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In this paper, we study the application of fuzzy set theory, genetic algorithms and rough set theory techniques to the control of the rectifier. A fuzzy adaptive control scheme with the aid of rough set theory via genetic algorithms (GAs) finding the center parameters in place of the classical control is proposed. On the one hand, genetic algorithm gets optimal parameters of an accurate domain model, which tunes the scaling factors of fuzzy adaptive control but is hardly established in a non-liner system. On the other hand, fuzzy adaptive control deals with the dynamics and complexity of responses from rectifier of a HVDC system in the operation points, by adjusting its control parameters with the aid of rough tuner adaptively. Our study includes a brief introduction to fuzzy control and rough set algorithms, both theory and application. We also evaluate the performance of rough fuzzy control by simulation in the paper. The focus of our experiments is on the constant current control in rectifier side of HVDC system. The result shows there are many improvements offered by the fuzzy control scheme based on rough set theory in comparison with the only fuzzy control scheme in the rectifier side of HVDC system.