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Neutrosophic Statistics
by O.H. Arif; Muhammad Aslam
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Neutrosophic Statistics
by Madeleine Al-Tahan
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In this talk, we firstly review some basic concepts related to neutrosophy. Also, we discuss NeutroAlgebra. Next, we present some of our results related to our new defined concept NeutroOrderedAlgebra and compare it to the well known concept of Ordered Algebra. Finally, we leave with some questions that open new research options in this field.
Neutrosophic Statistics
by Mohammed Albassam
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by Madeleine Al-Tahan; F. Smarandache; Bijan Davvaz
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Starting with a partial order on a NeutroAlgebra, we get a NeutroStructure. The latter if it satisfies the conditions of NeutroOrder, it becomes a NeutroOrderedAlgebra. In this paper, we apply our new defined notion to semigroups by studying NeutroOrderedSemigroups. More precisely, we define some related terms like NeutrosOrderedSemigroup, NeutroOrderedIdeal, NeutroOrderedFilter, NeutroOrderedHomomorphism, etc., illustrate them via some examples, and study some of their properties.
Neutrosophic Statistics
by Rehan Ahmad Khan Sherwan; Mishal Naeem; Muhammad Aslam; Muhammad Ali Raza; Muhammad Abid; Shumaila Abbas
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Neutrosophic Statistics
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by Diego Silva JimÈnez; Juan Alexis Valenzuela Mayorga; Mara Esther Roja Ubilla
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In any science, a classical Theorem, defined on a given space, is a statement that is 100% true (i.e. true for all elements of the space). To prove that a classical theorem is false, it is sufficient to get a single counter-example where the statement is false. Therefore, the classical sciences do not leave room for partial truth of a theorem (or a statement). But, in our world and in our everyday life, we have many more examples of statements that are only partially true, than statements that...
Neutrosophic Statistics
by Muhammad Aslam; Ambreen Shafqat; Mohammed Albassam; Jean-Claude Malela-Majika; Sandile C. Shongwe
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Neutrosophic Statistics
by Nasrullah Khan; Muhammad Aslam; P. Jeyadurga; S. Balamurali
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by A. Rezaei; F. Smarandache; S. Mirvakili
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In this paper, we extend the notion of semi-hypergroups (resp. hypergroups) to neutro-semihypergroups (resp. neutrohypergroups). We investigate the property of anti-semihypergroups (resp. anti-hypergroups). We also give a new alternative of neutro-hyperoperations (resp. anti-hyperoperations), neutro-hyperoperation-sophications (resp. anti-hypersophications). Moreover, we show that these new concepts are different from classical concepts by several examples.
Neutrosophic Statistics
by Ali Hussein Al-Marshadi; Ambreen Shafqat; Muhammad Aslam; Abdullah Alharbey
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by Madeleine Al-Tahan; Bijan Davvaz; Florentin Smarandache
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Neutrosophy, the study of neutralities, is a new branch of Philosophy that has applications in many different fields of science. Inspired by the idea of Neutrosophy, Smarandache introduced NeutroAlgebraicStructures (or NeutroAlgebras) by allowing the partiality and indeterminacy to be included in the structuresí operations and/or axioms. The aim of this paper is to combine the concept of Neutrosophy with hyperstructures theory. In this regard, we introduce NeutroSemihypergroups as well as...
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by F. Smarandache; A. Rezaei; S. Mirvakilii
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As generalizations and alternatives of classical algebraic structures Florentin Smarandache has introduced in 2019 the NeutroAlgebraic structures (or NeutroAlgebras) and AntiAlgebraic structures (or AntiAlgebras). Unlike the classical algebraic structures, where all operations are well-defined and all axioms are totally true, in NeutroAlgebras and AntiAlgebras the operations may be partially well-defined and the axioms partially true or respectively totally outerdefined and the axioms totally...