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EUROFUSE and the Department of Statistics and Operational Research at University of Oviedo  invite you to participate in the workshop EUROFUSE2013 on Uncertainty and Imprecision Modeling in Decision Making. This meeting will be held at Hotel Barceló Oviedo Cervantes in Oviedo, Spain, from 2nd to 4th December 2013.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together a broad group of researchers working in the theory of fuzzy sets, related areas and their applications. The workshop is intended to establish the New Trends in the field and to encourage cooperation among the participants.

The program schedule will consist of 3 working days with a half day of social activities. Each day will consist in a talk given by an invited speaker and some special sessions and regular contributions. No parallel sessions will be scheduled. All participants are invited to submit a contribution in order to be reviewed by the committees. A selected number of papers will be expanded and revised for possible inclusion in a Special Issue of the international journal Fuzzy Sets and Systems. The workshop will concentrate on, but not limited to, the following application areas:

  • Preference representation and modeling:
    • Preference relations
    • Preference learning
    • Linear and non-linear utility representations
    • Logical representations
    • Linguistic preference modeling
  • Properties and semantics of preferences:
    • Preference composition, merging, and aggregation
    • Incomplete or inconsistent preferences
    • Reasoning about preferences
    • Preference and choice
  • Decision making
    • Multiple criteria/attributes
    • Qualitative decision theory
    • Rationality
    • Risk analysis
    • Recommender systems
    • Web evaluation
  • Imprecise probabilities:
    • Preference modeling with imprecise probabilities.
    • Axiomatizations of preference modeling with incomplete beliefs.
    • Sets of desirable gambles.
    • Imprecise choice functions.
  • Aggregation operators:
    • Decision making and aggregation operators
    • Construction of fuzzy measures and AGOPs
    • Linguistic aggregation operators
    • Interval-valued aggregation operators

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