Special Issue "Fuzzy Mathematics Applied to Science, Engineering and Sustainability Issues"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 August 2020).
Interests: fuzzy graph theory; fuzzy algebraic structures; applications to sustainable development; human trafficking
Interests: fuzzy logic; fuzzy graph theory; fractal geometry; bio computational modeling; human trafficking
Fuzzy mathematics, also called mathematics of uncertainty, gifted to humanity by Zadeh in the second half of the 20th century, is now established as one of the most important tools in dealing with imprecision and vagueness. The consequences of this theory can be seen in almost all major areas of Mathematics, Science, Economics, and Technology. The applications of this theory are also widespread in different areas including Artificial intelligence, Networks, Robotics, and Control theory. Most of the algebraic, analytic, topological, and discrete structures in mathematics possess “fuzzy” counterparts.
Further, mathematics of uncertainty is used to analyze the relationship between the sustainable development goals and human trafficking. The members of all United Nation States agreed to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) address five broad areas of critical importance: people, planet, prosperity, peace, and partnership. As an overarching principle, the Goals posit that States have a collective interest and responsibility to ensure that the most vulnerable people and populations are not left behind by economic, social, and environmental progress. There are serious problems that the world faces. Solutions to these problems are contained in the SDGs. The problems include issues such as climate change and trafficking in persons.
The aim of this Special Issue is two-fold. The first one is studying fuzzyness in different areas of mathematics, giving emphasis to applications in different engineering fields. The second is to analyze economic development, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability using fuzzy mathematics. The lack of accurate data related to areas makes mathematics of uncertainty a natural tool for this analysis.
Please note that all submitted papers must be within the general scope of the Symmetry journal.
Prof. Dr. John N Mordeson
Dr. Sunil Mathew
Manuscript Submission Information
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- fuzzy logic
- engineering applications of fuzzy logic
- sustainable development goals
- climate change
- human trafficking
- modern slavery
- health issues
- mathematics of uncertainty