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Fuzzy Sets and Systems

Fuzzy Sets and Systems

Impact Score 5.61


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Research Impact Score: 5.61
JCR Impact Factor: 3.305
Scopus Citescore: 6.5
SCIMAGO H-index: 162
Research Ranking (Computer Science) 142
Number of Top scientists: 28
Documents by top scientists: 55

Journal Information

ISSN: 0165-0114
Publisher: Fuzzy Sets and Systems
Periodicity: Semi-Monthly
Editors-in-Chief: B. De Baets, D. Dubois, E. Hüllermeier, L. Godo

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Fuzzy Sets and Systems grants a venue for the publication of current research results in the swiftly growing fields of Computational Theory and Mathematics, Databases & Information Systems and Machine Learning & Artificial intelligence . The publication policy for Fuzzy Sets and Systems is to publish novel innovative papers that have been extensively reviewed by skilled academic experts. The journal welcomes submissions from the research community where the priority will be on the innovativeness and the practical significance of the published research.

Fuzzy Sets and Systems is listed at Guide2Research, Web of Science and Scopus. There are many leading scientists who contributed to this journal such as De Baets Bernard, Humberto Bustince, Witold Pedrycz and Huai-Ning Wu (吴淮宁)

For extra details on the instructions and submission prerequisites for authors, it is recommended to visit the journal website for Fuzzy Sets and Systems at https://www.journals.elsevier.com/fuzzy-sets-and-systems .

Special Issues

Publisher Journal Details Closing date G2R Score
New Trends in Aggregation

New Trends in Aggregation

Fuzzy Sets and Systems



Fractional Fuzzy Differential Equations



“Fuzzy Modeling for Optimisation and Decision Support