Course Reflecting on Fuzziness - PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY
CRF is a philosophical tendency intensive course, to reflect on new ideas in modern science and technology. It is mainly intended for people interested in the evolution of scientific and technological ideas. The course will take place from September, the 12th to October, the 14th, 2011, at the European Centre for Soft Computing (ECSC) premises in Mieres (Asturias), Spain.
The Director of the CRF is Dr. Rudolf Seising (ECSC), and the course will extend for one full month.
CRF consists of the following five parts which are relevant to both, Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing:
- Reflections on the History of Fuzzy Sets and Systems, by Dr. Rudolf Seising.
- Reflections on Fuzzy Logic versus Classical Logic, by Prof. Dr. Enric Trillas.
- Reflections on Fuzzy Control, by Dr. Luis Argüelles.
- Reflections on Neuro-fuzzy and Evolutive Systems, by Prof. Dr. Claudio Moraga.
- Reflections on Computing with Words and Perceptions, by Dr. Gracian Triviño.
Each of the five parts of the course will correspond with two lectures of 1.5 hours by the professor, plus several joint seminars of two hours each. An additional set of complementary lectures will be also offered by selected researches. Every professor will supervise the personal work of one or two students.
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