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Novel applications of bipolar single-valued neutrosophic competition graphs

  • Muhammad AkramEmail author
  • Maryam Nasir
  • K. P. Shum
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Abstract

Bipolar single-valued neutrosophic models are the generalization of bipolar fuzzy models. We first introduce the concept of bipolar single-valued neutrosophic competition graphs. We then, discuss some important propositions related to bipolar single-valued neutrosophic competition graphs. We define bipolar single-valued neutrosophic economic competition graphs and m-step bipolar single-valued neutrosophic economic competition graphs. Further, we describe applications of bipolar single-valued neutrosophic competition graphs in organizational designations and brands competition. Finally, we present our improved methods by algorithms.

Keywords

bipolar single-valued neutrosophic digraphs m-step bipolar single-valued neutrosophic economic competition graphs algorithm 

MR Subject Classification

03E72 68R10 68R05 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of the PunjabNew Campus, LahorePakistan
  2. 2.Institute of MathematicsYunnan UniversityYunnanChina

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