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Title: The evolving mamdani fuzzy inference system with fuzzy rule interpolation and extrapolation (eMFIS (FRI/E) with its applications in straddle option trading and case study of rain run off analysis
Authors: Susanti
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computing methodologies::Artificial intelligence
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: Fuzzy neural technique is often used to model dynamic data stream in the financial market and examines hypothetical cases. Hence, Fuzzy interpolation and extrapolation are required if the data is sparse, particularly in financial option trading. However, many of them do not have the learning ability. This paper extends the work of HS [103] with on-line learning ability. The result enables both interpolation and extrapolation to be applied in the neuro-fuzzy system algorithm in order to make inference when drift is detected or in sparse rule–based systems. This paper proposes a novel neuro-fuzzy system architecture called evolving Mamdani Fuzzy Inference System with Fuzzy Rule interpolation or Extrapolation (eMFIS (FRI/E)) that has the following advantages: 1) it is an online learning system; 2) capable of detecting and handling concept drift or shift; 3) the inference can involve multiple fuzzy rules, with each rule consisting of multiple antecedents. eMFIS (FRI/E) applies Two-staged Incremental Clustering for incremental fuzzy clustering. The Bienenstock-Cooper-Munro (BCM) is used to self-organise its rule base structure to represent the most recent knowledge of the data. eMFIS (FRI/E) uses a cluster neighbourhood age to detect the existence of the drift or shift. eMFIS (FRI/E) also applies interpolation or extrapolation when drift or shift is detected. The proposed method is compared against with those of the existing neuro-fuzzy architectures in both time-invariant and time-variant data. (eMFIS (FRI/E)) is also used for straddle option trading, market crisis analysis and the case study of rain run off analysis. The results are encouraging.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/61931
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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