a-RST : a generalization of rough set theory

@inproceedings{Quafafou1999aRSTA,
  title={a-RST : a generalization of rough set theory},
  author={Mohamed Quafafou},
  year={1999}
}
The paper presents a transition from the crisp rough set theory to a fuzzy one, called Alpha Rough Set Theory or, in short, a-RST. All basic concepts or rough set theory are extended, i.e., information system, indiscernibility, dependency, reduction, core, de®nability, approximations and boundary. The resulted theory takes into account fuzzy data and allows the approximation of fuzzy concepts. Besides, the control of knowledge granularity is natural in a-RST which is based on a parameterized… CONTINUE READING

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