Grey Systems: Modeling and Prediction

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Yang's Scientific Research Institute, Jan 1, 2004 - Science - 253 pages
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The first English monograph on gray system theory written by the Permanent Director of the Chinese Grey System Society, the Director of GRSC (Grey System Research Center) at Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan, and the associate editor of the Journal of Chinese Grey System. This monograph can be used as a textbook or complementary materials to graduate students and researchers from computer sciences, artificial intelligent, control engineering, and fuzzy logic. The grey system theory, first proposed by Professor Julong Deng in 1982, avoids the inherent defects of conventional, statistical methods and only requires a limited amount of data to estimate the behavior of an uncertain system. During the past two decades, the grey system theory has been successfully applied to industrial systems, social systems, ecological systems, economy, geography, traffic, management, education, and environment sciences. The grey system theory is successfully used to the analysis of uncertain systems that have multi-data inputs, discrete data, and insufficient data.

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Kun-Li Wen received the Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from National Central University in Chungli, Taiwan. In the middle of 1999, he was a visiting scholar in the ESRC (The University of Texas at Arlington) carrying on his advanced researches on power systems. He has been an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan since 1996. His research interests are grey system analysis, fuzzy logic, power systems, sensor applications and time optimal theory. He has been working with Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan as a researcher and professor since 1983 after his M.S. degree. From 1997 to 1998, he was the Director of the M.O.T.R.C. (Mechanetronics Optical Technology Research Center). He is currently an active IEEE member, an editor board of the Journal of Chinese Grey System, the Director of GSRC (Grey System Research Center) at Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan, and the Permanent Director of the Chinese Grey System Society.

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