Generalizations of Information Granules
In this chapter, we discuss various extensions of the fundamental formal environments of granular computing and elaborate on a series of synergistic interactions arising between them. The first trend is motivated by the complexity and diversity of the granular aspect of information. The second category of developments is motivated by a multifaceted nature of information granularity that usually embraces several dimensions of such concept.
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