International Joint Conference on Rough Sets

La Habana, June 29 - July 3, 2020


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Aim and Scope

Rough Set Theory (RST) is a prominent methodology within the umbrella of Computational Intelligence and Granular Computing (GrC) to handle uncertainty in inconsistent environments. RST has enjoyed widespread success in a plethora of real-world application domains and remains at the forefront of numerous theoretical studies to consolidate and augment its well-established properties.

Authors are encouraged to submit research papers describing original, previously unpublished, complete researches, which are currently not under review by another conference or journal, addressing state-of-the-art research and developments, devoted to one or more of the conference topics. Moreover, we also invite researchers who search for new tools suitable for solving their problems, and also those who would like to discuss their problems with some members of the rough set community. They are warmly welcomed to submit the results of their research or simply participate in the conference.

The International Joint Conference on Rough Sets (IJCRS) 2020 will take place in the MeliĆ” Habana hotel in Havana, Cuba, from June 29 to July 3, 2020. IJCRS2020 aims at providing a forum for exchange on RST and their applications. The symposium includes tutorials, invited key lectures and paper presentations.

The goals of IJCRS 2020 are to strengthen the relationships among researchers and institutions working on RST and GrC in general, to increase awareness of these topics and to facilitate the contact between new researchers and consolidated groups. Special interest will be paid to promoting RST among the Latin American research community.

IJCRS is the prime international conference sponsored by the International Rough Set Society (IRSS). IJCRS 2020 encapsulates four main tracks which refer to major threads of rough set conferences held so far:

  • Rough Sets and Data Science (in relation to RSCTC series organized since 1998)
  • Rough Sets and Granular Computing (in relation to RSFDGrC series organized since 1999)
  • Rough Sets and Knowledge Technology (in relation to RSKT series organized since 2006)
  • Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems (in relation to RSEISP series organized since 2007)