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Smarandache Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, by W.B.Vasantha Kandasamy

Smarandache Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, by W.B.Vasantha Kandasamy

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In this section the notion of Smarandache neutrosophic
bisemigroups are introduced. Several of the analogous
definitions about S-neutrosophic bisemigroups can be derived
as in case of neutrosophic bisemigroups as a simple exercise.

DEFINITION 3.2.1: Let {BS = B1 B2, ×, o} be a nonempty set
with two binary operations. BS is said to be a Smarandache
neutrosophic bisemigroup (S-neutrosophic bisemigroup) if

i.

(B1, ×) is a S-neutrosophic semigroup

ii.

(B2, o) is a S-neutrosophic semigroup or neutrosophic
semigroup or S-semigroup or a semigroup.

If both B1 and B2 are S-neutrosophic semigroups. We call BS a
Smarandache neutrosophic strong bisemigroup (S-neutrosophic
strong bisemigroup). If (B1,
×) is a S-neutrosophic semigroup
and (B2, o) neutrosophic semigroup then BS is a Smarandache
neutrosophic bisemigroup (S- neutrosophic bisemigroup).

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If (B1, ×) as a S-neutrosophic semigroup and (B2, o) a S-
semigroup then we call B a strong S-neutrosophic bisemigroup.

Interested reader can find the relations between them. Now we
proceed onto define the substructures of BS.

DEFINITION 3.2.2: Let BS = {B1 B2, ×, o} be a S-neutrosophic
bisemigroup. A proper subset VS of BS is said to be
Smarandache neutrosophic subbisemigroup (S-neutrosophic
subbisemigroup) if VS = V1
V2 with V1 = VS B1 and V2 = VS
B2 and (VS, o, *) is a S-neutrosophic bisemigroup.

Example 3.2.1: Let B = (B1 ∪ B2, *, o) be a strong S-
neutrosophic bisemigroup where B1 = 〈Z ∪ I〉 S-neutrosophic
semigroup under multiplication and B2 = {0 1 2 3 4 5, I, 2I, 3I,
4I, 5I}; S-neutrosophic semigroup multiplication modulo 6, so
B is a S-neutrosophic bisemigroup.

Example 3.2.2: Let B = (B1 ∪ B2, ×, o) be a S-neutrosophic
bisemigroup where B1 = {〈Z ∪ I〉}, a semigroup under
multiplication and B2 = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5} semigroup under
multiplication modulo 6. B is a S-neutrosophic bisemigroup.

Now T = T1 ∪ T2 be a proper subset of B where T1 = {〈3Z ∪ I〉}
and T2 = {0, 2, 4} a semigroup under multiplication modulo 6.
T is a S-neutrosophic subbisemigroup. One can construct any
number of such examples.

DEFINITION 3.2.3: Let BS = (B1 B2, *, o) be any S-
neutrosophic bisemigroup. A proper subset J = I1
I2 of BS is
said to be a Smarandache neutrosophic biideal (S-neutrosophic
biideal) of BS if

i.

J = I1 I2 is a S-neutrosophic subsemigroup, where I1
= B1
J and I2 =B2 J.

ii.

Each of I1 and I2 are S-ideals of B1 and B2 respectively.

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Now we say the neutrosophic biideal J of BS is Smarandache
maximal neutrosophic biideal (S-maximal neutrosophic biideal)
if I1 is a maximal S-ideal in B1 and I2 is a maximal S-ideal in B2.
Similarly we say J of BS is Smarandache neutrosophic
minimal biideal (S-neutrosophic minimal biideal) of BS if I1 is a
minimal S-ideal of B1 and I2 is a minimal S-ideal of B2. Now if
one of I1 is maximal S-ideal and I2 is not maximal S-ideal, we
call the S-neutrosophic biideal to be a Smarandache
neutrosophic quasi maximal biideal (S-neutrosophic quasi
maximal biideal). In similar manner Smarandache neutrosophic
quasi minimal biideal (S-neutrosophic quasi minimal biideal) is
defined.

Several other properties related to ideals can be extended in case
of S-neutrosophic biideals with proper and appropriate
modifications.

Now we will proceed onto define neutrosophic N-
semigroups (N a positive integer greater than or equal to two)
and S-neutrosophic N-semigroups.

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