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Quotient Space Based Problem Solving by Bo Zhang, Ling Zhang

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1.3. The Acquisition of Different Grain-Size Worlds

What are the principles of partitioning or granulation of the worlds? Certainly, some of them are domain-dependent. Some are not. We now discuss the general principles.
Granulation problem can be performed in three different ways.
First, the granulation is directly executed on domains (or universes). A domain is partitioned into regions with different sizes, and then we have a new grain-size world.
Second, the granulation is first performed on attribute values f. And then the domain is accordingly partitioned based on the granulation of f.
Third, the granulation is carried out on structure T. The domain is then partitioned based on the granulation of T.

1.3.1. The Granulation of Domain

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