to the ambient air pollution of PM2.5 at the county-level in the contiguous U.S. in 2009. The interpolated county-level PM2.5 has been linked to 2009 population data and the population with a risky PM2.5 exposure has been estimated. The risky PM2.5 exposure means the PM2.5 concentration exceeding the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. The geographic distribution of the counties with a risky PM2.5 exposure is visualized. This work is essential to understanding the associations between ambient air pollution exposure and population health outcomes.