He serves as Associate Editor for the Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Transactions on Neural Networks, and is a member of the editorial board. Peters of Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering, World Scientific, Singapore, 1998 Co-Editor in Chief with E. Pedrycz, Classification of relational patterns as a decomposition problem, Pattern Recognition Letters,17, 1996, 91 - 99. Emerging Trends in Fuzzy Systems. This book provides the reader with well-defined and carefully described software practices based on industry standards. Frameworks, methods and technologies in aid of the activities typically found in software projects, are thoroughly presented.
The topics coverage include neurocomputing, granular as well as evolutionary computing, object-oriented analysis and design in software engineering. Pedrycz, Fuzzy clustering preprocessor in neural classifiers, Kybernetes, to appear. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, 309-320. These are supported by many numeric illustrations and a number of application scenarios to motivate the reader and make some abstract concepts more tangible. Pedrycz, Information granularity in the analysis and design of fuzzy controllers, In: Fuzzy Control. This book includes a complete case study representing all of the major phases in software development.
Fuzzy clustering is now a mature and vibrant area of research with highly innovative advanced applications. Pedrycz, Granular computing in Data Mining, In: M. His areas of interest include fuzzy sets and logic, artificial intelligence, and genetic algorithms. He has authored or edited eight books, over 200 papers in journals or volumes, and over forty conference papers. Pedrycz, Fuzzy neural network models, In: Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering J.
Pedrycz, Fuzzy relational control, In: Theoretical Design of Fuzzy Control, H. Sessa, Fuzzy relational structures: The state of art, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 75, 1995, 241 - 262. Zadeh Approach and its Application to Multicriteria Decision-Making. He has published numerous papers in this area, and is also the author of 11 research monographs covering various aspects of computational intelligence and software engineering. Sosnowski, The design of decision trees in the framework of granular data and their application to software quality models, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, to appear. Current methods and software design and development tools for intelligent systems are usually difficult to extend, and it is not easy to reuse their components in developing intelligent systems.
Vukovich, Granular computing in pattern recognition, In: Neuro-fuzzy Pattern Recognition, , H. Pedrycz, Implicitly - supervised learning and its application to fuzzy pattern classifiers, Information Sciences, 106, 1998, 71-85. It presents practical approaches to specifying, designing and testing software as well as the foundations of Software Engineering. General Systems, vol 29, 2000, 529-554. Journal Software Quality Journal — Springer Journals Published: Oct 11, 2004.
Pedrycz, A survey of defuzzification strategies, Int. Encapsulating this through presenting a careful selection of research contributions, this book addresses timely and relevant concepts and methods, whilst identifying major challenges and recent developments in the area. Pedrycz, Specificity shift in solving fuzzy relational equations, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 106, 1999, 211-220. Pedrycz, Relational neural structures, In:Progress in Neural Networks, O. Peters from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books. Pedrycz, Genetic algorithms for learning in fuzzy relational structures, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 69, 1995, 37 - 52. Handbook of Fuzzy Sets and Possibility Theory, to appear.
He has published numerous papers on formal methods in the design of real-time systems, application of fuzzy sets, rough sets, Petri nets and software engineering. Pedrycz, Nonmonotonic fuzzy set operations: a generalization and some applications, Int. Intelligent Systems, 7, 1997, 483 - 493. The reader will also find the latest information in the field, frequent references to related web sites, a glossary of technical terms and acronyms, and supplementary material at the authors' web site. Pedrycz, Fuzzy pattern recognition, In: Industrial Electronics Handbook, J. There is also an extensive bibliography.
SoftwareDesign: Validation and Risk Analysis. Gomide, W Pedrycz, Modeling fuzzy reasoning using high level fuzzy Petri nets, Int. The paper also suggests some steps towards future design of fuzzy components and tools for intelligent systems. Now, this reader-friendly book presents an up-to-date approach to fuzzy systems engineering, covering concepts, design methodologies, and algorithms coupled with interpretation, analysis, and underlying engineering knowledge. Key Features : Thorough coverage is provided on the quantitative aspects of software Engineering including software measures, software quality, software costs and software reliability. The model starts with a well-founded software engineering principle, making clear distinction between generic, low-level intelligent software components, and domain-dependent, high-level components of an intelligent system. Pedrycz, Fuzzy sets in pattern recognition: accomplishments and challenges, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 2, 1997, 171-176.
Pedrycz, Fuzzy system development: software methodology and design tools, Int. Additionally, three appendices and classroom-ready electronic resources make it an ideal textbook for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in engineering and science. Pedrycz, Architectures of granular information and their robustness properties: A shadowed sets approach, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, to appear. His team was also involved in the development of the , which is a that securitizes renewable energy into property-based debt obligations backed by the cash flows of excess energy. Vukovich, Granular computing with shadowed sets, J. Granular Models and Human Centric Computing. Pedrycz, Fuzzy relational calculus, In: Handbook of Fuzzy Computation, to appear.