International Journal of Neutrosophic Science

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A Single Valued Neutrosophic Inventory Model with Neutrosophic Random Variable

M. Mullai*, K. Sangeetha, R. Surya, G. Madhan kumar, R. Jeyabalan , S. Broumi

This paper presents the problematic period of neutrosophic inventory in an inaccurate and unsafe mixed environment. The purpose of this paper is to present demand as a neutrosophic random variable.  For this model, a new method is developed for determining the optimal sequence size in the presence of neutrosophic random variables.  Where to get optimality by gradually expressing the average value of integration. The newsvendor problem is used to describe the proposed model.

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Vol. 1 Issue. 2 PP. 52-63, (2020)

Multiplicative Interpretation of Neutrosophic Cubic Set on B-Algebra

Mohsin Khalid , Neha Andaleeb Khalid , Hasan Khalid , Said Broumi

The purpose of this paper is to interpret the multiplication of neutrosophic cubic set. Here we define the notation of ɤ-multiplication of neutrosophic cubic set and study it with the help of neutrosophic cubic M-subalgebra, neutrosophic cubic normal ideal and neutrosophic cubic closed normal ideal. We also study ɤ-multiplication under homomorphism and cartesian product through significant characteristics.

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Vol. 1 Issue. 2 PP. 64-73, (2020)

Neutrosophy for physiological data compression: in particular by neural nets using deep learning

Philippe Schweizer

We would like to show the small distance in neutropsophy applications in sciences and humanities, has both finally consider as a terminal user a human. The pace of data production continues to grow, leading to increased needs for efficient storage and transmission. Indeed, the consumption of this information is preferably made on mobile terminals using connections invoiced to the user and having only reduced storage capacities. Deep learning neural networks have recently exceeded the compression rates of algorithmic techniques for text. We believe that they can also significantly challenge classical methods for both audio and visual data (images and videos). To obtain the best physiological compression, i.e. the highest compression ratio because it comes closest to the specificity of human perception, we propose using a neutrosophical representation of the information for the entire compression-decompression cycle. Such a representation consists for each elementary information to add to it a simple neutrosophical number which informs the neural network about its characteristics relative to compression during this treatment. Such a neutrosophical number is in fact a triplet (t,i,f) representing here the belonging of the element to the three constituent components of information in compression; 1° t = the true significant part to be preserved, 2° i = the inderterminated redundant part or noise to be eliminated in compression and 3° f = the false artifacts being produced in the compression process (to be compensated). The complexity of human perception and the subtle niches of its defects that one seeks to exploit requires a detailed and complex mapping that a neural network can produce better than any other algorithmic solution, and networks with deep learning have proven their ability to produce a detailed boundary surface in classifiers.  

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Vol. 1 Issue. 2 PP. 74-80, (2020)

Plithogenic set for multi-variable data analysis

Prem Kumar Singh

The m-polar and multi-dimensional data sets given a platform to deal with multi--valued attributes. In this case, a problem addressed that sometimes the attributes may contain many types of opposites, non--opposites and neutrals values as for example Rainbow. One of the best examples is sports data sets where each time the value of an attribute changes several time towards the given team, the opposition of the given team as well as draw conditions. The precise representation of these types of data sets and their mathematical analysis are crucial tasks for the research communities. The current paper tried to develop new mathematical set theories for precise representation and analysis of sports data via plithogenic set and its mathematical algebra.

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Vol. 1 Issue. 2 PP. 81-89, (2020)

Three Possible Applications of Neutrosophic Logic in Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Victor Christianto , Robert N. Boyd , Florentin Smarandache

In Neutrosophic Logic, a basic assertion is that there are variations of about everything that we can measure; the variations surround three parameters called T,I,F (truth, indeterminacy, falsehood) which can take a range of values. This paper shortly reviews the links among aether and matter creation from the perspective of Neutrosophic Logic. Once we accept the existence of aether as physical medium, then we can start to ask on what causes matter ejection, as observed in various findings related to quasars etc. One particular cosmology model known as VMH (variable mass hypothesis) has been suggested by notable astrophysicists like Halton Arp and Narlikar, and the essence of VMH model is matter creation processes in various physical phenomena. Nonetheless, matter creation process in Nature remains a big mystery for physicists, biologists and other science researchers. To this problem Neutrosophic Logic offers a solution. We also discuss two other possible applications of Neutrosophic Logic. In short, Neutrosophic Logic may prove useful in offering resolution to long standing conflicts.

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Vol. 1 Issue. 2 PP. 90-95, (2020)