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Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

MTH402

FUZZY MATHEMATICS

17146::Varun Joshi

Course Weightage

ATT: 5

Course Orientation

CA: 20

MTT: 25

ETT: 50

3

Exam Category: 13: Mid Term Exam: All MCQ End Term Exam: MCQ +

Subjective

TextBooks ( T )

Sr No

Title

Author

T-1

THEORY AND APPLICATIONS

BO YUAN

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

2nd

2013

Reference Books ( R )

Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

R-1

APPLICATIONS

H. J. ZIMMERMANN

4th

2001

SPRINGER

Other Reading ( OR )

Sr No

OR-1

http://fuzzy.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/ci/fs/fs_ch05_relations.pdf ,

OR-2

http://perso.telecom-paristech.fr/~bloch/papers/prDist99.pdf ,

Relevant Websites ( RW )

Sr No

Salient Features

RW-1

http://www.fuzzytech.com/

fuzzy mathematics

RW-2

http://reference.wolfram.com/applications/fuzzylogic/Manual/12.html

Fuzzy clustering

RW-3

http://home.deib.polimi.it/matteucc/Clustering/tutorial_html/cmeans.html

Weeks before MTE

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week

Lecture

Number Number

Week 1

Lecture 1

of a fuzzy set)

T-1:1

Lecture 2

of a fuzzy set)

T-1:1

Lecture 3

of fuzzy logic)

Lecture 4

Lecture 5

Week 2

Text/reference

Relevant Websites,

books

Audio Visual Aids,

software and Virtual

Labs

Lecture Description

Demonstration/

Case Study /

Images /

animation / ppt

etc. Planned

RW-1

Lecture 1 should be

considered as zero

lecture and in lecture 2

introduction to basic

definitions should be

discussed

to understand about

the history of fuzzy

set and its evolution

and need of the

subject.They will be

familiar with topics

and evaluation

components

Power Point

presentation with

white board and

marker.

Application of

fuzzy set in

image

recognition

RW-1

Lecture 1 should be

considered as zero

lecture and in lecture 2

introduction to basic

definitions should be

discussed

to understand about

the history of fuzzy

set and its evolution

and need of the

subject.They will be

familiar with topics

and evaluation

components

Power Point

presentation with

white board and

marker.

Application of

fuzzy set in

image

recognition

T-1:1

and its elements, alpha

cut,strong alpha cut,

Level set,Support and

height of fuzzy set

Convex fuzzy set

to learn the definition PPT

of fuzzy set and its

parameter like alpha

cut strong alpha cut

The database of

Cgpa and other

performance of

students and

their

classification

of fuzzy logic)

T-1:1

and its elements, alpha

cut,strong alpha cut,

Level set,Support and

height of fuzzy set

Convex fuzzy set

to learn the definition PPT

of fuzzy set and its

parameter like alpha

cut strong alpha cut

The database of

Cgpa and other

performance of

students and

their

classification

(Unions, Intersections,

Complements,

sums,Products differences)

T-1:3

Fuzzy complement,

Fuzzy intersections, t

norms, Fuzzy Union or

t conorms. Yager

union,intersection,

complement. Bounded

and Algebraic

Sums,Products,Differen

ce operations on a fuzzy

set

White board and

Fuzzy set operations PPT along with the

as generalization of discussion

crisp set operations,

Students will also

learn about different

operations on a Fuzzy

set as a subset of

universal set.

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 2

Week 3

Lecture 6

Lecture 7

Lecture 8

(Unions, Intersections,

Complements,

sums,Products differences)

(Unions, Intersections,

Complements,

sums,Products differences)

composition)

T-1:3

T-1:3

T-1:5

R-1:6

Lecture 9

Week 4

Fuzzy complement,

Fuzzy intersections, t

norms, Fuzzy Union or

t conorms. Yager

union,intersection,

complement. Bounded

and Algebraic

Sums,Products,Differen

ce operations on a fuzzy

set

White board and

Fuzzy set operations PPT along with the

as generalization of discussion

crisp set operations,

Students will also

learn about different

operations on a Fuzzy

Fuzzy complement,

Fuzzy intersections, t

norms, Fuzzy Union or

t conorms. Yager

union,intersection,

complement. Bounded

and Algebraic

Sums,Products,Differen

ce operations on a fuzzy

set

White board and

Fuzzy set operations PPT along with the

as generalization of discussion

crisp set operations,

Students will also

learn about different

operations on a Fuzzy

Join and Compositions

(Max-min, Min-Max)

construct the Joins

PPT along the

and Compositions for discussion

relation matrix

Fuzzy ternary

relation by the

graph on CRISP

set

set as a subset of

universal set.

set as a subset of

universal set.

Test1

including, Operations,

Reflexivity, Symmetry and

Transitivity)

T-1:5

R-1:6

OR-1

OR-2

Relations including,

Operations, Reflexivity

on crisp and Fuzzy set

Symmetric Fuzzy

relation on crisp and

Fuzzy set Transitive

Fuzzy relation on crisp

and Fuzzy set

Discussion

how the

reflexive,symmetric

and transitive

relations are used in

the object recognition

Simple fuzzy

image of

alphabet and

numbers on

Fuzzy image

matrix

including, Operations,

Reflexivity, Symmetry and

Transitivity)

T-1:5

R-1:6

OR-1

OR-2

Relations including,

Operations, Reflexivity

on crisp and Fuzzy set

Symmetric Fuzzy

relation on crisp and

Fuzzy set Transitive

Fuzzy relation on crisp

and Fuzzy set

Discussion

how the

reflexive,symmetric

and transitive

relations are used in

the object recognition

Simple fuzzy

image of

alphabet and

numbers on

Fuzzy image

matrix

Classification based on

fuzzy relations)

T-1:5

Pattern Classification on

fuzzy relations

compatible relation.

Fuzzy Ordering

relations

White board and

how the

PPT along the

reflexive,symmetric discussion

and transitive

relations are used in

the object recognition

Image

recognition

(finger print,

face image

matrix)

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 5

Week 6

Classification based on

fuzzy relations)

T-1:5

Pattern Classification on

fuzzy relations

compatible relation.

Fuzzy Ordering

relations

White board and

how the

PPT along the

reflexive,symmetric discussion

and transitive

relations are used in

the object recognition

Image

recognition

(finger print,

face image

matrix)

of Fuzzy sets)

T-1:15

Fuzzy linear

programming solution

by lower bound and

upper bound.

Construction

of optimized Fuzzy

linear programming

problem. Triangular

Fuzzy linear

programming problem

to construct and solve PPT

the problem of Fuzzy

linear programming

The

optimization of

profit and loss of

any industrial

problem by

Fuzzy linear

programming

of Fuzzy sets)

T-1:15

Fuzzy linear

programming solution

by lower bound and

upper bound.

Construction

of optimized Fuzzy

linear programming

problem. Triangular

Fuzzy linear

programming problem

to construct and solve PPT

the problem of Fuzzy

linear programming

The

optimization of

profit and loss of

any industrial

problem by

Fuzzy linear

programming

of Fuzzy sets)

T-1:15

Fuzzy linear

programming solution

by lower bound and

upper bound.

Construction

of optimized Fuzzy

linear programming

problem. Triangular

Fuzzy linear

programming problem

to construct and solve PPT

the problem of Fuzzy

linear programming

The

optimization of

profit and loss of

any industrial

problem by

Fuzzy linear

programming

The comparison

of image and its

quality fuzzy

matrix by the

distances

Lecture 17

Week 7

Test2

between Fuzzy Sets)

T-1:1

Hamming, Euclidean

Pseudo metric and

Malinowski Distances

between two fuzzy set

determine the

PPT along the

distance between two discussion

fuzzy sets

(Cylindrical extensions and

closure , types of

projections)

T-1:5

and its projections

, Cylindrical extensions

and closure

find Closers and

Extensions from

ternary relation

PPT along with the

discussion

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

SPILL OVER

Week 7

Lecture 20

Spill Over

Lecture 21

Spill Over

MID-TERM

Week 8

Week 9

application in modelling

information system

(Clustering method, Fuzzy

C-mean clustering

method,Fuzzy C-means

algorithm,Clustering method

based upon Fuzzy

equivalence relations)

T-1:13

RW-2

RW-3

Construction of cluster

by Fuzzy compatible

relation, fuzzy

equivalence relation.

Fuzzy Cmean clustering

to differentiate the

PPT along the

fuzzy compatible and discussion

equivalence relation

and also determine

the C-mean and

equivalence

clustering

application in modelling

information system

(Clustering method, Fuzzy

C-mean clustering

method,Fuzzy C-means

algorithm,Clustering method

based upon Fuzzy

equivalence relations)

T-1:13

RW-2

RW-3

Construction of cluster

by Fuzzy compatible

relation, fuzzy

equivalence relation.

Fuzzy Cmean clustering

to differentiate the

PPT along the

fuzzy compatible and discussion

equivalence relation

and also determine

the C-mean and

equivalence

clustering

application in modelling

information system

(Clustering method, Fuzzy

C-mean clustering

method,Fuzzy C-means

algorithm,Clustering method

based upon Fuzzy

equivalence relations)

T-1:13

RW-2

RW-3

Construction of cluster

by Fuzzy compatible

relation, fuzzy

equivalence relation.

Fuzzy Cmean clustering

to differentiate the

PPT along the

fuzzy compatible and discussion

equivalence relation

and also determine

the C-mean and

equivalence

clustering

application in modelling

information system

(Clustering method, Fuzzy

C-mean clustering

method,Fuzzy C-means

algorithm,Clustering method

based upon Fuzzy

equivalence relations)

T-1:13

RW-2

RW-3

by Fuzzy compatible

relation, fuzzy

equivalence relation.

Fuzzy Cmean clustering

to differentiate the

PPT along the

fuzzy compatible and discussion

equivalence relation

and also determine

the C-mean and

equivalence

clustering

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 9

application in modelling

information system

(Clustering method, Fuzzy

C-mean clustering

method,Fuzzy C-means

algorithm,Clustering method

based upon Fuzzy

equivalence relations)

T-1:13

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

RW-2

RW-3

by Fuzzy compatible

relation, fuzzy

equivalence relation.

Fuzzy Cmean clustering

to differentiate the

PPT along the

fuzzy compatible and discussion

equivalence relation

and also determine

the C-mean and

equivalence

clustering

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

Understanding of

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

Understanding of

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

Understanding of

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

(Fuzzy graphs and

connectivity,Fuzzy

application in Database

Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks)

T-1:12

R-1:6

and sub graph from

relation.

Lecture 28-Complete

Fuzzy graph,Path

length.

Lecture 29-Spanning

graph,Connected fuzzy

graph, Connectivity.

Lecture 30cycle,Strength MU

length, MU distance.

Lecture 31-32:Fuzzy

data base.

Lecture 33-Application

to Fuzzy Neural

Networks

White board and

readability from one PPT along with the

point to other in a

discussion

fuzzy graph

and understanding of

fuzzy database and

fuzzy information

retrieval with the help

of set of recognized

index terms

and a set of relevant

documents

Week 12 Lecture 34

Lecture 35 Fuzzy Regression(Fuzzy

regression)

Test3

T-1:17

idea with crisp data

to understand the

PPT along with the

fuzzy regression and discussion

construct the

transitive relation

from compatible

matrix for perfect

partition

classification.

The reduction o

error in image

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

regression basic idea with

crisp data)

T-1:17

idea with crisp data

to understand the

PPT along with the

fuzzy regression and discussion

construct the

transitive relation

from compatible

matrix for perfect

partition

classification.

The reduction o

error in image

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

regression basic idea with

crisp data)

T-1:17

idea with crisp data

to understand the

PPT along with the

fuzzy regression and discussion

construct the

transitive relation

from compatible

matrix for perfect

partition

classification.

The reduction o

error in image

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

Fuzzy Regression(Fuzzy

regression)

T-1:17

idea with crisp data

to understand the

PPT along with the

fuzzy regression and discussion

construct the

transitive relation

from compatible

matrix for perfect

partition

classification.

The reduction o

error in image

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

Regression with Fuzzy

parameters)

T-1:17

Fuzzy parameters

White board and

The reduction o

linear regression with PPT along with the error in image

Fuzzy parameters

discussion

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

Regression with Fuzzy

parameters)

T-1:17

Fuzzy parameters

White board and

The reduction o

linear regression with PPT along with the error in image

Fuzzy parameters

discussion

ecognition by

equivalence

elation

Regression with Fuzzy Data)

T-1:17

Fuzzy data

White board and

linear regression with PPT along with the

Fuzzy data

discussion

Regression with Fuzzy Data)

T-1:17

Fuzzy data

White board and

linear regression with PPT along with the

Fuzzy data

discussion

SPILL OVER

Week 14 Lecture 41

Spill Over

Lecture 42

Spill Over

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

Spill Over

Component

Frequency

Test

Out Of

2

3

Total :-

30

60

30

60

AT No.

Objective

(group/individuals/field

work

Evaluation Mode

Allottment /

submission Week

Test1

To check the

Definition of a fuzzy set, Elements of fuzzy logic, Relations

understanding of

including, Operations, Reflexivity, Symmetry and Transitivity.

topics fuzzy set,

elements of fuzzy

logic, relations

including, operations

etc.

Individual

A test of 30 marks

will be conducted.

Each question will

be of 5 marks or in

multiple of 5. All

questions will be

compulsary

2/3

Test2

To check the

konwladge of

students in Fuzzy

analysis and

extention principle

Continuity and Integrals. Applications of Fuzzy sets extensions,

Projections ,Cylindrical extensions and closure , types of

projections

Individual

A test of 30 marks

will be conducted.

Each question will

be of 5 marks or in

multiple of 5. All

questions will be

compulsary

5/6

Test3

To test the

understanding of

Applications of

fuzzy sets and Fuzzy

Algebra.

Modelling Information Systems, bApplications, Connectivity in

Fuzzy Graphs,Application in Database Theory, Applications to

Neural Networks

A test of 30 marks

will be conducted.

Each question will

be of 5 marks or in

multiple of 5. All

questions will be

compulsary

11 / 12

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

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