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Metric Dimension in fuzzy(neutrosophic) Graphs-VI

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How to cite: Garrett, H. Metric Dimension in fuzzy(neutrosophic) Graphs-VI. Preprints 2021, 2021110142. Garrett, H. Metric Dimension in fuzzy(neutrosophic) Graphs-VI. Preprints 2021, 2021110142.


New notion of dimension as set, as two optimal numbers including metric number, dimension number and as optimal set are introduced in individual framework and in formation of family. Behaviors of twin and antipodal are explored in fuzzy(neutrosophic) graphs. Fuzzy(neutrosophic) graphs, under conditions, fixed-edges, fixed-vertex and strong fixed-vertex are studied. Some classes as path, cycle, complete, strong, t-partite, bipartite, star and wheel in the formation of individual case and in the case, they form a family are studied in the term of dimension. Fuzzification(neutrosofication) of twin vertices but using crisp concept of antipodal vertices are another approaches of this study. Thus defining two notions concerning vertices which one of them is fuzzy(neutrosophic) titled twin and another is crisp titled antipodal to study the behaviors of cycles which are partitioned into even and odd, are concluded. Classes of cycles according to antipodal vertices are divided into two classes as even and odd. Parity of the number of edges in cycle causes to have two subsections under the section is entitled to antipodal vertices. In this study, the term dimension is introduced on fuzzy(neutrosophic) graphs. The locations of objects by a set of some junctions which have distinct distance from any couple of objects out of the set, are determined. Thus it’s possible to have the locations of objects outside of this set by assigning partial number to any objects. The classes of these specific graphs are chosen to obtain some results based on dimension. The types of crisp notions and fuzzy(neutrosophic) notions are used to make sense about the material of this study and the outline of this study uses some new notions which are crisp and fuzzy(neutrosophic).


Fuzzy Graphs; Neutrosophic Graphs; Dimension


Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Vision and Graphics

Comments (1)

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Received: 22 November 2021
Commenter: Henry Garrett
Commenter's Conflict of Interests: Author
Comment: The list of changes is as follows:

-Definition of fuzzy(neutrosophic) classes as t-partite, bipartite, star, wheel and introducing notation of complete are added to section 1.

- New results for family of path which are added to section 6.

-New results for fixed-edge and strong fixed vertex for paths which are added to section 6.

-New results for fuzzy(neutrosophic) classes as t-partite, bipartite, star, wheel  and family of them which are added to section 6.

-Improving abstract

-13 new results are added to section 6.
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