This book collects the final versions of the highest quality papers presented at the conference 11th European Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Mathematics held on October 2–5, 2019, in Toledo (Spain). The conjugation of computational sciences with different mathematical tools is essential in order to solve different challenges that arise in a wide-ranging knowledge areas. Nowadays, many promising research lines are being developed in this direction from the theoretical and applicational perspectives.
In this publication, computational intelligence and mathematics are combined in interesting research works that aim to give answers to complex real problems. Moreover, the technical program of this conference included four excellent keynote speeches, given by Prof. José Luis Verdegay (Guidelines to solve Decision Making Problems), Prof. Joao Paulo Carvalho (Recommender Systems: Using Fuzzy Fingerprints for ``Proper'' Recommendations), Dr. Andreja Tepavcevic (Special lattice valued structures and approximate solutions of linear equations), and Prof. Juan Moreno-Garcia (Generating linguistic descriptions using Linguistic Petri Nets).