Tuesday, October 30, 2007

28. Scholarpedia entries

I've just found out that there is something called Scholarpedia which is essentially an elitist version of the popular Wikipedia. I'm no big fan of this idea, even if scientific articles in the Wikipedia may contain serious errors. In any case, it must be admitted that many choices of authors are simply right (e.g. Berger for `Bayesian Statistics' or Dubois-Prade for `Possibility Theory').

Here you are a list of on-topic articles (actually, only a small number of articles have been written so far).

Fuzzy C-Means Cluster Analysis (James C. Bezdek)
Fuzzy logic (Lotfi A. Zadeh)
Fuzzy sets (Milan Mares)
Possibility Theory (Didier Dubois, Henri Prade)
Random sets (Hung T. Nguyen)


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