Two Stage Fuzzy Models and Potential Outliers

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BERTHOLD, Michael, 1999. Two Stage Fuzzy Models and Potential Outliers. In: BREWKA, Gerhard, ed. and others. Fuzzy neuro systems ' 99 : [ computational intelligence. Leipzig:Leipziger Univ.-Verl, pp. 41-53. ISBN 3-933240-75-1

@inproceedings{Berthold1999Stage-24400, title={Two Stage Fuzzy Models and Potential Outliers}, year={1999}, isbn={3-933240-75-1}, address={Leipzig}, publisher={Leipziger Univ.-Verl}, booktitle={Fuzzy neuro systems ' 99 : [ computational intelligence}, pages={41--53}, editor={Brewka, Gerhard}, author={Berthold, Michael} }

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