International Journal of Neutrosophic Science

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2690-6805ISSN (Online) 2692-6148ISSN (Print)

Assessment of the preventive management of peripheral diabetic neuropathy by using neutrosophic AHP and neutrosophic uninorm operator

Lisbeth Josefina R. Chacón , Paola Gabriela O. Villalba , Victoria Estefanía E. Pastor , Lizbeth C. Eugenio Zumbana , Maria Augusta L. Sánchez , Andrea C. Peñafiel Luna

Diabetes mellitus is a disease that plagues all countries in the world. One of the affectations caused by this chronic disease is damage to peripheral nervous tissues. This is the cause of ulcers and amputations in parts of the foot of the diabetic patient. In this paper, we propose a method to evaluate the patient’s degree of preventive management of peripheral diabetic neuropathy. For this purpose, the Neutrosophic Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method is used to assess the importance of factors influencing the prevention of peripheral neuropathic complications associated with diabetes mellitus in some patients. For the final evaluation, the aggregator called neutrosophic uninorm is used; especially, the operator based on the combining function utilized in the Prospector expert system.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 08-16, (2023)

An Extended Neutrosophic Stepwise Weight Assessment Ratio Analysis Technique Based on GIS for Analysing Flash Floods

Nabil M. AbdelAziz , Hassan H. Mohammed , Khalid A. Eldrandaly

Flash floods are a sudden natural hazard caused by successive heavy rains in a short period of time. The world suffers from heavy and frequent rains due to climate change. So, the risk assessment of flash floods is considered increasingly important and urgent. Egypt is considered one of the countries exposed to sudden floods resulting from heavy rains, especially in Upper Egypt. Multi-criteria techniques are widely used to study and analyze the causes and effects of natural hazards. In contrast to the traditional multi-criteria techniques used in the process of estimating flood problems, we applied neutrosophic logic in this study that has a great ability for simulating and reflecting uncertain human’s thoughts in real world problems. Our study area sits in Southeast Sohag, and it is one of the most flash floods prone regions of Egypt's Eastern Desert. This area of Sohag has suffered from frequent flash floods, with some flood events resulting in human casualties in the last decades. This study focuses on using a neutrosophic stepwise weight assessment ration analysis (N-SWARA) technique with remotely sensed data and geographical information system (GIS) for producing a flash floods hazard map. The N-SWARA technique is applied to determine the weights of various factors that related to flash flooding, including elevation, slope, topographic wetness index, distance from the stream, flow accumulation, aspect, and flow direction. The obtained weight of selected criteria used then to produce the flood hazard map (FHM) using a raster calculator tool in geographic information system. The weight of each factor calculated by using the N-SWARA multi criteria analysis method and obtained the following results: 0.39 for slope, 0.21 for elevation, 0.12 for distance, 0.08 for flow direction, 0.05 for flow accumulation, 0.09 for TWI and 0.03 for aspect.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 17-33, (2023)

Neutrosophic Framework for Analyzing Factors of innovation in the Development of Uzbekistan: features and modern tendencies

Abdulaziz A. Abduvaliev , Abduvali A. Isadjanov , Umidjon A. Dadabaev , Muhammad Eid Balbaa

This paper analyzes the features, positions, and results of the innovative development of Uzbekistan, and the goals and tasks of the country in this process until 2030. The authors consider measures to create conditions for the development of innovative activity. Considering the ongoing reforms in the country in the system of interaction between environmental and economic aspects of development, the paper analyzes the priority areas of eco-innovative development of the country, including measures that contribute to the transition to sustainable development based on a "green" economy. Implementation of the principles of the "green" economy associated with economic modernization, updated of technological funds, avoidance of export-raw material dependence, eco-innovative development, which ensure the sustainable development of the country are considered. This paper introduced the neutrosophic environment for analysis of factors of innovation. This paper used the neutrosophic sets to overcome the uncertain information. Then the concept of multi-criteria decision-making is used to deal with various factors. This study used the neutrosophic AHP method to identify and analyze factors of innovations. The neutrosophic AHP method is used to compute the weights of criteria, then rank it. The purpose of the study is to identify, analyze and resolve the problems of the environmental and economic aspect of the innovative development of the Republic of Uzbekistan using neutrosophic sets. The theoretical and methodological basis of the study was the works of foreign and domestic scientists devoted to the problems of innovative development, including works devoted to the study of eco-innovative development.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 34-46, (2023)

ε,δ – Filters of Lattice Wajsberg Algebras

V. Amarendra Babu , G. Bhanu Vinolia , T. Anitha

In this paper, we defined the ε, δ – filters and (φ, ρ)- filters of Lattice Wajsberg algebras and related assets are discussed. We prove that every (ε, ε)– filters are (ε, ε V δ)– filters and provide the condition for (ε, ε V δ)– filters are (ε, ε)– filters. Further conditions for ε V δ –filters are discussed.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 47-55, (2023)

Neutrosophic Multinominal Logistic Regression Technique for Optimizing Adaptive Reuse of Historical Castles

Rama Hussen Omar , Mohamed Najeb Kayali , Mohamed Bisher Zeina

Defining and utilizing Neutrosophic Multinomial Logistic Regression (NMLR) is significant in architecture because it introduces a novel approach to prioritizing the optimal alternative for adaptively reusing a historic building. This is particularly crucial in post-conflict recovery. NMLR presents an intelligent classification system and decision-making tool that optimizes the evaluation process for adaptive reuse projects, even under conditions of uncertainty. The integration of Neutrosophic sets and digital technologies provides decision-makers with a more accurate and reliable tool to make rational decisions regarding functional spaces reuse. The effectiveness of this approach is demonstrated through a case study of the Castle of Aleppo. The study determined that the most suitable alternative for the castle is a multi-purpose facility that caters to tourism. This approach can be adapted to various restoration projects, and the assessment of proposed alternatives can be customized according to the weight of the criteria by creating desktop application which contributes to the sustainability and improvement of post-disaster reconstruction efforts.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 56-63, (2023)

The relationship between economics and international regulatory affairs in transition economies and neutrosophic sets: A Review

Adham Khudaykulov

International regulation is a vital function for countries in transition in terms of guidance to economic prosperity. Transition economies are defined as countries which experience the move to a market economy from a centrally planned economy. This paper discusses the governance and institutional settings of transition economies as well as the economic performance and corruption in these countries. Furthermore, it analyses the challenges in international regulation of countries in transition and proposes application of neutrosophic theory in investigating the abovementioned spheres due to the capacity of this theory in dealing with uncertainties.

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Vol. 21 Issue. 3 PP. 64-79, (2023)