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November 3, 2021, 2 p.m. room 228, prof. Zbigniew Suraj, University of Rzeszów, “About Making Approximate Decisions in Real-time Using Fuzzy Petri Nets with Priorities”

zsAbstract. The lecture will be devoted to the methodology of building a parallel algorithm represented by a generalized fuzzy Petri net with priorities. The knowledge necessary to build such a net along with its parameters comes almost entirely from the experimental decision table in the sense of Pawlak. The research assumed that the decision table contains values of conditional attributes from measurements made by sensors in an unknown but finite number of time units. The net is built automatically on the basis of all true and acceptable rules extracted from a given decision table. Conditional attribute values are sent over the net at the maximum possible speed. The presented methodology uses concepts, methods and algorithms derived from the theory of rough sets, fuzzy sets and Petri nets.

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