@BOOK { Rsds4348,
author = {Polkowski, Lech T.},
title = {Rough Sets},
booktitle = {Mathematical Foundations},
series = = {Advances in Soft Computing},
volume = 15,
publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
address = {Heidelberg - Berlin, Germany},
year = 2002,
url = {http://www.springer.com/engineering/book/978-3-7908-1510-8},
isbn = {978-3-7908-1510-8},
abstract = {A comprehensive introduction to mathematical structures essential for Rough Set Theory. The book enables the reader to systematically study all topics of rough set theory. After a detailed introduction in Part 1 along with an extensive bibliography of current research papers. Part 2 presents a self-contained study that brings together all the relevant information from respective areas of mathematics and logics. Part 3 provides an overall picture of theoretical developments in rough set theory, covering logical, algebraic, and topological methods. Topics covered include: algebraic theory of approximation spaces, logical and set-theoretical approaches to indiscernibility and functional dependence, topological spaces of rough sets. The final part gives a unique view on mutual relations between fuzzy and rough set theories (rough fuzzy and fuzzy rough sets). Over 300 excercises allow the reader to master the topics considered. The book can be used as a textbook and as a reference work. Written for: Students (graduates/undergraduates), lecturers/tutors, scientists interested in data analysis/decision processes/complex system theory.},
keywords = {fuzzy set theory, fuzzy sets, mathematical foundations, rough sets, rough sets theory, },
}