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Rough sets and current trends in computing : first international conference, RSCTC ’98, Warsaw, Poland, June 22-26, 1998 : proceedings
Original Title Rough sets and current trends in computing : first international conference, RSCTC ’98, Warsaw, Poland, June 22-26, 1998 : proceedings
Author RSCTC ’98 (1998 : Warsaw, Poland), Polkowski, Lech, Skowron, Andrzej
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Topics Electronic data processing, Rough sets
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
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Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing: First International Conference, RSCTC’98 Warsaw, Poland, June 22–26, 1998 ProceedingsAuthor: Lech Polkowski, Andrzej Skowron Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-64655-6 DOI: 10.1007/3-540-69115-4Table of Contents:Deviation and Association Patterns for Subgroup Mining in Temporal, Spatial, and Textual Data Bases
The Paradox of the Heap of Grains in Respect to Roughness, Fuzziness and Negligibility
Rough Sets – What Are They About?
Reasoning about Data — A Rough Set Perspective
Information Granulation and its Centrality in Human and Machine Intelligence
Classification Strategies Using Certain and Possible Rules
Well-Behaviored Operations for Approximate Sets
Searching for Frequential Reducts in Decision Tables with Uncertain Objects
A New Rough Set Approach to Multicriteria and Multiattribute Classification
A Heuristic Method of Model Choice for Nonlinear Regression
How a New Statistical Infrastructure Induced a New Computing Trend in Data Analysis
Some Remarks on Networks of Parallel Language Processors
Molecular Computation for Genetic Algorithms
Marcus Contextual Languages and their Cut-and-Paste Properties
Contextual Multilanguages: A Learning Method
On Recognition of Words from Languages Generated by Linear Grammars with One Nonterminal Symbol
Approximation Spaces and Definability for Incomplete Information Systems
Intrinsic Co-Heyting Boundaries and Information Incompleteness in Rough Set Analysis
Multifunctions as Approximation Operations in Generalized Approximation Spaces
Preimage Relations and Their MatricesIncludes bibliographical references and index
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