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15. DEVELOPMENT OF INTERVAL TYPE-2 FUZZY LOGIC FRAMEWORK FOR ACADEMIC STAFF APPRAISAL by Umoh U A. Robinson S.A., Robinson E. S. and Udoh AE. Volume 14, (January - March, 2021 Issue)
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DEVELOPMENT OF INTERVAL TYPE-2 FUZZY LOGIC FRAMEWORK FOR ACADEMIC STAFF APPRAISAL

Umoh U A1., Robinson S.A2. , Robinson E. S2. and Udoh AE.3   

Department of Computer Science1, Department of Computer Science2

University of Uyo, P.M.B. 1017, 520003, Uyo, Nigeria, 

Department of Computer Engineering3, 

Heritage Polytechnic,Ikot Udoata, P.O.BOX 1029,Eket, Nigeria

Abstract

In developing countries, government seemed to pay attention to education sector. This is evidenced through massive funds directed to universities system to train lecturers and enhance the efficiency in productivity of the staff in higher institutions. Despite this massive investment on academic staff, performance appraisal systems used in the various institutions create much room for bias, nepotism, unreliable and imprecise. This study outlines the most relevant issues concerning academic staff performance appraisal in university system with particular emphasis on the faculty of science guided by the following objectives; design of a database model to handle both structured and unstructured information of academic staff ,design of interval type -2 fuzzy logic system for academic staff appraisal management ,development of interval type -2 fuzzy logic system for academic staff appraisal management framework and representation of  interval type -2 fuzzy logic system for academic staff appraisal management. Primary method of data collection such as observation of archive and questionnaire were deployed to obtain data. These data are stored in knowledgebase and the Interval Type -2 Fuzzy Logic is used to manipulate on it and transforms the data into the fuzzy output. 

Keywords: Performance Appraisal System, Interval Type -2 Fuzzy Logic, Multi source feedback, 360 degree feedback, mathematical method, Knowledge Base

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