Annals of Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems

Aims & Scope

The Annals of Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems (ISSN: 0976-8467) is a peer-reviewed international quarterly that will publish papers on latest advances in the theory and applications of fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic and fuzzy systems. The topics include, but are not limited to; fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic for machine intelligence, business, finance and management; fuzzy systems, fuzzy control, intuitionistic fuzzy sets, rough sets, neural-fuzzy systems, fuzzy information theory, fuzzy automata, fuzzy optimization, fuzzy algorithms, soft computing, evolutionary computing, image processing, pattern recognition, rough sets, uncertainty, neural networks, GA and evolutionary computation, hybrid systems, adaptation and learning systems, distributed intelligent systems, network systems, multi-media, human interface, biologically inspired evolutionary systems, artificial life, chaos, complex systems, fractals, robotics, medical applications, virtual reality, wavelet analysis, scientific and industrial applications. Applied papers demonstrating the usefulness of fuzzy methodology in practical problems are also welcome. Contributions are invited from researchers all over the world. All submitted manuscripts will undergo review process and the publication decision will be adjudged by quality, novelty, suitability and interest.

Frequency: The Annals of Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems is published quarterly in one volume annually appearing in April, July, October and January.

Contents | Indexing/Abstracting | Call for Submissions | Author Guidelines | Editorial Board