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EUROFUSE Workshop 2009: Preference Modelling and Decision Analysis
16-18 September, 2009 — Pamplona, Spain


The Department of Automatic and Computation of the Public University of Navarra and EUROFUSE invite you to participate in the EUROFUSE Workshop Preference Modelling and Decision Analysis. This meeting will be held at the Public University of Navarra, 16-18 September, 2009.

The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners developing and applying fuzzy techniques in preference modelling and decision making. The workshop is intended to establish the new trends in the field and to encourage cooperation among the participants.

The Workshop will concentrate on, but not limited to:

  • Preference representation / modelling
    • Preference learning
    • Linear and non-linear utility representations
    • Multiple criteria/attributes
    • Qualitative decision theory
    • Logical representations
    • Linguistic preference modelling
    • Relations between qualitative and quantitative approaches
  • Applications of preferences to:
    • Data-base querying and repair
    • Classification and data mining
    • Information retrieval
    • Image processing
    • Non-monotonic reasoning
    • Recommendation systems and other e-commerce applications
  • Properties and semantics of preferences
    • Preference composition, merging, and aggregation
    • Incomplete or inconsistent preferences
    • Reasoning about preferences
    • Preference and choice
  • Extensions of fuzzy sets
  • Aggregation operators
    • Decision making and aggregation operators
    • Construction of fuzzy measures and AGOPs
    • Linguistic aggregation operators
    • Interval-valued aggregation operators

Important dates

18 April 2009
Deadline for submission of extended abstracts
15 May 2009
Notification of acceptance
15 July 2009
Deadline for submission of camera-ready copies
16-18 September 2009

Social programme

The programme schedule will consist of 3 working days and a half day excursion to the historical sights in Pamplona. Each day will start with an invited lecture followed by a number of regular contributions; no parallel sessions will be scheduled. The number of participants foreseen is between 35 and 50.


Prof. Humberto Bustince, Eurofuse 2009 Organizing Chair

Department of Automatic and Computation, Public University of Navarra, Pamplona 31006 (Spain)