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EUSFLAT Working Group on Genetic Fuzzy Systems

Aims and Scope

The field of Genetic Fuzzy Systems (GFS) has now reached a stage of maturity after the earliest papers were published sixteen years ago. The fusion of a population-based, robust search algorithm (the genetic algorithm, GA) with a representation that offers linguistic interpretability (fuzzy systems) provides a powerful paradigm for computational intelligence research. Although the maturity of the GFS field means it is now being applied to an ever growing number of real-world applications, there are many basic issues yet to be resolved and there is an active and vibrant worldwide community of researchers working on these issues

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Name/Affiliation E-Mail/WWW
Brian Carse
University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Jorge Casillas
University of Granada, Spain


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