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Proceedings of The 12th International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics (IMSCI 2018)

Areeg Abdalla

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University

Giza, 12613, Egypt

areeg@sci.cu.edu.eg

ABSTRACT

The probability theory was the first theory to conceive

Uncertainty is unavoidable when dealing with data. The any uncertainty-based information. And for a long period

errors in measurements, limitations of measuring tools, or of time, the probability was the only method to treat un-

imprecise definition of linguistic variables may result in certainty. However the probability concerns with only the

different types of uncertainty. These ambiguities may be chances of existence of an element to a certain set [6],

due to vagueness in data which results from the imprecise

boundaries of data sets; inconsistency that reflects con-

which is not sufficient in treating several uncertainty

flict and contradiction between sets; qualitative descrip- types. In addition to the classical probability theory,

tion of data which sometimes taken by expertise; or some uncertainty-based information is now very well unders-

other type. Ignoring dealing with these types of uncer- tood in fuzzy set theory, possibility theory and others [9].

tainty affects the reliability of research and the validity of Soft computing methodologies are tolerant for impreci-

the results. sion, partial truth, inconsistency and other uncertainty

This article presents three approaches to treat uncertainty types [7]. While hard (crisp) computing is useful in appli-

using fuzzy logic, intuitionistic logic, and neutrosophic cations in which the data is accurately described by ma-

logic and their methodologies in treating these kinds of thematical models. Soft computing techniques mimic

ambiguity. Fuzzy logic and neutrosophic logic are used in human mind in forming conclusions from inaccurate or

building Rule-based Classification Systems. Different approximated data and in forming propositions using

comparisons are presented to illustrate the importance of approximate reasoning. These techniques include –not

choosing the suitable logic to tackle the uncertainty in limited to- fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks, genetic

different data sets. These approaches are applied on six algorithms and machine learning. Soft computing tech-

real world data sets; Iris, Wine, Wisconsin Diagnostic nologies have been applied successfully on data with

Breast Cancer, Seeds, Pima, and Statlog (Heart); which several types of uncertainty. Hybridization between soft

are available on UCI Machine Learning Repository web computing techniques and these logics have shown great

site. The results show that the type of uncertainty in the success in ambiguous data.

data set plays a great role in choosing the appropriate Each of these techniques may tackle only one certain type

logic. of uncertainty. Therefore, hybrid systems of them are

Keywords: Uncertainty, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Logic, used successfully in applications. The advent of very high

Neutrosophic Logic, Classification. performance processors makes it possible to applications

of soft computing to expand fast.

1. INTRODUCTION One of the main advantages of soft computing is that it

opened the door for applications utilizing non-bivalent

In treating data, in any form, one continually comes into logic. Allowing the truth values to take more than the

possession of information that he/ she sums up in general Boolean two values is a very old idea. For example, the

propositions. And it would be a hudge mistake to take Kleene's three-valued logic uses True, False and Unde-

these general propositions, as a guarantee, without any cided [1]. It allows the fact to be undecided rather than to

dispute.Whether this data is recorded by instruments, or be just true or false. There have been other versions of

collected by humans, the information obtained has some the three-valued logic which postulate that some facts

sort of deficiency. The information might be vague, may be intermediate between true and false. But the

incomplete, imprecise or contradictory. Which in turn three-valued logic did not seem to have many applica-

results in different types of uncertainity[9]. In general, tions like other logics. Once we have got familiar with the

these various information deficiencies determine the type idea of a three-valued logic it seems a natural generaliza-

of the associated uncertainty. But, In decision-making tion to have many-valued logic. That allows the facts to

projects, the problems of uncertainty and hesitancy have different degrees of truth. The only problem with

usually turn out to be unavoidable[11]. In clustering[8],it the many-valued logics is that there are many of them.

is usually the case that some data points are hard to Each one is designed to overcome a particular problem.

identify their beloningness to exactely one cluster. We don’t have a unified definition for the logic opera-

Therefore, considering degrees of belongingness to a data tions. In literature, there has been some other generaliza-

point to more than one cluster would solve the problem. tions of fuzzy logic, like interval valued fuzzy logic,

The need for considering uncertainity in application intuitionistic interval valued fuzzy logic, L-fuzzy logic

encouraged mathematicians to put theoritical foundation and intuitionistic L-fuzzy logic. Each is supported by its

for different theories to treat uncertainity. logical operations. And each has found its way to applica-

tions [1].

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The next three sections introduce brief descriptions of fuzzy rules from the knowledge base to generate fuzzy

the Fuzzy Logic, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Logic and the outputs. The fuzzy rule base systems are in the form of

Neutrosophic Logic. A case study on Rule Based “IF-THEN” rules written using linguisitic values. The last

Classification System is discussed in section 4. Results stage is the defuzzification of the fuzzy outputs to crisp

of appling this system using Fuzzy Logic and output.

Neutrosophic Logic are presented in section 5. At the

end, section 6 concludes the results obtained and 3. INTUITIONISTIC LOGIC

discusses some ideas for future work.

The intuitionistic fuzzy Logic was introduced by K. Ata-

2. FUZZY LOGIC nassov in 1986, as one sort of generalization of FL. The

fuzzy logic was very successful in handling uncertainties

Fuzzy logic (FL) deals with imprecise or vague. It facili- arising from vagueness of a fact. Yet, it cannot model all

tates the human common sense reasoning. The proposi- sorts of uncertainties happening in different real observa-

tions in FL can serve as a basis for decision support. It tions specially problems involving imprecise information.

allows the truth values to be any number in the real In defining intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS), besides the de-

interval [0, 1] instead of taking just two values 0 and 1 in gree of membership ߤܣሺݔሻאሾͲǡͳሿof each element ܺאݔto

the Boolean logic. This idea of generalization was not a set A, Atanassov considered a degree of non-

new when introduced by Zadeh. There already has been membership ߥܣሺݔሻאሾͲǡͳሿ, such that Ͳ ܺאݔ ߤ ܣሺݔሻ

the many-valued logic, which allows the truth values to ߥܣሺݔሻͳǤሺݔሻൌͳǦߤܣሺݔሻthe IFS is reduced to a fuzzy

be any countable number in [0,1]. However, it was not set. The Intuitionistic fuzzy sets have the ability to handle

untill mid sixties that the truth values take any imprecise information resulted from incomplete or incon-

uncountable real value in [0,1] [9]. sistent data [2]. Later, Atanassov in 1989, introduced the

interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy logic, which received

The truth value of an atomic proposition p is tv(p)[ ג0, little attention from the practical point of view.

1] for any proposition in fuzzy logic. tv(p) =1 or tv(p) =

0 mean that p is absolutely true or false, respectively, 4. NEUTROSOPHIC LOGIC

preserving the Boolean truth meanings while tv(p) = 0.65

just means that the truth of p is 0.65. Since the real world Neutrosophy is one of the new theories that deals with

propositions are often only partly true, FL is very uncertainity. It was Introduced by Smarandache in 1995.

representative. The Neutrosophy theory treats uncertainty results from

Opertaions on FL vague, imprecise, incomplete and inconsistent data at the

same time[13]. Therefore the Neutrosophic Logic is a

To form sentences in FL, more proposition may be built very reach logic that generalizes the concept of the classic

from atomoic proposition using the negation, defined as, Boolean Logic, fuzzy logic, intuitionistic fuzzy logic.

tv(~p) = 1- tv(p) and t-norm and t-conorm functions for Table 1 shows this generalization and gives the different

the “and” and “or” operations, respectively; where t- types of uncertainity in which each logic is used.

norm, t-conorm: ሾͲǡͳሿ ൈ ሾͲǡͳሿ ՜ ሾͲǡͳሿ. The definitions

of the t-norm and t-conorm functions are application and In neutrosophic logic (NL), a propositin has a degree of

person dependent. Researchers define them in many truth (T), a degree of falsity (F) in addition to a degree of

ways, however they have to meet certain conditions. The indeterminacy (I). That is any proposition ൏A, is to be

t-norm has to satisty the following boundary, commuta- considered with the negation of the proposition <Anti A>

tivity, monotonicity, and associativity axioms [9]: as well as a spectrum of neutralities <Neut A>. The later

two forms the term <Non A> which keeps the believe of

1. t-norm (a, 1) = a; the proposition balanced and neutralized [3][4] [3][4] [8]

2. t-norm (a,b) = t-norm (b,a); [13]. NL is very close to human thinking and it has been

developed to represent mathematical models which can

3. if b c , then t-norm (a, b) t-norm (a, c); deal with uncertainty, vagueness, ambiguity, imprecision.

4. t-norm(a,t-norm(b, c))=t-norm (t-norm(a, b), c). That is the knowledge which comes from observations is

mostly characterized by imprecise data, as a result of the

Simillarily any t-conorm has to satisty the following four imprecision of humans or inaccurate measurments.

axioms: Therefore, Neutrosophic Logic is perfect in treating

1. t-conorm (a, 0) = a; problems that involve imprecision, partial truth in data. In

2. t-conorm (a, b) = t-conorm (b, a); addition to that, it can treat incompleteness,

3. if b c ,then t-conorm (a,b) t-conorm (a, c); inconsistency, redundancy, and contradictions in data.

4.t-conorm(a,t-conorm(b,c))= t-conorm(t-conorm(a,b),c). The neutrosophic values T, I, and F, are real subsets of

the non-standard unit interval ]-0,1+[. However, for

t-norm(a,b) = min(a,b) and t-conorm(a,b) = max(a,b) are pratical reasons the non-standard unit interval is replaced

the most used functions for t-norm and t-conorm, by the unit interval [3].

respectively.

Systems that are build using FL start with a fuzzification In intuitionistic fuzzy sets, the incorporated uncertainty -

stage to transform the crisp input value into a fuzzy represented by the falsty degree- is dependent on the

linguistic value. A step that is mandatory done since all degree of belongingness. But, here, the uncertainty in

existing measurments are in crisp numerical values. Then neurosophic fuzzy sets is presented independentely. A

the inference engine takes these fuzzy inputs and calls the neutrosophic set A in X is defined by the truth ( TA ), the

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indeterminacy ( I A ) and falsity ( FA ) membership propositions[9]. And like the classical logic, the most

common inference rule is the generalized modus ponens.

functions. These TA , I A and FA are real standard or

These systems drive their rules directly from numerical

−

non-standard subsets of ] 0,1+ [ with no restriction on data using soft computing techniques. One of the earilest

their sum, i.e. systems was by Kosko[10]. Then many applications have

been introduced for Fuzzy Rule Based Classification

−

0 ≤ supTA ( x ) + supI A ( x ) + supFA ( x ) ≤ 3+. Systems[11][5][12]. These fuzzy systems have been

generalized using different logics. Yet, the most recent

Opertaions on NL ones use Neutrosophic Logic. In [3], generalization of a

Like other non-bivalent logics, the connectives are fuzzy rule based classification system to the

defined in many ways[13]. Two functions N-norm and corresponding neutrosophic system, is done using the

N-conorm are used; where N-norm and N-conorm are truth, indeterminacy,and falsity membership funtions. It

turns out that the overall classification accuracy has been

from ሺሿ ିͲǡ ͳା ሾൈሿ ିͲǡ ͳା ሾൈሿ ିͲǡ ͳା ሾሻଶ to ]-0,1+[. improved using the neutrosophic logic, especially, in data

sets with intereleaved and overlapped classes. An

Any N-norm or N-conorm has to satisfy the four axioms

for the boundary, commutativity, monotonicity, and asso- improvement of this system in [4], in which genetic

ciativity. An example of the logical connectives is to algorithm is used in designing and optimizing the

define them as [1]: knowledge base of the system.

N-norm൫ሺݐଵ ǡ ݅ଵ ǡ ݂ଵ ሻǡ ሺݐଶ ǡ ݅ଶ ǡ ݂ଶ ሻ൯ ൌ ሺሼݐଵ ǡ ݐଶ ሽ ǡ ͳ െ

Fuzzy Logic and Neutrosophic Logic have been used in

ሺሼݐଵ ǡ ݐଶ ሽ ሼ݂ଵ ǡ ݂ଶ ሽሻǡ ሼ݂ଵ ǡ ݂ଶ ሽሻ rule based classification of six different world wide data-

N-conorm൫ሺݐଵ ǡ ݅ଵ ǡ ݂ଵ ሻǡ ሺݐଶ ǡ ݅ଶ ǡ ݂ଶ ሻ൯ ൌ ሺሼݐଵ ǡ ݐଶ ሽ ǡ ͳ െ sets; Iris, Wine, Wdbc, Seeds, Pima, and Statlog(Heart).

ሺሼݐଵ ǡ ݐଶ ሽ ሼ݂ଵ ǡ ݂ଶ ሽሻǡ ሼ݂ଵ ǡ ݂ଶ ሽሻ They all have vague boundries between their classes.

Moreover, some of them have intersected areas with

Similar to the FL systems, any NL system strarts with a misplaced objects.

neutrosofication stage to transform the crisp input value As in any real world problem, the data here contains

into a neutrosophic value. Then the inference engine runs imbalanced data sets, where one class (or more)

on neutrosophic based “IF-THEN” rules. And the result represents large number of the examples (majority class)

has to pass through de-neutrosophication step to transfer while the other classes contain just few examples (mi-

the output to crisp output. nority classes) [12].This drives the classifier to be skewed

Table 1: A comparison between the above logic and the towards the majority class. Therefore, it is important

different types of uncertainity they measure -when dealing with real world data sets- to select an ap-

propriate measure of performance. The most common

Intuitionistic method is analysis based on the confusion matrix [12][8].

Fuzzy Neutrosophic

Fuzzy Logic Table 2 shows a confusion matrix for classification of

Logic Logic

two classes A, B, where:

Zadeh, Atanssov, Smarandache, True Positive(TP) is the percentage of correctly classified

Logic

founder 1965 1983 1999 examples in class A,

False Negative(FN) is the percentage of examples classi-

Membership Truth Truth Degree fied in A while it should be in B, False Positive(FP) is the

Truth percentage of examples classified in B while it should be

Degree Indeterminacy

Degree in A, and True Negative(FN) is the percentage of correct-

Degree

Falsity ly classified examples in class B.

Degree Falsity Degree

Table 2: Confusion matrix for Classes A,B

vagueness vagueness, vagueness,

Uncertainity

Type it Imprecision Imprecision,

Actual Class A Actual Class B

treats Inconsistency,

Incompleteness Class A True False

Prediction Positive(TP) Negative(FN)

5. CASE STDUDY Class B False True

RULE BASED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM Prediction Positive(FP) Negative(TN)

்ା்ே

One of the earliest applications of fuzzy logic is Rule Accuracy = ்ା்ேାிାிே is the most commonly used

Based Systems. In such systems, the core consists of metric for empirical evaluations but if one of these

fuzzy “IF-THEN” rules. Fuzzy sets are used to form the classes were a majority class, the minority class would

antecedent and the consequent parts of the “IF-THEN” have a little impact [12]. Therefore, three other measures

rules and a logical fuzzy implication is used, as well[11]. have been used [8]:

Reasoning based on fuzzy propositions is referred to as ் ்

The Precision = , the Sensitivity = , and the

approximate reasoning. The fundamental components of ்ାி ்ାிே

்ே

approximate reasoning are these “IF-THEN” fuzzy Specifcity =்ேାி

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Fig. 1 shows the total accuracy of the two rule based the center of each class, which reflects inconsistency of

classification systems one is using fuzzy logic and the the data. Fig. 4 shows that the NL system has reached

other is using neutrosophic logic. It is clear that NL gives better results than the FL one.

a more accurate classification than FL for the six data The Seeds dataset has three classes with very vague

sets. Which explains the importance of using the boundries. i.e. the misplased objects lie only on the

indetermincy term for these data sets. The other measures edges. As a result, we can see the precision and specifity

for each data set are explained later. of the first class in the FL is better than the ones using

NL, Fig 5. However, the overall measures were better

using NL.

Pima dataset has two classes, where the two classes are

interleaved and may have overlapped centers. It is

difficult to identify them separately. Similar to the Wdbs,

the indeterminacy term, here, gives better results. The

results of the classification using NL, with respect to the

three measures, is always better than the classification

using FL, Fig. 6.

Statlog(Heart) dataset contains two almost overlapped

classes. It is difficult to identify one from the other. It is

an example of the imprecision and inconsistency that

arises in data. Therefore, there is a big difference between

the results of the NL and the FL, Fig. 7.

Figure 1: Accuracy of Classifing the data sets in Fuzzy

and Neutrosophic Logics 7. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK

Studying well the data set of any project is important.

The Iris dataset contains three classes Iris-Setosa, Iris- And treating the uncertainty in the data is essential and

Versicolour, and Iris-Virginica. The Iris-Setosa is affects the reliability of the results. This article compares

completely separated from the other two classes. And between fuzzy, intuitionistic, and neutrosophic logics and

therefore, the classification using FL has the same result introduces the uncertainty types each logic can handle. A

as the classification using NL for the three measures; case study of Rule Based Classification System -applied

Precision, Sensitivity, and Specificity. However, The to six world wide data sets-, is presented to show the

second and third classes do have vague boundries and importance of choosing the appropriate logic according to

intersected areas. As a result, the Classification using NL the data set. The results showed that using neutrosophic

gives better results than the classification using FL. logic is in general better. Fuzzy logic suits systems that

The Wine dataset contains three classes. Most objects of has only vague data, i.e. the boundaries between the

the first are separated from the other two classes. But classes are unclear. However, the neutrosophic logic -in

some objects in second and the third class are misplaced most measures- gives better results for intersected data

near the center of the wrong class. Here the sets.

indeterminacy term, in NL, plays a good role. The In the future work, building hybrid systems with other

difference between the two classification systems is soft computing techniques seems promissing in extracting

shown in Fig. 3. rules for the rule based classification systems.

The Wdbc dataset has two classes class M, and class B.

There were objects belong to both classes and also nearby

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Figure 2: The measures for the Iris dataset Figure 3: The measures for the Wine dataset

Figure 5: The measures for the Seeds dataset

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Figure 6: The measures for the Pima dataset Figure 7: The measures for the Statlog dataset

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