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Lista de palestrantes:

  • Humberto Bustince, Department of Automatics and Computation, Public University of Navarra, Pamplona (Spain).
  • João Paulo Carvalho, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computation, University of Lisbon, Lisbon (Portugal).
  • Laecio Carvalho, Instituto de Matemática, Estatística e Computação Científica (IMECC), Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp), Campinas (Brazil).
  • Yurilev Chalco, Instituto de Alta Investigación, Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica (Chile).
  • Baker Kearfott, Mathematics Deaprtment, University of Luoisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette (USA).
  • Igor Škrjanc, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana (Slovenia).


                                   Final Programme and Timetable

Schedule July 4th, 2018


July 5th, 2018


July 6th, 2018


08:20h 08:50h Registration Registration ——
08:50h 9:30h Opening Ceremony Technical Oral Sessions



Technical Oral Sessions



9:30h 10:30h Plenary Talk WM-1

(Prof. Humberto Bustince)

10:30h 11:00h Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
11:00h 12:00h Plenary Talk WM-2

(Prof. Laécio Carvalho)

Plenary Talk TM

(Prof. Yurilev Chalco)

Plenary Talk FM

(Prof. Igor Škrjanc)

12:00h 13:30h Lunch Time Lunch Time Lunch Time
13:30h 15:10h Technical Oral Sessions



Technical Oral Sessions



Technical Oral Sessions



15:10h15:40h Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
15:40h 16:40h Plenary Talk WA

(Prof. João Paulo Carvalho )

Plenary Talk TA

(Prof. Baker Kearfott)

Closing Ceremony
16:40h 18:20h —————– Technical Oral Sessions



17:30h 19:00h Welcome Reception Cocktail ———-
19:00h 22:00h ——- Conference Dinner

5th Brazilian Congress on Fuzzy Systems (CBSF’2018)

  • 37th North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Meeting (NAFIPS 2018)
  • July 4-6, 2018Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil


                           July 4th, 2018 (Wednesday)

Time Schedule Place Activity
08:20h– 08:50h Registration Desk Registration and distribution of conference material
08:50h– 09:30h Room 1 Opening Ceremony
09:30h – 10:30h Room 1 Plenary Talk WM-1

(Prof. Humberto Bustince)

10:30h – 11:00h Coffee Break
11:00h – 12:00h Room 1 Plenary Talk WM-2

(Prof. Laécio Carvalho)

12:00h– 13:30h —– Lunch Time
13:30h – 15:10h Room 1 Technical Session NAFIPS-WA1:  Fuzzy and Possibilistic Mathematical Analysis & Application 1
Room 2 Technical Session NAFIPS-WA2: Image and Signal Processing
Room 3 Technical Session CBSF-WA1: Classificação de Padrões
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-WA2: Aplicações em Transportes e Geociências
15:10h – 15:40h —– Coffee Break
15:40h – 16:40h Room 1 Plenary Talk WA

(Prof. João Paulo Carvalho)

16:40h – 17:30h —– Transportation to Welcome Reception Place
17:30h – 19:00h Barraca Marulho Welcome Reception Cocktail
19:00h – 22:00h —– —–



Plenary Talk WM-1 (Wednesday, July 4th, 09:30h – 10:30h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. Humberto Bustince (Public University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain)

Title: Generalized CF1,F2  integrals and their application to image processing and classification


In this talk we present a generalization (CF1,F2) of the Choquet integral which take advantage from the distributive of the product to replace it by appropriate functions allowing for a nonlinear definition of the integral. We analyze some properties and we show how this new definition can be applied in several problems. In particular, we show how it can be used in classification to get a new fuzzy rule based classification system which behaves at the state-of-the-art one, and in image processing to develop a new class of edge detectors which are easy to implement but provide very competitive results.


Plenary Talk WM-2 (Wednesday, July 4th, 11:00h – 12:00h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. Laécio Carvalho de Barros (University of Campinas, Brazil)

Title: On Fuzzy Derivative


By modeling an evolutionary process from an initial condition, we are considering that the process has a “memory”, that is, the future value is correlated with the present value at each instant. Fuzzy functions that consider this type of interaction are called autocorrelated fuzzy processes. In particular, when the future value is linearly correlated with the present value at each instant, we say that the fuzzy process is linearly correlated. The concept of the derivative of a function at a point is local and there are at least two distinct ways of doing it. One by means of approximation of the processes by straight lines in a neighborhood of this point, such as Leibniz-Fréchet derivative of these fuzzy processes. Another way is via the arithmetic of fuzzy numbers, more precisely, via the difference of the process between different instants, as the temporal increment goes to zero. This technique fits into the Newtonian approach. We focus on this last case, presenting some arithmetic that are characterized in two manners: from interval arithmetic and from arithmetic for interactive fuzzy (that is, via joint possibility distribution). We present a theory of fuzzy equations for this type of process, highlighting its main results. As we shall see, all derivatives that appear in the literature for fuzzy function are interactive. Nevertheless, many authors do not take this into account when adopting numerical methods to solve a Fuzzy Initial Value Problem (FIVP). Finally, we discuss the use of some fuzzy interactive derivatives in a population dynamics model.



Plenary Talk WA (Wednesday, July 4th, 15:40h – 16:40h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. João Paulo Carvalho (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Title: Recommender Systems: Using Fuzzy Fingerprints for “Proper” Recommendations


Most Recommender Systems rely exclusively on ratings and are known as Memory-based Collaborative Filtering systems. This is the currently dominant approach outside of academia due to the low implementation effort and service maintenance, when compared with more complex Model-based approaches, Traditional Memory-based systems have as their main goal to predict ratings, using similarity metrics to determine similarities between the users’ (or items) rating patterns. In this talk, we propose a user-based Fuzzy Collaborative Filtering approach that does not rely on rating prediction, instead leveraging on Fuzzy Fingerprints to create a novel similarity based recommendation approach. Fuzzy Fingerprints provide a concise and compact representation of users allowing the reduction of the dimensionality usually associated with user-based collaborative filtering.



July 4th, 2018 / Wednesday / AFTERNOON (13:30h15:10h)


Technical Session (CBSF – WA1: Classificação de Padrões) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Reconhecimento de padrões em indicadores de sucessão ecológica de estágios florestais usando modelagem fuzzy

Adriano Bressane, Maurício Mota, José Roveda, Sandra Roveda, Marcos Mesquita, Marcos Ribeiro, Felipe Fengler, Gerson Medeiros & Admilson Ribeiro

13:50h – 14:10h Máquina de vetores-suporte nebulosa

Douglas Chielle, Ricardo Coelho & Guilherme de Alencar Barreto

14:10h – 14:30h Analysis of the Fuzzy Unordered Rule Induction Algorithm as a Method for Classification

Elaine Anita de Melo Gomes Soares, Luciana Moura Mendes de Lima, Lecidamia Cristina Leite Damascena & Ronei Marcos de Moraes.

14:30h – 14:50h Classificação de dados de um sistema de telemetria automotiva

Wilson Borba da Rocha Neto & José Maria Pires De Menezes Júnior

14:50h – 15:10h Detecção de pulsares utilizando redes neurais nebulosas baseadas em uninormas

Paulo Vitor Campos Souza & Augusto Junio Guimarães



Technical Session (CBSF – WA2: Aplicações em Transportes e Geociências) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Um Algoritmo para o Problema de Transporte Multimodal Fuzzy

Rodrigo Manosso, Fábio Hernandes, Maria José Castanho & Tony Hild

13:50h – 14:10h Análise da Suscetibilidade à Erosão Utilizando Geoprocessamento e Sistema de Inferência Fuzzy: Um Estudo De Caso Para A Bacia Hidrográfica Do Rio Pirajibu-SP

Amanda Amorim, Luara Nascimento, Lázaro Marins, Sandra Roveda, José Roveda & Roberto Lourenço

14:10h – 14:30h A fuzzy-based model for planning and resource allocation in Dial-a-Ride Problem

Valdir Oliveira & Leizer Schnitman

14:30h – 14:50h Previsão da Dilatância em Descontinuidades de Maciços Rochosos Utilizando Técnicas Fuzzy

Yago Matos, Silvrano Dantas Neto & Guilherme Barreto

14:50h – 15:10h Proposta de um sistema de análise de adequação dos critérios de geo-turismo para candidatos a geoparques baseado em Lógica Fuzzy

Eduardo Munhoz, Daiane Cunha, Sandra Roveda & José Arnaldo Roveda.


                              July 5th, 2018 (Thursday)

Time Schedule Place Activity
08:20h – 08:50h Registration Desk Registration and distribution of conference material
08:50h – 10:30h Room 1 Technical Session NAFIPS-TM1:  Theoretical Developments 1
Room 2 Technical Session NAFIPS-TM2:  Pattern Classification
Room 3 Technical Session CBSF-TM1: Aplicações em Agricultura e Meio-Ambiente 1
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-TM2: Matemática Intervalar
10:30h – 11:00h Coffee Break
11:00h – 12:00h Room 1 Plenary Talk TM

(Prof. Yurilev Chalco)

12:00h – 13:30h —– Lunch Time
13:30h – 15:10h Room 1 Technical Session NAFIPS-TA1:  Knowledge Representation and Decision Making
Room 2 Technical Session NAFIPS-TA2: Theoretical Developments 2
Room 3 Technical Session CBSF-TA1: Aplicações em Saúde e Educação
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-TA2: Aplicações em Econometria, Ciências Atuariais e Finanças
15:10h – 15:40h —– Coffee Break
15:40h – 16:40h Room 1 Plenary Talk TA

(Prof. Baker Kearfott)

16:40h – 18:20h Room 1 Technical Session NAFIPS-TA3:  Type-2 Fuzzy Modeling in Big Data Analytics
Room 2 Technical Session NAFIPS-TA4:  Fuzzy and Possibilistic Mathematical Analysis & Application 2
Room 3 Technical Session NAFIPS-TA5:  Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-TA3: Modelagem Fuzzy e Sistemas Evolutivos
17:30h – 19:00h —– —–
19:00h – 22:00h Restaurante

O Faustino

Conference Dinner


Plenary Talk TM (Thursday, July 5th, 11:00h – 12:00h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. Yurilev Chalco Cano (Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica, Chile)

Title: Fuzzy Mathematical Analysis and Applications


Since the space of all fuzzy numbers endowed with the standard interval arithmetic (SIA) is a quasilinear space, it is not natural to extend or apply the results of mathematical analysis into fuzzy context. Moreover, it is well-known that SIA may overestimate the length of the resultant interval due tothe phenomenon of interval dependence. Since fuzzy interval arithmetic operations are fundamental in fuzzy mathematical analysis, other arithmetic are considered. In addition, some concepts, such as differentiability for interval-value functions, where it is crucial to consider a difference between fuzzy intervals, may present shortcomings if are formulated by means of SIA. In order to avoid some shortcomings caused by the phenomenon of interval dependency some additional difference operations are introduced such as the Hukuhara difference and most recently generalized Hukuhara difference. This talk presents some recent advances in fuzzy mathematical analysis, in particular, those based on new properties of fuzzy-valued functions obtained by using fuzzy arithmetic. Lastly, we discuss some emergent problems in fuzzy optimization and fuzzy differential equations.



Plenary Talk TA (Thursday, July 5th, 15:40h – 16:40h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. Baker Kearfott (University of Luoisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, USA)

Title: Interval Mathematics, Philosophy, Fundamentals, and Applications: Connections to and Contrast with Fuzzy Set Theory


The fundamental problem of interval computations is, given a real-valued function f (x1, . . . , xn) of n variables defined on a hyper-rectangle (interval vector) x = {(x1, . . . , xn) : xixixi, 1 ≤ in}, efficiently compute useful bounds on the range of f over x. In fuzzy computations, x represents a set of α-cuts of inputs, f represents the relation between the inputs and an output, and the range of f over x represents the corresponding α-cut of the output. We begin by reviewing the basic premises of interval arithmetic, including operations and pitfalls. We outline the diverse goals of the interval mathematics community. We then point out how interval arithmetic is commonly used in fuzzy computations. To conclude, we contrast the types of problems and underlying philosophies behind interval mathematics and fuzzy set theory.

Short Bio

Prof. Kearfott’s research interests are clustered in several areas. These include global optimization, software development and computer arithmetic, interval computations, and modeling associated with operations research problems. Specifically, one aspect of his work focuses on branch and bound algorithms for continuous global optimization, with an emphasis on accounting for roundoff error to obtain mathematically rigorous bounds. This work has grown out of an interest to understand nonlinear systems, including parametrized systems and singularities. In the operations research line, Prof. Kearfott has collaborated with the Center for Business Information Technology and a graduate student to develop a model, specific to Lafayette Parish, for pre-placement of post-emergency relief supplies; that project led the student and Prof. Kearfott to develop an extensive knowledge of transportation and facility location models. Prof. Kearfott has a single-authored monograph, has co-authored two other books, and has edited three collections of work appearing as books. Among many papers, he has published various articles in the ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, the SIAM journal on Numerical Analysis, the SIAM journal on Scientific Computing, the Journal of Global Optimization, and Optimization Methods and Software, he is on the editorial board of Optimization Letters, and he is the managing editor of Reliable Computing. He has been active in producing an IEEE standard for interval arithmetic, and he is presently chair of the IEEE Standards Association Microprocessing Standardization Committee.


July 5th, 2018 / Thursday / MORNING (08:50h10:30h)


Technical Session (CBSF – TM1: Aplicações em Agricultura e Meio-Ambiente 1) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
08:50h – 09:10h Classificação de Amostras de Café usando Visão Computacional

Igor Rodrigues Salcides & Gustavo Maia de Almeida

09:10h – 09:30h Fuzzy Numbers for Characterizing the Cocoa Beans Colors Classes in the Cut Test

Felipe Santos & Eduardo Palmeira

09:30h – 09:50h An approach via fuzzy linear programming to control of the soybean aphid

Magda S. Peixoto, Silvia M. S. Carvalho, Laecio C. Barros, Rodney C. Bassanezi & Weldon A. Lodwick.

09:50h – 10:10h Automação de Cultivo Hidropônico Baseado em Sistema MIMO Inteligente Nebuloso

Kayon Lopes, Danúbia Pires & Ginalber Serra

10:10h – 10:30h Sistemas fuzzy para apoio à decisão em processos de licenciamento ambiental de empreendimentos rodoviários

Lucirene França, Adriano Bressane, Thales Carra, Sandra Roveda & José Roveda



Technical Session (CBSF – TM2: Matemática Intervalar) Room 4 Chair: To be defined
08:50h – 09:10h Constraint Interval Function, Fuzzy Type 2 Interval Numbers and Generalized Uncertainty (Possibility)

Weldon Lodwick & Rosana Jafelice

09:10h – 09:30h Modelo de Programação Linear Fuzzy Tipo 2 Intervalar

Anny Silva & Akebo Yamakami

09:30h – 09:50h Constrained interval arithmetic to solve the discrete-time interval optimal control problem

José Renato Campos, Edvaldo Assunção, Geraldo Nunes Silva, Weldon Alexander Lodwick, Marcelo Carvalho Minhoto Teixeira & Ulcilea Alves Severino Leal

09:50h – 10:10h Necessary Conditions for Optimization Problem with an Interval-valued Objective Function

Ulcilea Leal, José Renato Campos, Gino Maqui, Geraldo Silva & Weldon Lodwick

10:10h – 10:30h Interval-Valued Generalized Mixture Functions

Antonio Diego Silva Farias, Regivan Hugo Nunes Santiago & Benjamín Bedregal



July 5th, 2018 / Thursday / AFTERNOON (13:30h15:10h)


Technical Session (CBSF – TA1: Aplicações em Saúde e Educação) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Detecção de Crises Epiléticas Usando o Modelo ANFIS e Coeficientes LPC: Uma Visão Crítica

Julio Peixoto, Guilherme Barreto & Charles Casimiro

13:50h – 14:10h Multiobjective Fuzzy Model to Hire People Using Selective Training

Renato Cerceau, L. A. V. Carvalho, Sergio Manuel Serra Da Cruz, Raimundo Macario, Laci Mary Barbosa Manhaes, Jorge Zavaleta, Elaine Ribeiro Sigette & Ricardo Cerceau

14:10h – 14:30h Fuzzy SERVQUAL ponderado na avaliação da qualidade em serviços: estudo de caso em uma biblioteca universitária

Leonardo Oliveira, Sanderson Silva and José Alfredo Costa

14:30h – 14:50h SFuzzy_ Avalia_E/A: Avaliação de Discentes na Promoção do Ensino e da Aprendizagem de Habilidades via Pensamento Computacional

Amanda Argou Cardozo, Catherine Gayer, Raíssa Pinto, Renata Reiser, Clause Piana, Ana Rita Mazzini, André Du Bois, Marilton Sanchotene Aguiar, Luciana Foss & Simone André Da Costa Cavalheiro

14:50h – 15:10h Mensurando a Presencialidade em um Fórum EaD com Lógica Fuzzy

Monck Charles Albuquerque, Gilvandenys Leite Sales, Cláudio Marques De Sá Medeiros & Giovanni Cordeiro Barroso.



Technical Session (CBSF – TA2: Aplicações em Econometria, Ciências Atuariais e Finanças) Room 4 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Ciclos Econômicos de Goodwin p-fuzzy

Daniel Sánchez, Laécio C. Barros, Alessandro Miebach & Estevão Esmi

13:50h – 14:10h Um método para classificação de riscos e oportunidades em projetos baseado num sistema de inferência fuzzy neural

Domingos Napolitano, Edquel Farias, Dacyr Gatto & Renato José Sassi

14:10h – 14:30h Métodos Modificados de Avaliação de Investimentos em Condições de Incerteza: Uma Abordagem Baseada em Números Fuzzy e Aritmética Intervalar

Antonio Carlos de Souza Sampaio Filho, Marley M. B. R. Vellasco & Ricardo Tanscheit

14:30h – 14:50h Uma aplicação de distribuições fuzzy em precificação de seguros

William Santos, Leandro Ferreira, Danilo Pires & Silvio Salgado

14:50h – 15:10h A Viabilidade da Lógica Fuzzy no Mercado Financeiro Intra-dia

Yuri Sa


July 5th, 2018 / Thursday / AFTERNOON (16:40h18:20h)

Technical Session (CBSF – TA3: Modelagem Fuzzy e Sistemas Evolutivos) Room 4 Chair: To be defined
16:40h – 17:00h Sistemas Fuzzy Evolutivos na Avaliação de Criptomoedas

Emmanuel Tavares, Alisson Marques Silva, Gray Farias Moita & Paulo Eduardo Maciel Almeida

17:00h – 17:20h Dinâmica para transferência de HIV com e sem tratamento a partir do Cálculo de Choquet

Beatriz Laiate, Rosana M. Jafelice, Estevão Esmi & Laécio C. Barros

17:20h – 17:40h Solução Numérica para PVIF via Aritmética Fuzzy Interativa: Aplicação aos Modelos Epidemiológicos

Vinicius Wasques, Estevão Esmi & Laécio C. Barros

17:40h – 18:00h Modelagem Granular Fuzzy Evolutiva para Predição da Posição Angular do Volante de um Automóvel

João Tavares, Daniel Leite & Danilo Lima.

18:00h – 18:20h Avaliação Experimental da Linearização por Realimentação Granular Evolutiva

Jeferson Silva, Lucas Silva de Oliveira, Fernando Gomide & Valter Leite



                                July 6th, 2018 (Friday)

Time Schedule Place Activity
08:20h – 08:50h —— ——
08:50h – 10:30h Room 1 Technical Session NAFIPS-FM1: Inter-Relation between Interval and Fuzzy Techniques
Room 2 Technical Session NAFIPS-FM2: Fuzzy Modeling and Applications
Room 3 Technical Session CBSF-FM1: Automação, Robótica e Sistemas Embarcados
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-FM2: Geração de Energia Elétrica
10:30h – 11:00h Coffee Break
11:00h – 12:00h Room 1 Plenary Talk FM

(Prof. Igor Škrjanc)

12:00h – 13:30h —– Lunch Time
13:30h – 15:10h Room 1 Technical Session CBSF-FA1: Clusterização de Dados
Room 2 Technical Session CBSF-FA2: Aplicações em Agricultura e Meio-Ambiente 2
Room 3 Technical Session CBSF-FA3:  Modelagem Fuzzy e Aplicações
Room 4 Technical Session CBSF-FA4:  Desenvolvimentos Teóricos
15:10h – 15:40h Coffee Break
15:40h – 16:40h Room 1 Closing Ceremony


Plenary Talk FM (Friday, July 6th, 11:00h – 12:00h, Room: )

Speaker: Prof. Igor Škrjanc (University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Title: Different fuzzy algorithms in monitoring, detection and control of processes

Abstract: In this talk different fuzzy and fuzzy evolving algorithms will be presented and explained. The use of fuzzy algorithms will be shown in monitoring and control examples and examples from autonomous mobile systems. An example of successful use of interval fuzzy model will be shown in the case of indoor localization system based on fingerprint principles and realized on smart phones. The proposed algorithm gives an improved precision of localization and is also computationally very effective. In mobile robotics, localization plays the key role in most applications. In most cases advanced sensor systems are required to estimate the robot pose, mostly due to the fact that there is no single and effective sensor that would directly measure the robot pose in indoor environment. A very popular sensor for this purpose is a laser range finder (LRF), which has good coverage, dense information, high accuracy and a high sampling rate. It can be used for localization purposes, map building or SLAM. Using a LRF the robot pose can be estimated by comparing a locally sensed map given by a cloud of reflection points and a known map of the environment. This comparison is usually made by comparing simple geometric features that are extracted from the LRF reflection points. In this talk a new approach, which is based on evolving paradigm, called evolving principal component clustering is applied to the laser data stream. The main reason for implementing the evolving algorithm is the unknown number of features and an on-line nature of the problem. It enables good performance, robust operation, low computational complexity and simple implementation on embedded computers. The evolving fuzzy systems can be also efficiently used in monitoring and fault detection in different processes. The implementation of evolving fuzzy detection systems will be shown for air-conditioning system and in the case of detecting the drives action during his driving based on simple signals which are usually measured in the car. At the end the development of robust evolving could-based controller and the implementation in some practical cases will be shown.


July 6th, 2018 / Friday / MORNING (08:50h10:30h)

Technical Session (CBSF – FM1: Automação, Robótica e Sistemas Embarcados) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
08:50h – 09:10h OpenFZ: Uma Plataforma Embarcada para Gerenciamento de Máquinas Fuzzy

Sérgio Roza & Marcelo Fernandes.

09:10h – 09:30h Proposta de Implementação em FPGA para um Sistema Fuzzy Takagi-Sugeno

Antônio Silva, Sérgio Natan & Marcelo Fernandes

09:30h – 09:50h Um Sistema Fuzzy para Ajuste Dinâmico dos Parâmetros de um Sistema de Colônia de Formigas Aplicado ao Controle Ferroviário de uma Usina Siderúrgica

Vinicius Dos Reis Alves Ferreira & Arthur Plínio De Souza Braga.

09:50h – 10:10h Controle da Trajetória de um Robô Móvel Utilizando Odometria e Lógica Fuzzy

Rodrigo Silva, Thiago Garcia, Daniel Gamarra, Marco Cuadros & Rodrigo Guerra

10:10h – 10:30h Sistema de Navegação para um Robô Móvel usando um Sensor kinect e um Controlador Fuzzy

Marcelo Mafalda, Nicoli Rodrigues, Rodrigo Mattos Da Silva, Thiago Rodrigues Garcia, Marco Antonio de S.L.Cuadros, Rodrigo Da Silva Guerra, Andrei Piccinini Legg & Daniel Fernando Tello Gamarra



Technical Session (CBSF – FM2: Geração de Energia Elétrica) Room 4 Chair: To be defined
08:50h – 09:10h Planejamento de expansão da geração multiobjetivo usando algoritmos genéticos e tomada de decisão Bellman-Zadeh

Guilherme Costa Silva, Adriano Lisboa, Douglas Vieira & Rodney Saldanha

09:10h – 09:30h Estimação da Curva de Potência de Turbinas Eólicas Usando Modelo de Takagi-Sugeno-Kang

Igor Soares Brasil, Guilherme Alencar Barreto & Luís Gustavo Mota Souza

09:30h – 09:50h Determinação de regiões com potencial para geração distribuída através de energias renováveis baseado em regras fuzzy

Bruno Cunha, Eloá Palma, Nilo Martin, Antonio Martins, Fernando Marafão, Sandra Regina Roveda & José Arnaldo Roveda

09:50h – 10:10h Séries temporais fuzzy aplicadas a previsão de carga a curto prazo: aplicações e extensões

Guilherme Costa Silva, João Luis R. Silva, Adriano Lisboa, Douglas Vieira & Rodney Saldanha

10:10h – 10:30h



July 6th, 2018 / Friday / AFTERNOON (13:30h15:10h)


Technical Session (CBSF – FA1: Clusterização de Dados) Room 1 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Fuzzy C-Means na Análise de Pesquisadores Baseado em Dados da Plataforma Lattes

Mateus Meireles Ribeiro, Alisson Marques Silva, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias & Michel Pires Silva

13:50h – 14:10h Sistema de Reconhecimento Gestual para Controle de um Robô Móvel utilizando algoritmos K-means, Fuzzy C-means e Redes Neurais

Evaristo José Do Nascimento, Marco A. S. L. Cuadros & Daniel Fernando Tello Gamarra

14:10h – 14:30h Agrupamento de Fornos de Redução de Alumínio Utilizando o Algoritmo Fuzzy C-Means

Flávia Nascimento

14:30h – 14:50h Sustainable supply chain with zero-inflated fuzzy time series

Henrique Ewbank, José Arnaldo F. Roveda & Sandra R. M. Masalskiene Roveda.

14:50h – 15:10h Estratégia Genética-Nebulosa Aplicada à Otimização para o Gerenciamento de Contingente Policial

Lucas Nascimento Mendonça, Danúbia Soares Pires, Orlando Donato Rocha Filho & William Carey de Castro Viana Prado



Technical Session (CBSF – FA2: Aplicações em Agricultura e Meio-Ambiente 2) Room 2 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Efeito da Temperatura Mínima do Ar na Estimativa do Perigo de Incêndios Florestais Utilizando Sistemas Dinâmicos Fuzzy

Isaac Silva, Marcos Valle, Laécio Barros & João Meyer

13:50h – 14:10h Metodologia de Cálculo do Percentual de “Área Verde” em Loteamento, com uso da Teoria dos Conjuntos Fuzzy

Mauricio Mota, Sandra Roveda & Jose Arnaldo Roveda.

14:10h – 14:30h Avaliação preliminar de áreas minerárias em recuperação no bioma Amazônico por meio de um índice baseado em lógica fuzzy

Felipe Fengler, Marcela Carvalho, Tatiele Cristine Do Carmo, Regina Marcia Longo, Sandra Regina Monteiro Masalskiene Roveda, José Arnaldo Roveda & Admilson Irio Ribeiro

14:30h – 14:50h Previsão de Poluentes Atmosféricos Utilizando Redes Fuzzy na Região Metropolitana do Recife

Ana Carolina Alcantara, Manoel Henrique Da Nóbrega Marinho & Daniel Silva Campos

14:50h – 15:10h An integrated MCDM Approach for Environmental Pollution

Ziya Ulukan, M. Emre Demircioğlu & Sigrid De Mendonça Andersen



July 6th, 2018 / Friday / AFTERNOON (13:30h – 15:10h)

Technical Session (CBSF – FA3: Modelagem Fuzzy e Aplicações) Room 3 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Modelo de crescimento logístico interativo fuzzy com captura

Francielle Santo Pedro, Laécio Carvalho Barros & Estevão Esmi

13:50h – 14:10h Solução de uma equação diferencial via transformada de Laplace fuzzy

Silvio Salgado, Laecio Barros, Estevão Esmi, Danilo Pires & Leandro Ferreira

14:10h – 14:30h Classificação de Equilíbrios em Sistemas Bidimensionais com Incertezas

Marina Tuyako Mizukoshi & Weldon Alexander Lodwick.

14:30h – 14:50h Uma proposta de construção de tábuas de mortalidade utilizando lógica fuzzy

Josiane Carvalho, Leandro Ferreira, Danilo Pires & Sílvio Salgado.

14:50h – 15:10h Sistema Fuzzy de avaliação do grau de fertilidade de bovinos em relação às características do sêmen

Luís Roberto Almeida Gabriel Filho, Luana Possari Maziero, Camila Pires Cremasco Gabriel, Marcelo George Mungai Chacur & Fernando Ferrari Putti



Technical Session (CBSF – FA4: Desenvolvimentos Teóricos) Room 4 Chair: To be defined
13:30h – 13:50h Devaney’s chaos on the class of compact-convex subsets of X

Heriberto Román-Flores, Victor Ayala & Adriano Silva

13:50h – 14:10h Towards the study of main properties of n-Dimensional QL-implicators

Rosana Medina Zanotelli, Renata Reiser & Benjamin Bedregal.

14:10h – 14:30h On f-Correlated Fuzzy Numbers

Roberto Antonio Cordeiro Prata, Valtemir Martins Cabral & Laécio Carvalho de Barros.

14:30h – 14:50h Otimização fuzzy via integrais ponderadas

Nilmara Pinto, Estevão Esmi and Laécio C. Barros.

14:50h – 15:10h Notas sobre Adição e Subtração Intervalar

Laécio C. Barros, Estevão Esmi & Weldon A. Lodwick