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Innov. Applications, SCI 137, pp. 25–49, 2008. com 26 W. Pedrycz 2 Generic Logic Processing Realized with the Aid of Logic Neurons Logic operators (connectives) have been around since the inception of fuzzy sets as the integral part of the overall modeling environment built with the aid of information granules. The growing diversity of the operators both in terms of the main categories of logic connectives, their flexibility which manifests in an enormous parametric diversity of the detailed models have offered a wealth of opportunities to utilize them in constructs of logic neurons – computing elements that seamlessly combine the logic nature of operators with the parametric flexibility associated with their weights (connections).
The network has 3 inputs and they are fed into the corresponding reference neurons whose reference points are formed by the threshold vectors (r1, r2, and r3, respectively). The learning of the connections of the neurons becomes a part of the parametric learning which is accomplished by taking into account some training data. 3 Unineuron-Based Topologies of Logic Networks Unineurons are by far more flexible computing elements (neurons) in comparison with the generic AND and OR neurons. The generic topology of the network could then mimic the two-layered structure as developed for the logic processor.
The identity element such that g =1 returns the “and” type of aggregation, namely u(x, 1) = x. In the existing literature we can encounter different realizations of uninorms, see . In this study, we confine ourselves to the following family of constructs that seem to be highly readable and in this sense intuitively appealing x y ⎧ g t( , ) if x, y ∈[0, g] ⎪ g g ⎪ x -g y-g ⎪ u(x, y) = ⎨g + (1 − g)s( , ) if x, y ∈[g, 1] 1- g 1- g ⎪ ⎪ min(x, y) or max(x, y), otherwise ⎪⎩ (3) In the above expression, “t” denotes a certain t-norm while “s” stands for some t-conorm (s-norm).