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Title of paper: On intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuous functions
Author(s):
R. Renuka
Department of Mathematics, University College of Engineering, Panruti, A Constituent College of Anna University Chennai, Panruti–607 106, Tamilnadu, India
renuka.autpc@gmail.com
V. Seenivasan
Department of Mathematics, University College of Engineering, Panruti, A Constituent College of Anna University Chennai, Panruti–607 106, Tamilnadu, India
seenujsc@yahoo.co.in
Published in: "Notes on IFS", Volume 20, 2014, Number 1, pages 45-54
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Abstract: In this paper the concept of intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuous functions are introduced and studied. Intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuity generalize intuitionistic fuzzy β-continuity. Besides giving characterizations and basic properties of this function, preservation theorems of intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuous are also obtained. We also study relationships between intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuity and separation axioms. Moreover, we investigate and the relationships among intuitionistic fuzzy slightly β-continuity and compactness and connectedness.
Keywords: Intuitionistic fuzzy β-open set, Intuitionistic fuzzy β-continuous, Intuitionistic fuzzy clopen set.
AMS Classification: 54A40, 03E72.
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