Neutrosophic Duplet Semi-Group and Cancellable Neutrosophic Triplet Groups
AbstractThe notions of the neutrosophic triplet and neutrosophic duplet were introduced by Florentin Smarandache. From the existing research results, the neutrosophic triplets and neutrosophic duplets are completely different from the classical algebra structures. In this paper, we further study neutrosophic duplet sets, neutrosophic duplet semi-groups, and cancellable neutrosophic triplet groups. First, some new properties of neutrosophic duplet semi-groups are funded, and the following important result is proven: there is no finite neutrosophic duplet semi-group. Second, the new concepts of weak neutrosophic duplet, weak neutrosophic duplet set, and weak neutrosophic duplet semi-group are introduced, some examples are given by using the mathematical software MATLAB (MathWorks, Inc., Natick, MA, USA), and the characterizations of cancellable weak neutrosophic duplet semi-groups are established. Third, the cancellable neutrosophic triplet groups are investigated, and the following important result is proven: the concept of cancellable neutrosophic triplet group and group coincide. Finally, the neutrosophic triplets and weak neutrosophic duplets in BCI-algebras are discussed. View Full-Text
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Zhang, X.; Smarandache, F.; Liang, X. Neutrosophic Duplet Semi-Group and Cancellable Neutrosophic Triplet Groups. Symmetry 2017, 9, 275.
Zhang X, Smarandache F, Liang X. Neutrosophic Duplet Semi-Group and Cancellable Neutrosophic Triplet Groups. Symmetry. 2017; 9(11):275.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Xiaohong; Smarandache, Florentin; Liang, Xingliang. 2017. "Neutrosophic Duplet Semi-Group and Cancellable Neutrosophic Triplet Groups." Symmetry 9, no. 11: 275.
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