In this paper, it is remarked that BZ lattice structures can recover several theoretical approaches to rough sets, englobing their individual richness in a unique structure. Rough sets based on a similarity relation are also considered, showing that the BZ lattice approach turns out to be even more useful, since enables one to define another rough approximation, which is better than the corresponding similarity one.

Cattaneo, G., Ciucci, D. (2006). Some Methodological Remarks about Categorical Equivalences in the Abstract Approach to Roughness. Part II. In First International Conference, RSKT 2006, Chongquing, China, July 24-26, 2006. Proceedings (pp.284-289). Springer [10.1007/11795131_41].

Some Methodological Remarks about Categorical Equivalences in the Abstract Approach to Roughness. Part II

CATTANEO, GIANPIERO;CIUCCI, DAVIDE ELIO
2006

Abstract

In this paper, it is remarked that BZ lattice structures can recover several theoretical approaches to rough sets, englobing their individual richness in a unique structure. Rough sets based on a similarity relation are also considered, showing that the BZ lattice approach turns out to be even more useful, since enables one to define another rough approximation, which is better than the corresponding similarity one.
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BZ lattices; Similarity approximations; Topological operators;
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First International Conference on Rough Sets and Knowledge Technology, RSKT 2006 - 24 July 2006 through 26 July 2006
978-3-540-36297-5
Cattaneo, G., Ciucci, D. (2006). Some Methodological Remarks about Categorical Equivalences in the Abstract Approach to Roughness. Part II. In First International Conference, RSKT 2006, Chongquing, China, July 24-26, 2006. Proceedings (pp.284-289). Springer [10.1007/11795131_41].
Cattaneo, G; Ciucci, D
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