International Journal of Approximate Reasoning

    The International Journal of Approximate Reasoning is intended to serve as a forum for the treatment of imprecision and uncertainty in Artificial and Computational Intelligence, covering both the foundations of uncertainty theories, and the design of intelligent systems for scientific and engineering applications. It publishes high-quality research papers describing theoretical developments or innovative applications, as well as review articles on topics of general interest. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, probabilistic reasoning and Bayesian networks, imprecise probabilities, random sets, belief functions (Dempster-Shafer theory), possibility theory, fuzzy sets, rough sets, decision theory, non-additive measures and integrals, qualitative reasoning about uncertainty, comparative probability orderings, game-theoretic probability, default reasoning, nonstandard logics, argumentation systems, inconsistency tolerant reasoning, elicitation techniques, philosophical foundations and psychological models of uncertain reasoning.

    Author Distribution

    Top Authors ( author's name : number of papers / citations )

    2014
    Sergei O. Kuznetsov: 1 / 7
    Artem Revenko: 1 / 7
    2015
    Witold Pedrycz: 4 / 30
    Minxia Luo: 1 / 24
    Songsak Sriboonchitta: 2 / 24
    Kai Zhang: 1 / 24
    Aree Wiboonpongse: 2 / 24
    Jianxu Liu: 1 / 23
    Thierry Denoeux: 1 / 23
    Maria Eugenia Cornejo: 1 / 19
    Eloisa RamíRez-Poussa: 1 / 19
    JesúS Medina: 1 / 19
    Tonghui Wang: 2 / 16
    Orion Fausto Reyes-Galaviz: 1 / 15
    Steven P. D. Woudenberg: 2 / 14
    Martin Nyolt: 1 / 13
    Kristina Yordanova: 1 / 13
    Thomas Kirste: 1 / 13
    Frank KrüGer: 1 / 13
    Albert Hein: 1 / 13
    Phan Hong Giang: 1 / 13
    Xianmin Wang: 1 / 12
    2016
    José Carlos R. Alcantud: 1 / 60
    Weiwei Li: 1 / 37
    Xiuyi Jia: 1 / 37
    Zhiqiu Huang: 1 / 37
    Xinye Cai: 1 / 37
    Junfu Huang: 1 / 33
    Thierry Denoeux: 1 / 33
    Tianrui Li: 1 / 33
    Yunge Jing: 1 / 33
    Yingying Zhang: 1 / 33
    Hossein Javedani Sadaei: 1 / 31
    Fatemeh Mirzaei Talarposhti: 1 / 31
    Tayyebeh Eslami: 1 / 31
    Maqsood Mahmud: 1 / 31
    Frederico Gadelha GuimarãEs: 1 / 31
    Rasul Enayatifar: 1 / 31
    Tobias Kluth: 1 / 27
    Thomas Reineking: 1 / 27
    Joachim Clemens: 1 / 27
    Zhengang Zhao: 1 / 25
    2017
    Angela Locoro: 1 / 3
    Davide Ciucci: 1 / 3
    Federico Cabitza: 1 / 3
    Elisabetta Zibetti: 1 / 1
    Marie-Jeanne Lesot: 1 / 1
    Wei-Zhi Wu: 1 / 1
    Chenchen Huang: 1 / 1
    Marcin Detyniecki: 1 / 1
    Jinhai Li: 1 / 1
    Changlin Mei: 1 / 1
    Charles Tijus: 1 / 1
    Sbastien Lefort: 1 / 1
    B. De Baets: 1 / 0
    Martine De Cock: 1 / 0
    Elie Merhej: 1 / 0
    R. Mesiar: 1 / 0
    Henri Prade: 1 / 0
    Pierre Chainais: 1 / 0
    Travis Waddington: 1 / 0
    Yinghua Shen: 1 / 0
    2018
    Zhao Yi: 1 / 20
    Xiu Zhen-Yu: 1 / 20
    Pang Bin: 1 / 20

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    Multi-objective optimization method for learning thresholds in a decision-theoretic rough set modelCited by 8

    Ruilin Pan,Zhanchao Zhang,Yanglong Fan,Jianhua Cao,Ke Lu,Tingsheng Yang
    (2016)