Modeling of Characteristics on Artificial Intelligence IQ Test: a Fuzzy Cognitive Map-Based Dynamic Scenario Analysis
Keywords:fuzzy cognitive Map (FCM), inference simulation, artificial intelligent system, dynamic scenario analysis, IQ Test, linguistic analysis
AbstractThis research article uses a Fuzzy Cognitive Map (FCM) approach to improve an earlier proposed IQ test characteristics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. The defuzzification process makes use of fuzzy logic and the triangular membership function along with linguistic term analyses. Each edge of the proposed FCM is assigned to a positive or negative influence type associated with a quantitative weight. All the weights are based on the defuzzified value in the defuzzification results. This research also leverages a dynamic scenario analysis to investigate the interrelationships between driver concepts and other concepts. Worst and best-case scenarios have been conducted on the correlation among concepts. We also use an inference simulation to examine the concepts importance order and the FCM convergence status. The analysis results not only examine the FCM complexity, but also draws insightful conclusions.
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