Interval-Related Talks at the 2003 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems St. Louis, Missouri, May 25–28, 2003 On May 25–28, an annual international conference on fuzzy systems was held in St. Louis, Missouri. As usual, there were quite a few interval-related presenta- tions. The ﬁrst day of the conference was devoted to tutorials. Out of ﬁve tutorials, two had a strong interval-related component: Jerry Mendel from the University of Southern California described how to use interval-valued (and more general) fuzzy techniques, and Oscar Castillo and Patricia Melin from the Tijuana Institute of Technology, Mexico, described how interval-valued fuzzy sets can be combined with fractals in industrial applications. The 2002 Pioneer Award presentation was given by Didier Dubois, a co-Editor- in-Chief of the international journal Fuzzy Sets and Systems. His talk was about possibility theory, a formalism for describing uncertainty in which for each event E, instead of a single number, we use two values: the degree to which E is possible and a (smaller) degree to which E is necessary. Interval-related techniques for processing the corresponding interval-valued degrees of uncertainty are an important part of possibility theory. D. Dubois especially emphasized the importance of interval- related techniques and algorithms
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Published: Oct 4, 2004
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