Fuzzy Modeling And Analytic Hierarchy Processing To Quantify Risk Levels Associated With Occupational Injuries .1. The Development Of Fuzzy-Linguistic Risk Levels
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IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Syst.
CARPAL-TUNNEL SYNDROME; REPETITIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS; WORKERS; DESIGN; Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence; Engineering, Electrical &; Electronic
This paper presents Part I in a two-phase research project to develop a fuzzy-linguistic expert system for quantifying and predicting the risk of occupational injury, specifically, cumulative trauma disorders (CTD's) of the forearm and hand. This aspect of the research focuses on the development and representation of linguistic variables to qualify risk levels. These variables are then quantified using fuzzy-set theory, thus allowing the model to evaluate qualitative and quantitative data. These linguistic risk variables may be applied to other potentially hazardous environments. The three phases of the knowledge acquisition and variable development are covered, as well as the feasibility of the linguistic variables.
Ieee Transactions on Fuzzy Systems
"Fuzzy Modeling And Analytic Hierarchy Processing To Quantify Risk Levels Associated With Occupational Injuries .1. The Development Of Fuzzy-Linguistic Risk Levels" (1996). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1686.