Bipolar fuzzy matrices
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In this article, bipolar fuzzy algebra and bipolar fuzzy relation are defined, and then, the bipolar fuzzy matrix is introduced. Also, an order relation (\(\le \)) is defined and it is proved that the bipolar fuzzy set is a poset and a lattice. Some results on transitive closure and power-convergent of bipolar fuzzy matrices are investigated. Some applications of bipolar fuzzy sets and bipolar fuzzy matrix are included in this study.
KeywordsBipolar fuzzy set Bipolar fuzzy relation Bipolar fuzzy matrix Transitive closer Power-convergent
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