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Application of fuzzy logic in Identification of Gifted Students

DOSTÁL, P. MACHŮ, E.

Original Title

Application of fuzzy logic in Identification of Gifted Students

Czech Title

Aplikace fuzzy logiky k identifikaci nadaných dětí

English Title

Application of fuzzy logic in Identification of Gifted Students

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Fuzzy logic has successful applications in many areas. In this article the fuzzy theory is used for evaluating the identification criteria of gifted students in the ordinary school class. Students were identified with the nomination method applying by the class teacher who evaluates all students in nine criteria (in 3 general areas: learning L, thinking T and creativity C) which has 5 terms. The fuzzy logic allows to clear evaluation of larger number of data without compensation of variables. Its advantage comes from using of vague variables and settings of weights of importance in used identification method.

Czech abstract

Článek pojednává o možné metodě simulace v podnikatelství, vírové teorii a kapitálových trzích. Je uvedena teorie a možné použití na kapitálovém trhu. Je využito programovéhoprostředí MATLAB.

English abstract

Fuzzy logic has successful applications in many areas. In this article the fuzzy theory is used for evaluating the identification criteria of gifted students in the ordinary school class. Students were identified with the nomination method applying by the class teacher who evaluates all students in nine criteria (in 3 general areas: learning L, thinking T and creativity C) which has 5 terms. The fuzzy logic allows to clear evaluation of larger number of data without compensation of variables. Its advantage comes from using of vague variables and settings of weights of importance in used identification method.

Keywords

fuzzy logic, identification of gifted students, gifted student

RIV year

2015

Released

18.01.2015

Publisher

EPI Kunovice

Location

Kunovice

ISBN

978-80-7314-279-7

Book

International Conference on Soft Computing

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

57

Pages to

66

Pages count

10