Artificial Intelligence


Evidence Universal Gravitation in Evidence Theory

Authors: Xiangjun Mi, Bingyi Kang

Since the introduction of the law of universal gravitation, it has been widely used in the field of natural sciences and theoretical exploration. In other disciplines, based on the law of universal gravitation, some scholars have proposed universal gravitation search algorithms, swarm intelligence optimization algorithms and fuzzy control. However, there is no research to apply the law of universal gravitation to the field of evidence theory. In this paper, we present for the first time the concept of evidence universal gravitation. In the evidence universal gravitation formula we define the evidence gravitation parameter and the evidence quality generation algorithm. The evidence universal gravitation formula satisfies some basic properties. This paper gives some numerical examples to further illustrate the significance of the gravitational evidence. In addition, because conflict management is an open question, the measurement of conflict has not been reasonably resolved. In this paper, we apply the evidence universal gravitation to conflict processing, and illustrate its wide applicability through the comparison of numerical examples.

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[v1] 2019-08-31 05:31:03

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