Aims and Scope

The goal of Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications (JFEA) is to help promote the advances in the development and practice of fuzzy sets and their generalization in the areas of foundations,  mathematics, topology, probability and statistic, data analysis, data mining, decision making, decision support system, operations research, stochastic/time series modeling, wavelets, numerical methods, business, finance, management, economic, E-commerce, humanities and social sciences, environmental, medical, biology, astronomy and space sciences,  information systems, approximate reasoning, artificial intelligence, cryptography, computing with words, quantum computation, control, robotics, neural systems, reasoning system, expert systems, clustering, pattern recognition, image processing, computer vision, machine learning, sensors, big data and cloud computing, soft computing, granular computing, uncertainty and indeterminacy modeling, and others. The scope of the journal involves fuzzy extension and applications in every branch of science and technology.

Specific topics of JFEA include, but are not limited to:

  • Fuzzy sets and their variants (Interval, Bipolar, ...) with applications
  • Type-2 fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • L-fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Boolean-valued fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Flou sets and their variants with applications
  • Fuzzy multisets and their variants with applications
  • Shadowed sets and their variants with applications
  • Q-rung orthopair sets and their variants with applications
  • Bipolar-valued fuzzy sets  and their variants with applications
  • Complex fuzzy  sets and their variants with applications
  • Ternary  fuzzy  sets and their variants with applications
  • Dual fuzzy  sets and their variants with applications
  • Connection number (set pair analysis) and their variants with applications
  • Z-numbers and their variants with applications
  • D- numbers and their variants with applications
  • Spherical fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • M–polar sets and their variants with applications
  • Grey sets and their variants with applications
  • Linguistic term sets and their variants with applications
  • Rough  sets and their variants with applications
  • Soft sets and their variants with applications
  • Vague sets and their variants with applications
  • Granular computing with applications
  • Hesitant fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Intuitionistic fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Pythagorean fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Fermatean fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Picture fuzzy sets and their variants with applications
  • Neutrosophic sets and their variants with applications
  • Plithogenic sets and their variants with applications
  • Hypersoft sets and their variants with applications