This study applied the fuzzy statistics to analyze time management issues in campus. The self-designed fuzzy questionnaire was used to collect time management data from 330 college students in Taiwan. This study addressed how fuzzy statistics can be applied for tackling ambiguity questions of time management issues. The results reveal that male and female students showed similar strategies of time management. However, the college differences shows varied time management styles among those students. This study demonstrats fuzzy distance and index of efficiency (IOE) provided more specifically information to interpret what college students intent to do and what they have done. By way of fuzzy statistics, the study can decode the students’ time management related data in different campus more properly.
2012 International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ICACII 2012)