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Welcome to the International Rough Set Society
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International Rough Set Society (IRSS) is a non-profit organisation intended as a forum for contacts and exchange of information between members of scientific community whose research is related to the Rough Set Theory.More...

Last Updated ( Saturday, 25 February 2012 )
IJCRS 2016 in Santiago de Chile - submission deadlines extended
Written by Chris Cornelis   

Extended abstract submission deadline: July 25, 2016

Early registration deadline: August 5, 2016

The 2016 International Joint Conference on Rough Sets (IJCRS 2016) is the prime international conference sponsored by the International Rough Set Society (IRSS). It encapsulates four main tracks which refer to major 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)

The main objective of IJCRS is to gather together:
- People working in various fields related to theoretical foundations and practical applications of rough sets
- People working in other fields, wishing to discuss their results and experiences with rough set community
- People dealing with real-world problems, wishing to share their specifics and look for new inspirations

See also our Upcoming Conferences section for more details.

We look forward to seeing you in Santiago de Chile!
Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 July 2016 )
Plenary panel sessions dedicated to Professor Pawlak
Written by Chris Cornelis   

This is the year of the 90-th anniversary of birth and the 10-th anniversary of death of Professor Zdzislaw Pawlak (1926-2006).

Therefore, two plenary panel sessions dedicated to Professor Pawlak are being prepared.

1. At FedCSIS 2016 (Gdansk, September 11-14):

The plenary panel session will form a thematic block with the AAIA 2016 sessions focused on rough sets and approximate reasoning:
See also our Upcoming Conferences section for more details about the call for position papers at FedCSIS / AAIA 2016.


2. At IJCRS 2016 (Santiago de Chile, October 7-11):

The plenary panel session is planned to summarize Professor Pawlak’s scientific journey and discuss connections between rough sets and other areas of computer science and mathematics. Achievements of Professor Pawlak will be also referred during other talks, by those of keynotes and IRSS fellow speakers who knew him in person. More ...

Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 July 2016 )
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