# Person: Pereira Dimuro, Graçaliz

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Graçaliz

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Publication Open Access Improving the performance of fuzzy rule-based classification systems based on a nonaveraging generalization of CC-integrals named C-F1F2-integrals(IEEE, 2019) Lucca, Giancarlo; Pereira Dimuro, Graçaliz; Fernández Fernández, Francisco Javier; Bustince Sola, Humberto; Callejas Bedregal, Benjamin; Sanz Delgado, José Antonio; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Institute of Smart Cities - ISC; Estadística, Informática y MatemáticasShow more A key component of fuzzy rule-based classification systems (FRBCS) is the fuzzy reasoning method (FRM) since it infers the class predicted for new examples. A crucial stage in any FRM is the way in which the information given by the fired rules during the inference process is aggregated. A widely used FRM is the winning rule, which applies the maximum to accomplish this aggregation. The maximum is an averaging operator, which means that its result is within the range delimited by the minimum and the maximum of the aggregated values. Recently, new averaging operators based on generalizations of the Choquet integral have been proposed to perform this aggregation process. However, the most accurate FRBCSs use the FRM known as additive combination that considers the normalized sum as the aggregation operator, which is nonaveraging. For this reason, this paper is aimed at introducing a new nonaveraging operator named C-F1F2-integral, which is a generalization of the Choquet-like Copula-based integral (CC-integral). C-F1F2-integrals present the desired properties of an aggregation-like operator since they satisfy appropriate boundary conditions and have some kind of increasingness property. We show that C-F1F2 -integrals, when used to cope with classification problems, enhance the results of the previous averaging generalizations of the Choquet integral and provide competitive results (even better) when compared with state-of-the-art FRBCSs.Show more Publication Open Access Multimodal fuzzy fusion for enhancing the motor-imagery-based brain computer interface(IEEE, 2019) Ko, Li-Wei; Lu, Yi-Chen; Bustince Sola, Humberto; Chang, Yu-Cheng; Chang, Yang; Fernández Fernández, Francisco Javier; Wang, Yu-Kai; Sanz Delgado, José Antonio; Pereira Dimuro, Graçaliz; Lin, Chin-Teng; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Institute of Smart Cities - ISC; Estadística, Informática y MatemáticasShow more Brain–computer interface technologies, such as steady-state visually evoked potential, P300, and motor imagery are methods of communication between the human brain and the external devices. Motor imagery–based brain–computer interfaces are popular because they avoid unnecessary external stimulus. Although feature extraction methods have been illustrated in several machine intelligent systems in motor imagery-based brain–computer interface studies, the performance remains unsatisfactory. There is increasing interest in the use of the fuzzy integrals, the Choquet and Sugeno integrals, that are appropriate for use in applications in which fusion of data must consider possible data interactions. To enhance the classification accuracy of brain-computer interfaces, we adopted fuzzy integrals, after employing the classification method of traditional brain–computer interfaces, to consider possible links between the data. Subsequently, we proposed a novel classification framework called the multimodal fuzzy fusion-based brain-computer interface system. Ten volunteers performed a motor imagery-based brain-computer interface experiment, and we acquired electroencephalography signals simultaneously. The multimodal fuzzy fusion-based brain-computer interface system enhanced performance compared with traditional brain–computer interface systems. Furthermore, when using the motor imagery-relevant electroencephalography frequency alpha and beta bands for the input features, the system achieved the highest accuracy, up to 78.81% and 78.45% with the Choquet and Sugeno integrals, respectively. Herein, we present a novel concept for enhancing brain–computer interface systems that adopts fuzzy integrals, especially in the fusion for classifying brain–computer interface commands.Show more Publication Open Access T-overlap functions: a generalization of bivariate overlap functions by t-norms(Springer, 2018) Zapata, Hugo; Pereira Dimuro, Graçaliz; Fernández Fernández, Francisco Javier; Bustince Sola, Humberto; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Institute of Smart Cities - ISC; Estadística, Informática y MatemáticasShow more This paper introduces a generalization of overlap functions by extending one of the boundary conditions of its definition. More specifically, instead of requiring that 'the considered function is equal to zero if and only if some of the inputs is equal to zero' , we allow the range in which some t-norm is zero. We call such generalization by a t-overlap function with respect to such t-norm. Then we analyze the main properties of t-overlap function and introduce some construction methods.Show more Publication Open Access The law of O-conditionality for fuzzy implications constructed from overlap and grouping functions(Elsevier, 2019) Pereira Dimuro, Graçaliz; Callejas Bedregal, Benjamin; Fernández Fernández, Francisco Javier; Sesma Sara, Mikel; Pintor Borobia, Jesús María; Bustince Sola, Humberto; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Ingeniaritza; Institute of Smart Cities - ISC; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; IngenieríaShow more Overlap and grouping functions are special kinds of non necessarily associative aggregation operators proposed for many applications, mainly when the associativity property is not strongly required. The classes of overlap and grouping functions are richer than the classes of t-norms and t-conorms, respectively, concerning some properties like idempotency, homogeneity, and, mainly, the self-closedness feature with respect to the convex sum and the aggregation by generalized composition of overlap/grouping functions. In previous works, we introduced some classes of fuzzy implications derived by overlap and/or grouping functions, namely, the residual implications R-0-implications, the strong implications (G, N)-implications and the Quantum Logic implications QL-implications, for overlap functions O, grouping functions G and fuzzy negations N. Such implications do not necessarily satisfy certain properties, but only weaker versions of these properties, e.g., the exchange principle. However, in general, such properties are not demanded for many applications. In this paper, we analyze the so-called law of O-Conditionality, O(x, 1(x, y)) <= y, for any fuzzy implication I and overlap function O, and, in particular, for Ro-implications, (G, N)-implications, QL-implications and D-implications derived from tuples (O, G, N), the latter also introduced in this paper. We also study the conditional antecedent boundary condition for such fuzzy implications, since we prove that this property, associated to the left ordering property, is important for the analysis of the O-Conditionality. We show that the use of overlap functions to implement de generalized Modus Ponens, as the scheme enabled by the law of O-Conditionality, provides more generality than the laws of T-conditionality and U-conditionality, for t-norms T and uninorms U, respectively.Show more