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IEEE Computer Society, Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic

ISMVL 2021 held Fully Online  ISMVL 2020 held in Miyazaki, Japan
ISMVL 2019 held in Fredericton, Canada  ISMVL 2018 held in Linz, Austria

Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic

TC on MVL

The Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic (TCMVL) of the IEEE Computer Society promotes research in the theory and application of many-valued systems. Its scope includes Multiple-Valued Logic devices and circuits, algebra and formal aspects, fuzzy systems and soft computing, quantum and reversible computing, philosohpical aspects, spectral techniques, and related topics.

Call for Papers

The TCMVL sponsors a symposium each May, the International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic (ISMVL) and cosponsors the annual Post-Binary ULSI Systems Workshop. Many TCMVL members also attend the biennial Reed-Muller Workshop and International Workshop on Reversible Computing that focuses on topics of interest to the TCMVL community. TCMVL members also publish papers in the IEEE Transactions and the Journal of Multiple-Valued Logic and Soft Computing. The TCMVL maintains a mailing list of all members and sends newsletters to members.



Latest Outstanding Papers on MVL:



Most-Cited Survey Papers on MVL:



Multiple-Valued Logic TC Chair:

Prof. Dr. Yasushi Yuminaka

Graduate School of Science and Technology
Gunma University
151 Tenjincho, Kiryu-shi
Gunma 376-8515, Japan
Email: yuminaka{at}gunma-u.ac.jp



Related Links:


the Journal of Multiple-Valued Logic and Soft Computing

Japan Research Group of Multiple-Valued Logic





» Call for papers for ISMVL 2022 was added to page of Upcoming Events on Aug. 20, 2021.

» Journal of Applied Logics Special Issue on MVL and Applications:
Call for Papers (June 17, 2021).

» Award Winners at ISMVL 2021 were added (May 31, 2021).

» Minutes of TCMVL meetings at ISMVL 2021 were added (May 31, 2021).

» Minutes of TCMVL meetings at ISMVL 2020 were added (Dec. 15, 2020).

» Hall of Fame page was added (Nov. 7, 2020).