The 7thInternationalWorkshoponFuzzy LogicandApplications (WILF 2007), held at Ruta di Camogli, Genova (Italy) on July 7-10, 2007 coverstopics related to theoretical, experimental and applied fuzzy techniques and systems. This event represents the continuation of an established tradition of biennial interd- ciplinary meetings, aimed at bringing together researchers and developers from both academia and industry, to the aim of reporting on the latest scienti?c and theoretical advances in this scienti?c context as well as to demonstrate the state of the art of applications and systems. Previous WILF workshops have been held, with an increasing number of participants, in Naples (1995), Bari (1997), Genoa (1999), Milan (2001), Naples again (2003), and Crema (2005). Each event has focused on distinct main t- matic areas of fuzzy logic and related applications. This, the 7th WILF meeting, hosts four specials sessions namely the Fourth International Meeting on Computational Intelligence Methods for Bioinform- ics and Biostatistics (CIBB 2007), the Third International Workshop on Cross- Language Information Processing (CLIP 2007), Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets: RecentAdvances (IFS), andSoft Computing inImageProcessing(SCIP). These special sessions extend and deepen the main topics of WILF, thus allowing a cross-fertilization among di?erent, but interdependent, scienti?c communities. WILF2007received147papersubmissionsfromallovertheworld.Arigorous peer-review selection process was applied to ultimately select 84 high quality manuscripts from the submissions. These were accepted for presentation at the conference, and have been published in this volume. Moreover, the volume also includes three presentations from keynote speakers.7th International Workshop on Fuzzy Logic and Applications, WILF 2007, Camogli, Italy, July 7-10, 2007, Proceedings Francesco ... and battery consumption, several control strategies can be implemented, either static ordynamic, accordingto ... In the following we will consider the common problem ofaHEVworking in a urban context; thus, itshouldbeasufficiently small ... performance andachievingan apex speed compatible with traditional motorization (i.e., 120Km/h in suburban cycles).
|Title||:||Applications of Fuzzy Sets Theory|
|Author||:||Francesco Masulli, Sushmita Mitra, Gabriella Pasi|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-06-29|