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6 views7 pagesIn this article we study to find out the vital reason for suicides using Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (COBNCMs) defined by Smarandache Florentin and W.B. Vasantha kandasamy . The Combined Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps defined in this method becomes effective when the number of concepts can be grouped and are large in numbers. This paper has four sections. In the first section we recall the following fundamentals of Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (NCMs) and Combined Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (CBNCMs). In section two, we recall Combined Overlap NCMS. In the third Section we give the adaptation of Overlap NCM to the problem.In the last section we give the conclusion based on our study.

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In this article we study to find out the vital reason for suicides using Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (COBNCMs) defined by Smarandache Florentin and W.B. Vasantha kandasamy . The Combined Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps defined in this method becomes effective when the number of concepts can be grouped and are large in numbers. This paper has four sections. In the first section we recall the following fundamentals of Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (NCMs) and Combined Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (CBNCMs). In section two, we recall Combined Overlap NCMS. In the third Section we give the adaptation of Overlap NCM to the problem.In the last section we give the conclusion based on our study.

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In this article we study to find out the vital reason for suicides using Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (COBNCMs) defined by Smarandache Florentin and W.B. Vasantha kandasamy . The Combined Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps defined in this method becomes effective when the number of concepts can be grouped and are large in numbers. This paper has four sections. In the first section we recall the following fundamentals of Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (NCMs) and Combined Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (CBNCMs). In section two, we recall Combined Overlap NCMS. In the third Section we give the adaptation of Overlap NCM to the problem.In the last section we give the conclusion based on our study.

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Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

P. Thiruppathi

Department of Mathematics, J.J. College of Engineering and Technology, Trichy-09

thirupathi28@yahoo.co.in

N.Saivaraju

Department of Mathematics, Shri Angalamman College of Engg. &Tech., Trichy-05

saivaraju@yahoo.com

K.S. Ravichandran

Department of Information Technology, SASTRA University, Thanjavur -01

raviks@it.sastra.edu

Abstract

Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (COBNCMs) defined by Smarandache Florentin and

W.B. Vasantha kandasamy . The Combined Overlap Block Neutrosophic Cognitive

Maps defined in this method becomes effective when the number of concepts can be

grouped and are large in numbers. This paper has four sections. In the first section we

recall the following fundamentals of Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (NCMs) and

Combined Block Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps (CBNCMs). In section two, we recall

Combined Overlap NCMS. In the third Section we give the adaptation of Overlap NCM

to the problem.In the last section we give the conclusion based on our study.

NCMs.

In this section we just recall that the fundamentals of Neutrosophic cognitive maps and Overlap

NCM.

Definition 1.1: Neutrosophic Cognitive Map is the generalization of Fuzzy Cognitive Map. A

Neutrosophic Cognitive Map (NCM) is a neutrosophic directed graph with concepts like

policies, events etc. as nodes and causalities or indeterminates as edges. It represents the causal

relationship between concepts.

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Definition 1.2: NCMs with edge weight from {-1, 0, 1, I } are called simple NCMs.

Definition 1.3: Let C1, C2, ., Cn be nodes of a NCM. Let the neutrosophic matrix N(E) be

defined as N(E) = (eij) where eij is the weight of the directed edge Ci Cj, where eij Є{0, 1, -1, I}.

N(E) is called the neutrosophic adjacency matrix of the NCM.

Definition 1.4: Let C1, C2, ., Cn be the nodes of the NCM. Let A = (a1, a2,., an) where ai Є {0, 1,

I}. A is called the instantaneous state neutrosophic vector and it denotes the on , off ,

indeterminate state position of the node at an instant

ai = 1 if ai is on (has effect)

Definition 1.5: Let C1, C2, ., Cn be the nodes of the FCM. Let C1C2 ,C2C3 ,…,Cn-1Cn, be the

directed edges of the NCM. Then the edges form a directed cycle. An NCM is said to be cyclic if

it possesses a directed cycle. An NCM is said to be acyclic if it does not possess any directed

cycle.

Definition 1.6: An NCM with cycles is said to have a feedback. When there is a feedback in the

NCM i.e. when the causal relations flow through a cycle in a revolutionary manner, the NCM is

called a dynamical system.

Definition 1.7: Let C1C2 ,C2C3 ,…..,Cn-1Cn be the directed cycle, when Ci is switched on and if

the causality flow through the edges of a cycle and if it again causes C i, we say that the

dynamical system goes round and round. This is true for any node Ci, for i = 1,2,., n.The

equilibrium state for this dynamical system is called the hidden pattern.

Definition 1.8: If the equilibrium state of a dynamical system is a unique state vector, then it is

called a fixed point. Consider the NCM with C1, C2, ., Cn as nodes. For example let us start the

dynamical system by switching on C1. Let us assume that the NCM settles down with C1 and Cn

on, i.e. the state vector remain as (1,0,…. ….0, 1) .This neutrosophic state vector (1,0,…. ….0, 1)

is called the fixed point.

Definition 1.9: If the NCM settles with a neutrosophic state vector repeating in the form

A1 → A2 → ....→ Ai → A1, then this equilibrium is called a limit cycle of the NCM.

Definition 1.10: Let P be the problem under investigation. Suppose let {C 1, C2, ...,Cn} be n

concepts associated with P (n very large) . Now divide the number of concepts {C1, C2, ...,Cn}

into classes S1,...,St where the classes are such that

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Now we obtain the NCM associated with each of the classes S1 ,. . .St.

We determine the relational matrix associated with each Si.,

Using these matrices we obtain a n × n matrix. This n × n matrix is the matrix associated with

the Combined Overlap Block NCM (COBNCM) of blocks of same sizes.

Definition 1.11 Finite number of NCMs can be combined together to produce the joint effect of

all NCMs. If N(E1), N(E2),., N(Ep) be the neutrosophic adjacency matrices of a NCM with

nodes C1, C2, ., Cn then the combined NCM is got by adding all the neutrosophic adjacency

matrices N(E1),., N(Ep). We denote the combined NCMs adjacency neutrosophic matrix by

N(E) = N(E1) + N(E2)+…..+ N(Ep).

Section 2: “Problem definition and Justification for using Overlap Block NCM Model”

Suicide is one of the leading cause of death in the world. The purpose of study is to identify the

risk groups. Suicide is defined as deliberate killing of oneself. Suicides are most likely to occur

during the periods of socio economic, family and individual crisis. Suicide prevention is an

umbrella term for the collection of efforts of local citizen organizations, mental health

practitioners and related professionals to reduce the incidence of suicide through the preventive

and proactive measures. Moreover the data is an unsupervised one and also there is uncertainty

and indeterminacy in the concepts. Hence Neutrosophic tool alone has the capacity to analyse

these concepts. Hence it is chosen here.

Using the linguistic questionnaire and the experts opinion we have taken the following eight

concepts {C1, C2, ...,C8}. The following concepts are taken as the main nodes for our problem.

C2 - Working hours more with poor salary.

C3 - Lack of commitment from the breadwinners.

C4 – Failure in business.

C5 – Inability to deal with dept trap and torture from “kanduvattikarars”(usurers)

C6 – Government indifferences.

C7 – Stress from mental, sexual and physical torture in the working places.

C8 – Lack of counselors to help persons out of depression.

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Now we proceed on to apply the effect of combined overlap block NCM of equal length. Let us

consider the eight concepts {C1, C2, ...,C8}. We divide these concepts into cyclic way of

classes, each having just four concepts in the following way.

S1, = { C1, C2, C3, C4, }, S2 ={C3, C4, C5,C6}, S3 = {C5,C6, C7 , C8, }, S4 ={ C7, C8, C1, C2}.

The directed graph and the relation matrix for the class S1, = { C1, C2, C3, C4, } given by the

expert is as follows.

Figure 1

The directed graph and the relation matrix for the class S2 ={C3, C4, C5,C6} given by the expert

is as follows.

Figure 2

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The directed graph and the relation matrix for the class S3 = {C5,C6, C7 , C8, } given by the

expert is as follows.

Figure3

The directed graph and the relation matrix for the class S4 ={ C7, C8, C1, C2}. given by the

expert is as follows.

Figure 4

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The combined directed graph and combined overlap block NCM of equal sizes is as follows:

Figure 5

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Now using the matrix A of the Combined overlap block NCM., we determine the hidden

pattern. Suppose the concept C1 is in the ON state and all the nodes are in the OFF state. Let the

initial input vector be X = (0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 ), where Lack of counselors to help persons out of

depression is taken as the ON state and all other nodes are in the OFF state.

XA = ( 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 )

↪ ( 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 ) = X1 (say)

X1 A = (1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2)

↪ ( 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 ) = X2 (say)

X2 A = (1 2 0 0 1 2 4 3)

↪ ( 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 ) = X3 (say)

X3 A = (3 2 0 I 3 25 3)

↪ ( 1 1 0 I 1 1 1 1 ) = X4

X4 A = (I+ 3 I+ 2 0 I I+3 I2+2 5 3)

↪ ( 1 1 0 I 1 1 1 1 ) = X4

(where ↪ denotes the resultant vector after thresholding and updating ), X4 is the hidden pattern,

which is the fixed point.

Section 4. Conclusion

While analyzing NCM, when the concept C8 , “Lack of counselors to help persons out of

depression “, is in the ON state, the other concepts C1, C2, C5, C6,C7are in the ON state, C3 is in

the OFF state and at the same time C4 is in indeterminate state i.e When there is Lack of

counselors to help Persons out of depression, there will be Poverty and unmanageable living cost

(Economic Crisis), Working hours more poor salary, Inability to deal with dept trap and torture

from kanduvattikarars”(usurers), Government indifferences ,Stress from mental, sexual and

physical torture in the working places and also there may be business failure. Therefore “Lack of

counselors to help persons out of depression” is the major reason for the suicides, since they

can help the persons for a stress less life thereby avoid suicides.

References

1. Kosko, B., January, 1986, “Fuzzy Cognitive Maps”, International journal of man-machine studies, pp.62-75

2. Vasantha Kandasamy and Smarandache Florentin, 2004, “Analysis of social aspects of migrant labourers

living with HIV/AIDS using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps”, Xiquan, Phoenix.

3. Vasantha Kandasamy W.B. and Victor Devadoss A., 2004, “Some New Fuzzy Techniques”, Jour. of inst. of

Math. & Comp. Sci. (Math.ser.), Vol. 17, No.2 (pp.157-160.

4. “How bonded labourer in rice mills suffer”, The New Indian Express, Aug 21, 2004 and Thinathanthi, October

2004.

5. “Rich Tirupur is India’s Suicide Capital”, Deccan Chronicle, July 23, 2010.

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