SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
SPECIAL SESSION ON FUZZY RELATIONS:
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
5-7 September 2001, Leicester, UK
Throughout the last decades several kinds of fuzzy relations have found
their way in the field of database applications. However fuzzy relations
also seem to emerge as powerful tools in an impressive variety of other
applications of fuzzy set theory, such as linguistic modelling,
approximate reasoning, fuzzy morphology (for image processing), fuzzy
rough set theory,...
This session aims to give a flavour of the beauty and the power of fuzzy
relations, both on the theoretical level and the level of applications.
Authors are therefore invited to submit papers describing theoretical
aspects of fuzzy relations and/or their use in areas including but not
* data modelling / database applications
* linguistic modelling
* approximate reasoning
* fuzzy morphology
* fuzzy rough set theory
Authors are requested to send an extended abstract with minimum 2 and
maximum 4 pages by April 1, 2001. Extended abstracts should be prepared on
A4 two column format, in Times or similar style, 10 points. Extended
abstracts must be single sided and they should include title, author's
name(s), affiliation(s) and keywords on top of the first page. E-mail
submissions are encouraged. Please indicate the corresponding authors with
their e-mail addresses.
If accepted, the authors have to prepare the final camera-ready
manuscript in time for inclusion in the proceedings and personally
present the paper at the conference.
If you are interested in submitting a paper to this special session on
fuzzy relations, please contact the session organizers at
Martine De Cock and Etienne E. Kerre
Fuzziness and Uncertainty Modelling Research Unit
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Krijgslaan 281 (S9)
B-9000 Ghent (Belgium)
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