March 2010
Systems Science;2010, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
This paper presents the structure of initial fuzzy model representing the Polish Internet Mortgage Market. It starts with an introduction describing the market complexities and challenges, and description of previously created rule based model. Then the steps of the process of proposed model fuzzification are presented. Next, there is presented Graphic User Interface developed for the model created. The final part of the paper consists of conclusions and directions for future research.


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