By James J. Buckley, Leonard J. Jowers
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X7 ). Because of the problems discussed above, curves going above (below) the horizontal line y = 1 (y = 0), we will not use this method of generating random quadratic fuzzy numbers in this book. Instead, we will employ the procedure outlined in the next section. , x5 ) ∈ [0, 1]5 of length ﬁve. The deﬁnition and properties of B´ezier generated fuzzy numbers (BGFNs) is a result of research on random fuzzy numbers done by Leonard Jowers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham . B´ezier generated fuzzy numbers have a 100% yield of triangular shaped FNs.
5667. 96. 4) So we reject H0 when s ≤ 26 or s ≥ 40. In our example with s = 10 we reject H0 and conclude that this sequence of fuzzy numbers is not random. The left critical value guards against trends and the right critical value guards against cycles. A trend would be a sequences of increasing, or decreasing, fuzzy numbers leading to too few runs and s ≤ 26. Cycles would produce something like + + − − + + − − + + − − .... and too many runs with s ≥ 40. There are two other variations on the run test that could be used.
To make their use compatible with the other random number generators, our generators release integers one at a time with each call. We are particularly interested in Sobol quasi-random integers because of our prior work (,), and because Sobol sequences are reasonably well known and we have used them with MATLAB . 1 Quasi-random Sequences Quasi-random numbers are also known as Low Discrepancy Points (LDP) or low discrepancy sequences. They are called quasi-random because they possess many attributes of random numbers, but they are truly not random.
Monte Carlo Methods in Fuzzy Optimization by James J. Buckley, Leonard J. Jowers