FTT 2005
10th International Conference on Fuzzy Theory and Technology
in conjunction with
8th Joint Conference on Information Sciences
(JCIS 2005)
July 21 - 26, 2005, Salt Lake City, Utah

Call for Papers

   FTT 2005 will concentrate on the mathematical foundations of fuzzy logic in a broad as well as in a narrow sense and all kind of application domains of these theories of fuzziness. More particular we will welcome papers on the following theoretical issues and their applications:

1

Fuzzy topology including fuzzy metric spaces and smooth topological spaces.

2

Fuzzy algebraic structures such as fuzzy groups, fuzzy rings, fuzzy vector spaces.

3

Fuzzy numbers and arithmetical operations, including ranking procedures for fuzzy numbers.

4

Intuitionistic fuzzy sets.

5

Interval-valued fuzzy sets.

6

Rough sets, fuzzy rough sets, rough fuzzy sets.

7

L-fuzzy sets.

8

Links between different models of imprecision and uncertainty.

9

Fuzzy relational structures, including fuzzy relational equations, fuzzy similarity relations and fuzzy orderings.

10

Fuzzy geometry.

11

Uncertainty theories including possibility and necessity theory, plausibility and belief measures, imprecise probabilities.

12

Logical operations, including t-norms, t-conorms, fuzzy implicators, fuzzy quantifiers.

13

Measures of fuzziness.

14

Defuzzification techniques.

15

Fuzzy measures and fuzzy integrals.

16

Fuzzy multivalued mappings.

17

Fuzzy differential calculus.

18

Fuzzy mathematical morphology.

   As practical applications we will especially welcome papers on fuzzy relational databases, fuzzy image processing, linguistic variables, fuzzy decision making and preference structures, fuzzy expert systems, fuzzy reliability theory, soft computing techniques in e-commerce and e-learning.

   We heartily welcome organization of special sessions on specific topics containing 4 to 6 contributions.

   For more information on the parallel conferences in JCIS 2005 as well as hotel accommodations, registration fees, etc., please visit www.jcis.org.

   To submit your paper, please click on Paper Submission.

  

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