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AbstractWe show that every idempotent weakly divisible residuated lattice satisfying the double negation law can be transformed into an orthomodular lattice. The converse holds if adjointness is replaced by conditional adjointness. Moreover, we show that every positive right residuated lattice...
AbstractWe show that the image of a q-hyperconvex quasi-metric space under a retraction is q-hyperconvex. Furthermore, we establish that quasi-tightness and quasi-essentiality of an extension of a T0-quasi-metric space are equivalent.
AbstractLet R be an open equivalence relation on a topological space E. We define on E a new equivalence relation ̃ℜ̅ by x̃ ̃ℜ̅y if the closure of the R-trajectory of x is equal to the closure of the R-trajectory of y. The quotient space E/̃ ̃ℜ̅ is called the trajectory class space. In this...
AbstractIn this paper, we combine concepts of interval-valued fuzzy soft sets and graph theory. Then we introduce notations of interval-valued fuzzy soft graphs and complete interval-valued fuzzy soft graphs. We also present several different types operations including cartesian product, strong...
AbstractThe Tutte polynomials for signed graphs were introduced by Kauffman. In 2012, Fath-Tabar, Gholam-Rezaeı and Ashrafı presented a formula for computing Tutte polynomial of a benzenoid chain. From this point on, we have also calculated the Tutte polynomials of signed graphs of benzenoid...
AbstractNear Set Theory has various applications in the literature. In this paper, using the concept descriptive nearness, we show how to perform iris recognition. This process has a few algorithms given via Mathematica Script Language.
AbstractIn this study we construct, in the category XAlg(R) / A of crossed A-modules of R-algebroids, the coproduct of given two crossed A-modules M = (μ : M → A) and N = (ɳ : N → A) of R-algebroids in two different ways: Firstly we construct the coproduct M ᴼ* N by using the free product M * N...
AbstractDifferentiation and integration are basic operations of calculus and analysis. Indeed, they are in- finitesimal versions of substraction and addition operations on numbers, respectively. From 1967 till 1970 Michael Grossman and Robert Katz gave definitions of a new kind of derivative and...
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