Work place: Mathematics, K.B.V Mahavidyalaya, Kabisurya Nagar, Ganjam, Odisha

E-mail: sudamparida32@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Computer systems and computational processes, Autonomic Computing, Data Structures and Algorithms, Engineering


S.Ch.Parida is a lecturer in Mathematics in KBV College, Odisha. He is pursuing his Ph.D under the supervision of Dr.B.K.Tripathy. He has a few papers published in international journals and conferences of repute. His current research interest includes Rough sets and knowledge engineering and soft computing.

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Covering Based Optimistic Multigranular Approximate Rough Equalities and their Properties

By B.K. Tripathy S.C.Parida

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2016.06.08, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2016

Since its inception rough set theory has proved itself to be one of the most important models to capture impreciseness in data. However, it was based upon the notion of equivalence relations, which are relatively rare as far as applicability is concerned. So, the basic rough set model has been extended in many directions. One of these extensions is the covering based rough set notion, where a cover is an extension of the concept of partition; a notion which is equivalent to equivalence relation. From the granular computing point of view, all these rough sets are unigranular in character; i.e. they consider only a singular granular structure on the universe. So, there arose the necessity to define multigranular rough sets and as a consequence two types of multigranular rough sets, called the optimistic multigranular rough sets and pessimistic rough sets have been introduced. Four types of covering based optimistic multigranular rough sets have been introduced and their properties are studied. The notion of equality of sets, which is too stringent for real life applications, was extended by Novotny and Pawlak to define rough equalities. This notion was further extended by Tripathy to define three more types of approximate equalities. The covering based optimistic versions of two of these four approximate equalities have been studied by Nagaraju et al recently. In this article, we study the other two cases and provide a comparative analysis.

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Covering Based Pessimistic Multigranular Rough Equalities and their Properties

By B.K. Tripathy S.C.Parida

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2016.04.07, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2016

The basic rough set theory introduced by Pawlak as a model to capture imprecision in data has been extended in many directions and covering based rough set models are among them. Again from the granular computing point of view, the basic rough sets are unigranular by nature. Two types of extensions to the context of multigranular computing are done; called the optimistic and pessimistic multigranulation by Qian et al in 2006 and 2010 respectively. Combining these two concepts of covering and multigranulation, covering based multigranular models have been introduced by Liu et al in 2012. Extending the stringent concept of mathematical equality of sets rough equalities were introduced by Novotny and Pawlak in 1985. Three more types of such approximate equalities were introduced by Tripathy in 2011. In this paper we study the approximate equalities introduced by Novotny and Pawlak from the pessimistic multigranular computing point of view and establish several of their properties. These concepts and properties are shown to be useful in approximate reasoning.

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