1 Affiliation : Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management-Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530045, India
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Recently, several researchers paid attention towards dealin with uncertainty in data with neutrosophic attributes. In this process, a problem is addressed while dealing with contradiction and its impact on decision making. It is considered as one of the major issues for data science researchers working in three-way fuzzy concept lattice. To deal with this issue, current paper tried to introduce the algebra of single-valued Plithogenic graph and its visualization based on infium and supremum. The proposed method also demonstated with an illustrative example for better understanding.
Knowledge representation; Multi-valued data , Neutrosophic set , Plithogenic graph; Plithogenic set.
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