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DOI:10.3233/IFS-151906

IOS Press

their applications in pattern recognition

Mumtaz Alia, , Irfan Delib and Florentin Smarandachec

a Department

CO

PY

Rfat Faculty of Education, Kilis 7 Aralk University, Kilis, Turkey

c University of New Mexico, Gallup, New Mexico, USA

b Muallim

TH

OR

Abstract. In this study, we presented concept of neutrosophic cubic set by extending the concept of cubic set to neutrosophic

set. We also defined internal neutrosophic cubic set (INCS) and external neutrosophic cubic set (ENCS). Then, we proposed

some new type of INCS and ENCS is called 13 -INCS (or 23 -ENCS), 23 -INCS (or 13 -ENCS). Then we study some of their

relevant properties. Finally, we introduce an adjustable approach to NCS based decision making by similarity measure and

an illustrative example is employed to show that they can be successfully applied to problems that contain uncertainties.

Keywords: Cubic set, neutrosophic cubic set, internal (external) neutrosophic cubic set, decision making

1. Introduction

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Fuzzy set is firstly introduced by Zadeh [23] to represent the degree of certainty of experts in different

statements. Zadeh also proposed the concept of a linguistic variable with application in [24]. Then Peng

et al. [12] presented an application in multi-criteria

decisionmaking problems. After Zadeh, Turksen

[18] extend fuzzy set to an interval valued fuzzy set.

Interval values fuzzy sets have many applications in

real life such as Sambuc [16], Kohout [9], Mukherjee

and Sarkar [25] also gave its applications in Medical,

Turksen [19, 20] in interval valued logic.

Jun et al. [7] introduced cubic set which is basically

the combination of fuzzy sets with interval valued

fuzzy sets. They also defined internal (external) cubic

sets and investigate some of their properties. The

notions of cubic subalgebras/ideals in BCK/BCI algebras are also introduced in [5]. Jun et al. [6] gave cubic

Corresponding author. Mumtaz Ali, Department of Mathematics, Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan. Tel./Fax:

+92 3340078958; E-mail: mumtazali7288@gmail.com.

cubic ideal and a cubic q-ideal. Also, they established

conditions for a cubic ideal to be cubic q-ideal, characterizations of a cubic q-ideal and cubic extension

property for a cubic q-ideal. The concept of cubic

sub LA--semihypergroup is proposed by Aslam et

al. [1]. They also introduced results on cubic hyperideals and cubic bi--hyperideals in left almost

-semihypergroups.

Smarandache [17] introduced the theory of neutrosophic logic and sets in 1995. Neutrosophy provides

a foundation for a whole family of new mathematical theories with the generalization of both classical

and fuzzy counterparts. In a neutrosophic set, an element has three associated defining functions such as

truth membership function T, indeterminate membership function I and false membership function F

defined on a universe of discourse X. These three

functions are independent completely. Neutrosophic

set is basically studies the origin, nature and scope

of neutralities and their interactions with ideational

spectra. Neutrosophic set generalizes the concept of

classical fuzzy set [23], and so on. The neutrosophic

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1315, 22]. After Smarandache [17], Wang et al. [21]

introduced the concept of interval neutrosophic sets

which are the generalization of fuzzy, interval valued fuzzy set and neutrosophic sets. Also the interval

neutrosophic set studied in [26].

In this paper, we introduce neutrosophic cubic

set and define some new notions such as internal

(external) neutrosophic cubic sets. The notion of neutrosophic cubic set generalizes the concept of cubic

set. We also investigate some of the core properties of neutrosophic cubic set. By using these new

notions we then construct a decision making method

called neutrosophic cubic method. We finally present

an application which shows that the methods can be

successfully applied to many problems containing

uncertainties.

1.1. Fundamental concepts

set over E is defined by

X = {x (x)/x : x E}

set = A, in X is called an external cubic set

(ECS) if (x)

/ (A (x), A+ (x)) for all x X.

Denition 6. [7] Let 1 = A1 , 1 and 2 =

A2 , 2 be cubic sets in X. Then we define

1. (Equality) 1 = 2 if and only if A1 = A2 and

1 = 2 .

2. (P-order) 1 p 2 if and only if A1 A2 and

1 2 .

3. (R-order) 1 R 2 if and only if A1 A2 and

1 2 .

j = x, Aj (x), j (x) |x X

where j , we define

|x X

1. p j = x, Aj (x), j

j

j

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defined by x : E [0.1]. For each x E, the value

x (x) represents the degree of x belonging to the

fuzzy set X.

Denition 2. [18] Let E be a universe. Then, an interval valued fuzzy set A over E is defined by

A = A (x) , A+ (x) x : x E

where A (x) and A+ (x) are referred to as the lower

and upper degrees of membership x E where 0

A (x) + A+ (x) 1, respectively.

is a fuzzy set. It is denoted by A, .

Denition 4. [7] Let X be a non-empty set. A cubic

set = A, in X is called an internal cubic set

(ICS) if A (x) (x) A+ (x) for all x X, where

j

j

j

(P-intersection).

|x X

3. R j = x, Aj (x), j

j

j

j

(R-union).

|x X

4. R j = x, Aj (x), j

j

j

j

(R-intersection).

Denition 8. [17] Let X be an universe. Then a neutrosophic (NS) set is an object having the form

= {< x : T (x) , I (x) , F (x) >: x X}

respectively the degree of Truth, the degree of indeterminacy, and the degree of Falsehood of the element

x X to the set with the condition.

set, we mean a structure

= {x, A(x), (x) |x X}

j

(P-union).

|x X

2. p j = x, Aj (x), j

TH

OR

sets [23], interval valued fuzzy sets [18], neutrosophic

sets [17], interval valued neutrosophic sets [21] and

cubic sets [7]. For more detail of these sets, we refer

to the earlier studies [1, 57, 17, 18, 21, 23].

in X respectively.

CO

PY

1958

1 = {< x, T1 (x) , I1 (x) , F1 (x) > |x X}

and

2 = {< x, T2 (x) , I2 (x) , F2 (x) > |x X}

the operations are defined as follows:

M. Ali et al. / The theory of neutrosophic cubic sets and their applications in pattern recognition

1. 1 1 if and only if

T1 (x) T2 (x) , I1 (x) I2 (x) , F1 (x) F2 (x)

2. 1 = 1 if and only if,

T1 (x) = T2 (x) , I1 (x) = I2 (x) , F1 (x) = F2 (x)

1959

= < x, min A

4. AB

T (x) , BT (x) ,

+

min A+

,

T (x) , BT (x)

+

+

max AI (x) , B

I (x) , max AI (x) , BI (x) ,

+

+

max A

F (x) , BF (x) , max AF (x) , BF (x)

>: x X}

{I1 (x) , I2 (x)} , min {F1 (x) , F2 (x)} >: x X}

and

+

+

B = < x, B

T (x) , BT (x) , BI (x) , BI (x) ,

BF (x) , B+

F (x) >: x X

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Then,

if and only if

1. AB

>: x X}

neutrosophic set and introduced neutrosophic cubic

set. We also defined internal neutrosophic cubic set

(INCS) and external neutrosophic cubic set (ENCS).

Some of it is quoted from [1, 57, 25].

TH

OR

interval neutrosophic set (INS) A in X is characterized by the truth-membership function AT ,

the indeterminacy-membership function AL and the

falsity-membership function AF . For each point x

X, AT (x) , AI (x) , AF (x) [0, 1].

For two INS

+

+

A = < x, A

T (x) , AT (x) , AI (x) , AI (x) ,

AF (x) , A+

F (x) >: x X

= < x, max A

5. AB

T (x) , BT (x) ,

+

,

max A+

T (x) , BT (x)

+

+

Min AI (x) ,B

I (x) , min AI (x) , BI (x) ,

+

+

min A

F (x) , BF (x) , min AF (x) , BF (x)

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PY

{I1 (x) , I2 (x)} , max {F1 (x) , F2 (x)} >: x X}

+

+

A

T (x) BT (x) , AT (x) BT (x) ,

+

+

A

I (x) BI (x) , AI (x) BI (x) ,

+

+

A

F (x) BF (x) , AF (x) BF (x) for all x X.

2. A = B if and only if

+

+

A

T (x) = BT (x) , AT (x) = BT (x) ,

+

+

A

I (x) = BI (x) , AI (x) , BI (x) ,

+

+

A

F (x) = BF (x) , AF (x) = BF (x) for all x X.

+

+

3. Ac = < x, A

F (x) , AF (x) , AI (x) , AI (x) ,

AT (x) , A+

T (x) >: x X

Denition 10. Let X be an universe. Then a neutrosophic cubic set (NCS) set is an object having the

form

= {x, A(x), (x) |x X}

is a neutrosophic set in X. We simply denoted a

neutrosophic cubic set as = A, .

Note that the sets of all neutrosophic cubic sets

over X will be denoted by CX

N.

Example 1. Suppose that X = {x1 , x2 , x3 } be a universe set. Then an interval neutrosophic set A of X

defined by

and a neutrosophic set is a set of X defined by

0.01, 0.2, 0.4 /x1 , 0.1, 0.02, 0.2 /x2 ,

=

0.3, 0.1, 0.7 /3

Then = A, is a neutrosophic cubic set in X.

M. Ali et al. / The theory of neutrosophic cubic sets and their applications in pattern recognition

N . If AT (x)

+

+

T (x) AT (x), AI (x) I(x) AI (x) and A

F (x)

F (x) A+

F (x) for all x X, then is called an internal neutrosophic cubic set (INCS).

N . If A(x) = [0.2,

0.4], [0.3, 0.5], [0.3, 0.5]

and

(x) =

0.3, 0.4, 0.4 for all x X, then = A, is

a INCS.

Denition 12. Let = A, CX

/

N . If T(x)

+

+

(A

/ (A

/

T (x), AT (x)), I(x)

I (x), AI (x)) and F(x)

+

(A

F (x), AF (x)) for all x X, then is called an

external neutrosophic cubic set (ENCS).

Example 3. Let = A, CX

N.

If (x) = 0.5, 0.2, 0.7 in the above Example 2,

then = A, is a ENCS.

Theorem 1. Let = A, CX

N which is not external neutrosophic cubic set. Then, there exist x X

such that

+

or A

F (x) F (x) AF (x).

N . If is both INCS

and ENCS. Then

T(x) (U(AT ) L(AT )),

I(x) (U(AI ) L(AI ))

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U(AT ) = {A+

T (x)|x X},

+

T(x)

/ (A

T (x), AT (x)),

+

I(x)

/ (A

I (x), AI (x)),

+

F(x)

/ (A

F (x), AF (x)),

+

T(x) = A

T (x) or AT (x) = T(x),

+

I(x) = A

I (x) or AI (x) = I(x),

+

F(x) = A

F (x) or AF (x) = F(x).

Hence

F(x) (U(AF ) L(AF )).

N . If

+

A

T (x) T (x) AT (x),

+

A

I (x) I(x) AI (x)

TH

OR

+

A

T (x) T (x) AT (x), AI (x) I(x) AI (x)

And

CO

PY

1960

L(AT ) = {A

T (x)|x X},

U(AI ) = {A+

I (x)|x X},

+

and F(x)

/ (A

F (x), AF (x))

or

+

A

T (x) T (x) AT (x),

+

A

F (x) F (x) AF (x)

+

and I(x)

/ (A

I (x), AI (x))

or

+

A

F (x) F (x) AF (x),

+

A

I (x) I(x) AI (x)

+

and T(x)

/ (A

T (x), AT (x)) for all x X, then is

2

1

called 3 -INCS or 3 -ENCS.

U(AF ) = {A+

F (x)|x X}

N , where A(x) =

[0.1, 0.4], [0.2, 0.5], [0.3, 0.6] and (x) = 0.3,

0.7, 0.4 for all x X. Then = A, is 23 -INCS.

and L(AF ) = {A

F (x)|x X}.

N . If

L(AI ) = {A

I (x)|x X},

ENCS. Then by Definitions (3.1.3) and (3.1.4), we

have

+

A

T (x) T (x) AT (x),

+

A

I (x) I(x) AI (x),

A

F (x)

F (x)

A+

F (x)

+

A

T (x) T (x) AT (x),

+

I(x)

/ (A

I (x), AI (x))

+

and F(x)

/ (A

F (x), AF (x))

or

+

A

F (x) F (x) AF (x),

+

T(x)

/ (A

T (x), AT (x))

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Theorem 4. Let j = Aj , j CX

N , where j

{1, 2, . . . , n}, the following holds.

c

c

+

and I(x)

/ (A

I (x), AI (x))

or

+

A

I (x) I(x) AI (x),

i. Every INCS is a generalization of the ICS.

ii. Every ENCS is a generalization of the ECS.

iii. Every NCS is the generalization of cubic set.

Proof. The proofs are directly followed from above

definitions.

and 1 = 2 ,

2

2. (P order) 1 p 2 if and only if A1 A

and 1 2 ,

2

3. (R order) 1 R 2 if and only if A1 A

and 1 2 .

jI

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Denition 16. Let j = Aj , j CX

N , where j

{1, 2, . . . , n}, we define

Aj (x), j (x) |x X

1. p j = x,

jI

(P-union)

Aj (x), j (x) |x X

2. p j = x,

jI

jI

(P-intersection)

3. R j = x, Aj (x), j (x) |x X

jI

jI

(R-union)

4. R j = x, Aj (x), j (x) |x X

jI

2.

p j

j

C,

R j

j

R (j )C .

j

= R (j

)C

and

j

R j

j

Theorem 5. Let j = Aj , j CX

N , where j

{1, 2, 3, 4}. Then

1. If 1 p 2 and 2 p 3 , then 1 p 3 .

2. If 1 p 2 , then c2 p c1 .

3. If 1 p 2 and 1 p 3 , then 1 p (2 p

3 ).

4. If 1 p 2 and 3 p 2 , then (1 p

3 ) p 2 .

5. If

1 p 2

and

3 p 4 ,

then

(1 p 3 ) p (2 p 4 )

and

(1 p 3 ) p (2 p 4 ).

6. If 1 R 2 and 2 R 3 , then 1 R 3 .

7. If 1 R 2 , then c2 R c1 .

8. If 1 R 2 and 1 R 3 , then 1 R

(2 R 3 ).

9. If 1 R 2 and 3 R 2 , then (1 R

3 ) R 2 .

10. 1 R 2 and 3 R 4 , then (1 R 3 ) R

(2 R 4 ) and (1 R 3 ) R (2 R 4 )

TH

OR

be neutrosophic cubic sets in X. Then

p (j )

j

and

j

CO

PY

N , where A(x) =

[0.1, 0.3]T , [0.2, 0.4]I , [0.4, 0.6]F and (x) =

0.2,

0.7, 0.7 for all x X. Then = A, is 13 -INCS.

jI

= p (j )C

j

+

and F(x)

/ (A

F (x), AF (x)), for all x X, then is

called 13 -INCS or 23 -ENCS.

jI

p j

1.

+

T(x)

/ (A

T (x), AT (x))

jI

1961

jI

jI

(R-intersection)

Denition 17. Let = A, . The complement of

= A, is defined as

c =

x, Ac (x), c (x) : x X

Proof. Straightforward.

Theorem 6. Let = A, CXN .

a. (c )c = .

b. If is an INCS, then c is an INCS.

c. If is an ENCS, then c is an ENCS.

Proof. It is easy.

Denition 18. Let 1 = A1 , 1 and 2 = A2 , 2

be neutrosophic cubic sets in X. Then, distance measure between 1 = A1 , 1 and 2 = A2 , 2 is

given by

d (1 , 2 )

1 n

=

A1T (xi ) A

2T (xi )

i=1

9n

+ A

1I (xi ) A2I (xi )

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[25].

+ A

1F (xi ) A2F (xi )

+

+ A+

1T (xi ) A2T (xi )

+

+ A+

1I (xi ) A2I (xi )

+

+ A+

1F (xi ) A2F (xi ) + |T1 (xi ) T2 (xi )|

It is adapted from [25].

Theorem 7. Let 1 = A1 , 1 and 2 = A2 , 2

be two neutrosophic cubic sets. The function

+ given by Denition 18 is

d(1 , 2 ) = CX

N R

+

metrics, where R is the set of all non-negative real

numbers.

Proof. The proof is straightforward.

Theorem 8. Let 1 = A1 , 1 and 2 = A2 , 2 be

neutrosophic cubic sets. Then,

d(1 ,

d(1 ,

d(1 ,

d(1 ,

2 ) 0;

2 ) = d(2 , 1 );

2 ) = 0 iff 1 = 2 ;

2 ) + d(2 , 3 ) d(1 , 3 ).

!

=

"

0.1, 0.2, 0.4 /x1 , 0.1, 0.2, 0.2 /x2 ,

0.3, 0.1, 0.7 /x3

Step 2. Construct NCSs j = Aj , j , j =

1, 2, 3 on X for the sample patterns as;

TH

OR

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

is given to illustrate the application of similarity

measures between two NCSs in pattern recognition

problem. In this example we take three sample patterns which are to be recognized. Let X = {x1 , x2 , x3 }

be the universe. Also

let be NCS set of the ideal

pattern and j = Aj , j , j = 1, 2, 3 be the NCSs

of three sample patterns.

Step 1. Construct an ideal NCS = A, on X

as;

CO

PY

1962

problem

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method based on similarity measures of two NCS in

pattern recognition problems which is adapted from

[25]. In this method, we assume that if similarity

between the ideal pattern and sample pattern is greater

than or equal to 0.5, then the sample pattern belongs

to the family of ideal pattern in consideration. The

algorithm of this method is as follows:

Algorithm:

Step 1. Construct an ideal NCS = A, on X.

Step 2. Construct NCSs j = Aj , j , j =

1, 2, 3, . . . , n, on X for the sample patterns which

are to recognized.

Step 3. Calculate the distances d(, j ), j =

1, 2, 3, . . . , n.

Step 4. If d(, j ) 0.5 then the pattern j is to

be recognized to belong to the ideal Pattern and if

d(, j ) > 0.5 then the pattern j is to be recognized

not to belong to the ideal Pattern .

!

1 =

"

0.5, 0.6, 0.4 /x1 , 0.2, 0.2, 0.2 /x2 ,

0.3, 0.1, 0.7 /x3

!

2 =

"

0.2, 0.5, 0.2 /x1 , 0.1, 0.5, 0.7 /x2 ,

0.7, 0.1, 0.7 /x3

!

3 =

"

0.9, 0.8, 0.9 /x1 , 0.9, 0.8, 0.9 /x2 ,

0.9, 0.9, 0.1 /x3

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1, 2, 3 as;

d(, j ) = 0.10

[9]

[10]

d(, j ) = 0.19

[11]

d(, 3 ) > 0.5, the sample patterns whose corresponding NCS sets are represented by 1 and 2 are

recognized as similar patterns of the family of ideal

pattern whose NCS set is represented by and the

pattern whose NCS is represented by 3 does not

belong to the family of ideal pattern .

[12]

[13]

[14]

4. Conclusion

[15]

[16]

TH

OR

a neutrosophic set with interval neutrosophic set. It is

basically the generalization of cubic set. In this paper,

we introduced some new type of notions with their

basic properties. In the future, we will apply the sets

to algebraic structures such as; sub-algebras, ideals,

BCK/BCI algebras, q-ideals, and so on.

[17]

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