Grey Systems Theory and Application is indexed in SCIE
Recently, Clarivate Analytics has announced that Emerald/ Grey Systems Theory and Application is indexed in SCIE (Science Citation Index Expanded). The first impact factor of Emerald/ Grey Systems Theory and Application (GS) will be announced in JCR (Journal Citation Reports) in June 2020. GS belongs to the categories of “Mathematics”and “Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Applications”in SCIE.
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Grey Systems: Theory and Application is devoted to the international advancement of the theory and application of grey systems and uncertainty analysis. It seeks to foster professional exchanges between scientists and practitioners who are interested in the foundations and applications of grey systems and uncertainty analysis. Through the pioneering work completed over recent years, uncertainty-based techniques such as grey systems theory, fuzzy mathematics and rough set have become powerful tools in addressing systems with uncertain information. Articles published by the journal will explore the theory and applications of grey systems as well as contributions on hybrid approaches combining grey systems with other uncertainty theories, in order to tackle uncertain information more effectively and efficiently.
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