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Volume 10, Issue 03, March 2019, pp. 1339-1350. Article ID: IJMET_10_03_135

Available online at http://www.iaeme.com/ijmet/issues.asp?JType=IJMET&VType=10&IType=3

ISSN Print: 0976-6340 and ISSN Online: 0976-6359

TRANSLATION OF KM IDEALS ON K-

ALGEBRA

S. Kailasavalli

Assistant Professors, PSNA College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul-624622,

Tamilnadu, India.

C.Yamini

Assistant Professors, PSNA College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul-624622,

Tamilnadu, India.

M.Meenakshi

Assistant Professors, PSNA College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul-624622,

Tamilnadu, India.

VE.Jayanthi

Professor and Head, Department of Bio medical Engineering, PSNA College of Engineering

and Technology, Dindigul-624622, Tamilnadu, India.

ABSTRACT

Fuzziness is found in engineering, medicine, manufacturing and other areas in our

daily life. Recently, Fuzziness is applied to find the solution of human decision,

reasoning and learning. The concept of intuitionistic fuzzification of subalgebra and

KM ideals of the K-algebra are considered for testing the satisfaction of the properties.

In addition to Intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translations to intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideals

in K-algebra also introduced and their several related properties are tested and proofs

are presented in this work.

Keywords: K-algebra, fuzzy KM ideals, intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal, intuitionistic

fuzzy magnified translation of KM ideals.

Cite this Article S. Kailasavalli, C.Yamini, M.Meenakshi and VE.Jayanthi, an

Intuitionistic Fuzzy Magnified Translation of Km Ideals on K-Algebra, International

Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 10(3), 2019, pp. 1339-1350.

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S. Kailasavalli, C.Yamini, M.Meenakshi and VE.Jayanthi

1. INTRODUCTION

The fuzzy set theory domain is a wide range and its information is incomplete or inaccurate

such as bioinformatics. Initially, the notion of the fuzzy sets and its functions are introduced by

Zadeh[1]. Extension properties of BCK-Algebras are described and it is implicative

[2].Intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS) is a powerful tool to deal with imprecision. Assigning each

element as a membership degree in IFS is the extension of Zadeh’s fuzzy set and it is

successfully applied and tested by Atanassov[3]. IFS are applied in various fields in artificial

intelligence system of intuitionistic fuzzy for expert systems; neural networks decision making,

machine leaming and semantic representations. The concepts of fuzzy magnified translation

on groups are introduced [4]. Intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation notion and its various

properties are discussed [5],[6], [7] and [8].The K-Algebras and BCI Algebras are introduced

and the concepts are clearly discussed [9]. Fuzzy ideals of K Algebras are introduced and their

properties are verified [10] and [11] and the extension of Fuzzy KM an ideal on K-algebras is

also introduced and checked [12]. In this paper, Intuitionistic fuzzy and Intuitionistic fuzzy

magnified translations basic concepts are presented in section 2. Intuitionistic fuzzy is defined

in KM ideal and some theorems are verified in section 3 and its morphism properties proof are

in section 4. The following section 5 consists of Intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translations in

KM ideal are defined and their morphism properties are discussed in section 6.

2. PRELIMINARIES

Basic concepts of fuzzy K-algebra and its KM ideal are defined and discussed in this section

for obtaining the results of intuitionistic fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translations

under homomorphism and epimorphism properties.

Definition 2.1:

Let (G, ·, e) be a group with the identity e such that x2 ≠ e for some x(≠ e) ∈ G.

A K-algebra built on G (briefly, K-algebra) is a structure K = (G, ., ⨀, e) where “ ” is a

binary operation on G which is induced from the operation “·”, that satisfies the following:

(k1) (∀a, x, y ∈ G) ((a x) (a y) = (a (y-1 x-1))⨀a),

(k2) (∀a, x ∈ G) (a (a x) = (a x-1) a),

(k3) (∀a ∈ G) (a a = e),

(k4) (∀a ∈ G) (a e = a),

(k5) (∀a ∈ G) (e a = a-1).

If G is abelian, then conditions (k1) and (k2) are replaced by:

(k1’) (∀a, x, y ∈ G) ((a x) (a y) = y x),

(k2’) (∀a, x ∈ G) (a (a x) = x),

respectively. A nonempty subset H of a K-algebra K is called a subalgebra of K if it satisfies:

• (∀a, b ∈ H) (a b ∈ H).

Note that every subalgebra of a K-algebra K contains the identity e of the group (G, ·).

Definition 2.2:

A fuzzy set η in a k-algebra k is called a fuzzy ideal of k if it satisfies:

(i) (∀x∈ 𝐺)(η(e)≥ η(x))

(ii) (∀x, 𝑦 ∈ 𝐺) (η(y)≥min{η(y ⨀x), η((x⨀(x ⨀ y))})

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Definition 2.3:

An intuitionistic fuzzy set A = {<x, η𝐴 (x), ϑ𝐴 (x)>: x∈ 𝑅} is called an intuitionistic fuzzy

subalgebra X if it satisfies

i. η𝐴 (x*y)≥ min{η𝐴 (x),η𝐴 (y)} and

ii. ϑ𝐴 (x*y) ≤ max{ϑ𝐴 (x),ϑ𝐴 (y)} for all x,y∈ X.

Definition 2.4:

An intuitionistic fuzzy set A = {<x, η𝐴 (x), ϑ𝐴 (x)>/x∈ 𝑋} in X is called an intuitionistic fuzzy

ideal of X if it satisfies

I. η𝐴 (0) ≥ η𝐴 (x), ϑ𝐴 (0) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x)

II. η𝐴 (x) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x*y), η𝐴 (y)}

III. ϑ𝐴 (x) ≤ max{ϑ𝐴 (x*y),ϑ𝐴 (y)} for all x,y∈ X.

Intuitionistic Fuzzy is the Extensions of fuzzy is defined and its subdivion of KM ideals are

described below.

Definition 3.1:

Let (X,⊙,0) be a K-algebra, if the following conditions are satisfied, for all x,y,z𝜖X

I. η(0) ≥ η(x).

II. 𝜇(𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧) ≥min{ 𝜇(𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦), 𝜇(𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥) }

III. then, a fuzzy subset ηin x is called a fuzzy KM-Ideal of X

Definition 3.2:

An intuitionistic fuzzy set A = {<x, η𝐴 (x), ϑ𝐴 (x)>/x∈ 𝑋} in K-algebra X is called an

intuitionistic fuzzy KM-ideal of A if

I. η𝐴 (0) ≥ η𝐴 (x) and ϑ𝐴 (0) ≥ ϑ𝐴 (x)

II. η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

III. ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

Theorem 3.3:

Let A be a nonempty subset and intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideals of a k-algebra. Then so is A =

η𝐴 and A = (x, ϑ𝐴 , ̅̅̅

(x, η𝐴 , ̅̅̅) 𝜗𝐴 )

Proof:

We know that,η𝐴 (0) ≥ η𝐴 (x). This implies that 1- ̅̅̅

η𝐴 (0) ≥ 1- ̅̅̅

η𝐴 (x)

η𝐴 (0) ≤ ̅̅̅

̅̅̅ η𝐴 (x) for every a∈ 𝐴.

Let us consider ∀ a, b, c ∈ 𝑋. Then

η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min {1- ̅̅̅

⟹ 1- ̅̅̅ η𝐴 (x⨀ y), 1- ̅̅̅

η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

⟹η

̅̅̅

𝐴

(y⨀ z) ≤ 1- {η

̅̅̅

𝐴

η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

(x⨀ y), ̅̅̅

⟹η

̅̅̅

𝐴

(y⨀ z) ≤ max {η

̅̅̅

𝐴

η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

(x⨀ y), ̅̅̅

Hence A = (x, η𝐴 , ̅̅̅)

η𝐴 is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X.

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Let A be an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of a K-algebra X.

Nowϑ𝐴 (0) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x)

⟹ 1- ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (0) ≤ 1- ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (x)

⟹ϑ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅

𝐴 (0) ≥ ϑ𝐴 (x) ∀x∈ X.

Now consider ∀ a, b, c ∈ A. Then we have

ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

⟹ 1- ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max { 1- ̅̅̅ ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), 1- ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

⟹ϑ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅

𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ 1- max { ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

⟹ϑ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅

𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

Hence A = (x, ϑ𝐴 , ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X.

Definition 3.4

An ideal A of a KM ideal is said to be closed if 0*x ∈ X, ∀ x ∈ X.

Theorem3.5:

Let A be a nonempty set and an intuitionistic fuzzy closed KM-ideal of a K-algebra A. Then A

η𝐴 and A = (x, ϑ𝐴 , ̅̅̅

= (x, η𝐴 , ̅̅̅) ϑ𝐴 ) is also a closed intuitionisticfuzzy closed KM-ideal.

Proof:

First we prove A = (x, η𝐴 , ̅̅̅)

η𝐴 is a intuitionistic closed fuzzy KM-ideal .

For all x ∈ X we have

η𝐴 (0*x) ≤ η𝐴 (x)⟹ 1- ̅̅̅(0*x)

η𝐴 ≤ 1-η

̅̅̅(x)⟹η

𝐴

̅̅̅(0*x)

𝐴

η𝐴

≥ ̅̅̅(x)

Therefore A = (x, η𝐴 , ̅̅̅)

η𝐴 is a intuitionistic closed KM-ideal of A.

To prove the second part,

let x ∈ X, then we have

ϑ𝐴 (0*x) ≥ ϑ𝐴 (x) ⟹ 1- ̅̅̅ϑ𝐴 (0*x) ≥ 1- ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (x) ⟹ϑ̅̅̅ ̅̅̅

𝐴 (0*x) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x) ∀ a, b, c ∈A.

̅̅̅

Hence A = (x, ϑ𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy closed KM-ideal of A.

Lemma 3.6:

Let A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) be an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X. If y ≤ x in X, then

η𝐴 (y) ≥ η𝐴 (x), ϑ𝐴 (y) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x) that is η𝐴 is order-reserving and ϑ𝐴 is order-preserving.

PROOF

Let x, y ∈ X be such that y ≤ x. Then y⨀ x = 0 and so

η𝐴 (y) = η𝐴 (0⨀ y)

≥ min (η𝐴 (x⨀ 0), η𝐴 (y⨀ x))

≥ min (η𝐴 (x), η𝐴 (0)) = η𝐴 (x)

Hence η𝐴 (y) ≥ η𝐴 (x)

Similarly

ϑ𝐴 (y) = ϑ𝐴 (0⨀ y)

≤ max (ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ 0), ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ x))

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Hence ϑ𝐴 (y) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x)

Lemma 3.7:

Let an intuitionistic fuzzy set A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) in X be an intuitionistic fuzzy ideal of X. If the

inequality

(x⨀ y) ≤ z holds in X, then

η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

Proof:

Let x, y, z ∈ X be such that x⨀ y ≤ z.

Then (x⨀ y) ⨀ z = 0 and thus

η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

≥ min {min { η𝐴 ((x⨀ y) ⨀ z), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}, η𝐴 (x⨀ y)}

= min {min {η𝐴 (0), η𝐴 (z⨀ x), η𝐴 (x⨀ y)}

= min {η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

≤ max {max{ϑ𝐴 ((x⨀ y) ⨀ z), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x), ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y)}

= max {max{ϑ𝐴 (0), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}, ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y)}

= max {ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x), ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y)}

= max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

Hence the proof.

Theorem 3.8:

An intuitionistic fuzzy set A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X if and only if the

fuzzy set η𝐴 and ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 are fuzzy KM ideal of X.

Proof:

Let A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) be an intuitionistic fuzzy ideal of X.

Clearly, η𝐴 is a fuzzy KM ideal of X.

For every x, y, z ∈X we have

̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (0) = 1- ϑ𝐴 (0) ≥ 1- ϑ𝐴 (x) = ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (x).

̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) = 1- ϑ𝐴 (x) ≥ 1- max{ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y),ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x) }

= min {1- ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), 1-ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

= min { ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

Hence ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 is a fuzzy KM ideal of X.

Conversely, assume that η𝐴 and ̅̅̅ ϑ𝐴 are fuzzy KM ideal of X. For every x, y, z ∈X we get

η (0) ≥ η (x), 1- ϑ𝐴 (0) = ̅̅̅

𝐴 𝐴

ϑ𝐴 (0) ≥ ̅̅̅

ϑ𝐴 (x) = 1- ϑ𝐴 (x)

That is,

ϑ𝐴 (0) ≤ ϑ𝐴 (x), η𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

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𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≥ min { ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

≥ min {1- ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), 1-ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

= 1- max{ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y),ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x) }

That is, ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤max{ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y),ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x) }

Hence A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy ideal of X.

Definition 4.1:

A mapping f: X → Y be a mapping of K-algebras is called a homomorphism if f(x⨀ y) = f(x)

⨀ f(y) ∀ x, y ∈ X.

Definition 4.2:

A mapping f : X → Y be a mapping of K-algebras and α𝐴 be a fuzzy set of Y. The map α𝐴 f is

the pre-image of α𝐴 under f if α𝐴 f (x) = α𝐴 (f(x)).

Definition 4.3:

If f: X → Y is a homomorphism of K-algebras, then f(0) = 0. Let f: X → Y be a homomorphism

of K- algebra for any intuitionistic fuzzy set A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) in Y, we define new intuitionistic fuzzy

setAf = (η𝐴 f, ϑ𝐴 f) in X by

η𝐴 f (x) = η𝐴 (f(x)) ϑ𝐴 f (x) = ϑ𝐴 (f(x)) ∀ x ∈ X.

Theorem 4.4:

Let f: X → Y be a homomorphism of K-algebras. If an intuitionistic fuzzy set A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) in Y

is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of Y then an intuitionistic fuzzy set Af = (η𝐴 f, ϑ𝐴 f) in X is an

intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X.

Proof:

We first prove that

η𝐴 f (x) = η𝐴 (f(x)) ≤ η𝐴 (0) = η𝐴 𝑓(0)= η𝐴 f (0)

Similarly ϑ𝐴 f (x) = ϑ𝐴 (f(x)) ≥ ϑ𝐴 (0)= ϑ𝐴 𝑓(0)= ϑ𝐴 f (0) ∀ x ∈ X.

Let x, y,z∈ X. Then

min{η𝐴 f (x⨀ y), η𝐴 f (z⨀ x)} = min{ η𝐴 (𝑓(x⨀ y)), η𝐴 (𝑓(z⨀ x))}

= min{ η𝐴 (f(x) ⨀ f(y)), η𝐴 (f(z) ⨀ f(x)}

≤ η𝐴 (f(y) ⨀ f(z))

≤ η𝐴 f(y ⨀ z)

= η𝐴 f (y⨀ z)

max{ ϑ𝐴 f (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 f (z⨀ x)} = max{ ϑ𝐴 (𝑓(x⨀ y)), ϑ𝐴 (𝑓(z⨀ x))}

= max{ ϑ𝐴 (f(x) ⨀ f(y)), ϑ𝐴 (f(z) ⨀ f(x)}

≥ ϑ𝐴 (f(y) ⨀ f(z))

≥ ϑ𝐴 f(y ⨀ z)

= ϑ𝐴 f (y⨀ z)

Hence Af = (η𝐴 f, ϑ𝐴 f) is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X.

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Theorem 4.5:

Let f: X → Y be an epimorphism of K-algebras and let A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) be an intuitionistic fuzzy

set in Y. If Af = (η𝐴 f, ϑ𝐴 f) is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X, then A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) is an

intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of Y.

Proof:

For any x ∈ Y, there exists a ∈ X such that f(a) = x. Then

η𝐴 (x) = η𝐴 (f(a)) = η𝐴 f (a) ≤ η𝐴 f (0)= η𝐴 (f(0)) = η𝐴 (0)

ϑ𝐴 (x) = ϑ𝐴 (f(a)) = ϑ𝐴 f (a) ≥ ϑ𝐴 f (0)= ϑ𝐴 (f(0)) = ϑ𝐴 (0)

Let x, y, z ∈ Y. Then f(a) = x and f(b) = y and f(c) = z for some a, b, c ∈ X. It follows that

η𝐴 (y⨀z) = η𝐴 (f(b) ⨀ f(c))

= η𝐴 (f(b⨀ c))

= η𝐴 f (b⨀ c)

≥ min{ η𝐴 f (a⨀ b), η𝐴 f (c⨀ a)}

≥ min{ η𝐴 (f(a⨀ b), η𝐴 (f(c⨀ a))}

= min{η𝐴 (f(a) ⨀ f(b)), η𝐴 (f(c) ⨀ f(a)}

= min{η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

ϑ𝐴 (y ⨀z) =ϑ𝐴 ( f(b) ⨀ f(c))

= ϑ𝐴 f(b ⨀ c)

= ϑ𝐴 f (b ⨀ c)

≤ max{ ϑ𝐴 f (a⨀ b), ϑ𝐴 f (c⨀ a)}

≤ max{ ϑ𝐴 (f(a⨀ b), ϑ𝐴 (f(c⨀ a))}

= max{ϑ𝐴 (f(a) ⨀ f(b)), ϑ𝐴 (f(c) ⨀ f(a)}

= max{ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

This completes the proof.

IDEAL

Definition 5.1:

Let A= (η𝐴 , ϑ𝐴 ) be an intuitionistic fuzzy subset of X and β∈ [0,1] and

α ∈[0,1- sup{ η𝐴 (x) + ϑ𝐴 (x): x∈ 𝑋, 0<η𝐴 (x) + ϑ𝐴 (x)<1}].

Then the intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation (IFMT) T of A is an object of the form

𝐴 𝐴

T = {<x, η(β,α) (x), ϑ(β,α) (x) >: x∈ 𝑋} or briefly as {< (x, η𝑇 (x), ϑ 𝑇 (x)> :

𝐴 𝐴

x∈ 𝑋} where the functions η(β,α) (x) = η𝑇 (x): x→[0,1] and ϑ(β,α) (x) = ϑ 𝑇 (x) : x→[0,1]

are defined as

𝐴

η𝑇 (x) = η(β,α) (x) = βη𝐴 (x) + α,

𝐴

ϑ 𝑇 (x) = ϑ(β,α) (x) = βϑ𝐴 (x) + α for all x∈ 𝑋.

Theorem 5.2:

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Let T be an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X, then the intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation

of T is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X and α ∈[0, T].

Proof:

Let x, y, z ∈ X.

Then assume that η ∈ X and α ∈[0, T]. Then

η𝑇 (0) = βη𝐴 (0) + α≥ βη𝐴 (x) + α= η𝑇 (x)

and η𝑇 (y⨀ z) = βη𝐴 (y⨀z) + α

≥ β min { η𝐴 (x⨀ y), η𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

= min { βη𝐴 (x⨀ y) + α, βη𝐴 (z⨀ x) + α}

= min (η𝑇 (x⨀ y), η𝑇 (z⨀ x)} for all x, y, z ∈ X.

Also,

ϑ 𝑇 (0) = βϑ𝐴 (0) + α ≤ βϑ𝐴 (x) + α=ϑ 𝑇 (x)

Andϑ 𝑇 (y⨀ z) = βϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) + α

≤ β max { ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y), ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

= max{ βϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y) + α, βϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x) + α}

= max (ϑ 𝑇 (x⨀ y), ϑ 𝑇 (z⨀ x)} for all x, y, z ∈ X.

Therefore, T is an intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation of KM ideal of X.

Theorem 5.3:

Let Abe an intuitionistic fuzzy subset of K – algebra such that the intuitionistic fuzzy magnified

𝛼 translation T of A is an intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X for some α ∈[0, T]. Then A is an

intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of K- algebra on X.

Proof:

Assume that η𝑇(β,α) is a intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideal of X for some α ∈[0, T].

Let x, y, z ∈ X. Then

βη𝐴 (0) + α = η𝑇(β,α) (0) ≥ η𝑇(β,α) (𝑥) = βη𝐴 (x) + α and so η(0)≥ η(x).

Now, we have

βη𝐴 (y⨀ x) + α = η𝑇(β,α) (y⨀ x) ≥ min {η𝑇(β,α) (x⨀ y), η𝑇(β,α) (z⨀ x)} + α

= min { βη𝐴 (x⨀ y) + α, βη𝐴 (z⨀ x) + α}

= min { βη𝐴 (x⨀ y) , βη𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

= β min {η𝐴 (x⨀ y) ,η𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

which implies that η𝐴 (y⨀ x) ≥ min {η𝐴 (x⨀ y) ,η𝐴 (z⨀ x)}

and

βϑ𝐴 (0) + α = ϑ𝑇(β,α) (0) ≤ ϑ𝑇(β,α) (𝑥) = βϑ𝐴 (x) + α and so ϑ (0)≤ ϑ(x).

βϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) + α = ϑ𝑇(β,α) (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝑇(β,α) (x⨀ y), ϑ𝑇(β,α) (z⨀ x)} + α

= max { βϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y) + α, βϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x) + α}

= max { βϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y) , βϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

= β max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y) ,ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)} + α

which implies that ϑ𝐴 (y⨀ z) ≤ max {ϑ𝐴 (x⨀ y) ,ϑ𝐴 (z⨀ x)}.

An Intuitionistic Fuzzy Magnified Translation of Km Ideals on K-Algebra

Lemma 5.4:

If 𝐴𝑇(𝛽,𝛼) = (𝜇(𝛽,𝛼)

𝐴 𝐴

, 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) is intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM ideal and y≤ 𝑥 in

𝐴 𝐴 𝐴 𝐴 𝐴

X, then 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦) ≥ 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦) ≤ 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) . That is 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) is order reserving and

𝐴

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) is order preserving.

Proof:

Let x,y∈ 𝑋 be such that y≤ 𝑥, by lemma (3.6) 𝜇𝐴 (𝑦) ≥ 𝜗𝐴 (𝑥)

and

𝐴 𝐴

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦) = 𝛽𝜇𝐴 (𝑦) +𝛼 ≥ 𝛽𝜇𝐴 (𝑥) +𝛼 = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥)

Also

𝐴 𝐴

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦) = 𝛽𝜗𝐴 (𝑦) +𝛼 ≤ 𝛽𝜗𝐴 (𝑥) +𝛼= 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥)

Hence the proof.

Lemma 5.5:

If 𝐴𝑇(𝛽,𝛼) = (𝜇(𝛽,𝛼)

𝐴 𝐴

, 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) is intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM ideal and the

𝐴 𝐴 𝐴 𝐴

inequality 𝑥⨀𝑦 ≤ 𝑧 hold in X, then 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) ≥ min(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧)) and 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) ≤

𝐴 𝐴

max(𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧)).

Proof:

Let x,y,z∈ 𝑋 be such that 𝑥⨀𝑦 ≤ 𝑧.

Thus

𝐴

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝛽𝜇𝐴 (𝑦) +𝛼

≥ 𝛽(min(𝜇𝐴 (𝑦) , 𝜇𝐴 (𝑧))+𝛼

= 𝑚𝑖𝑛(𝛽𝜇𝐴 (𝑦) + 𝛼 , 𝛽𝜇𝐴 (𝑧)+𝛼)

𝐴 𝐴

= min(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧))

Also

𝐴

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝛽𝜗𝐴 (𝑦) +𝛼

≤ 𝛽(max(𝜗𝐴 (𝑦) , 𝜗𝐴 (𝑧))+𝛼

= 𝑚𝑎𝑥(𝛽𝜗𝐴 (𝑦) + 𝛼 , 𝛽𝜗𝐴 (𝑧)+𝛼)

𝐴 𝐴

= max(𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧)).

Hence the proof.

IDEAL ON HOMOMORPHISM

S. Kailasavalli, C.Yamini, M.Meenakshi and VE.Jayanthi

Definition 6.1:

Let f: X→ 𝑌 be a homomorphism of K-Algebra, for any intuitionistic fuzzy magnified

𝑓

translation T of A in Y. We define intuitionistic fuzzy magnified Translation 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) =

𝑓 𝑓

(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) in X by

𝑓 𝑓

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑥) and 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑥).

Theorem 6.2:

Let f: X→ 𝑌be a homomorphism of K-Algebra. If an intuitionistic fuzzy set 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) =

𝑓

(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) in Y is an intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM-Ideal of Y then 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) =

𝑓 𝑓

(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM-Ideal of X.

Proof:

For all x,y,z∈ 𝑋, we have

𝑓 𝑓

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑥) ≤ 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (0) ≤ 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(0) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (0)

And

𝑓 𝑓

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑥) ≥ 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (0) ≥ 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(0) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (0)

Now,

𝑓

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧)

= 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑦) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑧))

≥ min{𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑥) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑦)), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑧) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑥))}

= min{𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦)), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥))}

𝑓 𝑓

= 𝑚𝑖𝑛 {𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥)}

𝑓

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧)

= 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑦) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑧))

≤ max{𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑥) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑦)), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑧) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑥))}

= max{𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦)), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥))}

𝑓 𝑓

= 𝑚𝑎𝑥 {𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥)}

𝑓 𝑓 𝑓

Hence 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) = (𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) ) is an intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM-Ideal of

X.

Theorem 6.3:

Let f: X→ 𝑌be an epimorphism of K-Algebra. If intuitionistic fuzzy set 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) =

𝑓 𝑓 𝑓

(𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) )a intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation in Y. If 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) = (𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) )

intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation KM-Ideal of X, then 𝐴(𝛽,𝛼) = (𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) , 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) )is

intuitionistic fuzzy magnified translation of KM-Ideal in Y.

Proof:

For any x∈ 𝑦, there exists a∈ 𝑥such that f(a) =x

𝑓 𝑓

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎)) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑎) ≤ 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (0) ≤ 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(0) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (0)

An Intuitionistic Fuzzy Magnified Translation of Km Ideals on K-Algebra

And

𝑓 𝑓

𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎)) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑎) ≥ 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (0) ≥ 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) 𝑓(0) = 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (0)

Now, let x,y,z Y. Then f(a)=x, f(b)=y, f(c)=z for some a, 𝑏, 𝑐 ∈ 𝑧. It follows that

𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑦 ⊙ 𝑧) = 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑏) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑐))

= 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑏 ⊙ 𝑐))

𝑓

= 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑏 ⊙ 𝑐)

𝑓 𝑓

≥ min {𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑎 ⊙ 𝑏), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑐 ⊙ 𝑎)}

= min {𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎 ⊙ 𝑏)), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑐 ⊙ 𝑎))}

= min{𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑏)), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑐) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑎))}

= min{𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦), 𝜇(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥)}

and

= 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑏 ⊙ 𝑐))

𝑓

= 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑏 ⊙ 𝑐)

𝑓 𝑓

≤ max {𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑎 ⊙ 𝑏), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑐 ⊙ 𝑎)}

=max{𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎 ⊙ 𝑏)), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑐 ⊙

𝑎))}

=max{𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑎) ⊙

𝑓(𝑏)), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑓(𝑐) ⊙ 𝑓(𝑎))}

= max{𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑥 ⊙ 𝑦), 𝜗(𝛽,𝛼) (𝑧 ⊙ 𝑥)}

Hence the proof.

6. CONCLUSION

The concept of intuitionistic fuzzification of subalgebra and KM ideals of the K-algebra are

tested with some of the properties and the results are presented in this paper. Intuitionistic fuzzy

magnified translations to intuitionistic fuzzy KM ideals in K-algebra properties are tested and

some of the properties are proved. This work is useful for the real time application of decision

making for identifying the diseases.

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