Interval-Related Talks at the Annual Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society NAFIPS’02 New Orleans, Louisiana, June 27-29, 2002 Usually, this annual event mainly attracts participants from North America, but this year, it was held together with the annual international Fuzzy Logic and the Internet (FLINT) conference. As a result, in addition to authors from the USA (96), Canada (8), and Mexico (2), we had 102 authors and co-authors (almost half) from outside North America: Australia (2), Brazil (3), China (8), Denmark (1), France (5), Germany (4), Indonesia (1), Iran (5), Italy (15), Japan (11), Korea (7), Malaysia (6), Netherlands (1), Poland (1), Portugal (2), Slovenia (4), Spain (16), Sri Lanka (3), Sweden (2), Turkey (2), and UK (3). The original idea was to have topical special sessions, including an interval session. However, to encourage the exchange of ideas between different groups, the organizers decided to mix talks on different topics. As a result, interval-related talks were presented at different sessions, and more people were exposed to these talks than ever before. These talks covered two main areas where interval methods are used in fuzzy techniques: • First, a fuzzy set can be viewed as a natural
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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