Special Issue "Neutrosophic Topology"
A special issue of Axioms (ISSN 2075-1680).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 January 2019).
Interests: neutrosophic physics; neutrosophic probability; neutrosophic statistics; neutrosophic algebraic structures; plithogenic set; unmatter; superluminal physics; paradoxism; quantum paradoxes
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Special Issue in Mathematics: Beyond Quantum Physics, and Computation
Special Issue in Stats: Neutrosophic Statistics and Its Applications
Special Issue in Information: Neutrosophic Information Theory and Applications
Special Issue in Axioms: Neutrosophic Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Special Issue in Symmetry: Algebraic Structures of Neutrosophic Triplets, Neutrosophic Duplets, or Neutrosophic Multisets
Special Issue in Symmetry: New types of Neutrosophic Set/Logic/Probability, Neutrosophic Over-/Under-/Off-Set, Neutrosophic Refined Set, and their Extension to Plithogenic Set/Logic/Probability, with Applications
Special Issue in Entropy: Information Theories Based on Belief Functions for Decision-Making Support
Special Issue in Symmetry: New Development of Neutrosophic Probability, Neutrosophic Statistics, Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, and Neutrosophic & Plithogenic Optimizations
Interests: mathematical analysis; pure mathematics; functional analysis; topology; discrete mathematics; geometry; differential equations; graph theory; real analysis; real and complex analysis; strings, gauge theory and quantum gravity
Interests: general topology; fuzzy topology
Neutrosophic sets are gaining significant attention in solving many real life problems that involve uncertainty, impreciseness, vagueness, incompleteness, inconsistent, and indeterminacy. As a consequence topological ideas have been defined and studied on neutrosophic sets, giving birth to Neutrosophic Topology.
Neutrosophic logic, set, probability, statistics, etc., are, respectively, generalizations of fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy logic and set, classical and imprecise probability, and classical statistics and so on. For more information see the University of New Mexico website:
We invite you to contribute papers on neutrosophic topologies and their applications to this Special Issue of the international journal Axioms, which is a Scopus and ESCI journal.
Prof. Dr. Florentin Smarandache
Prof. Dr. Saeid Jafari
Prof. Dr. Francisco Gallego Lupiaňez
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Basic notions and fundamental properties in neutrosophic topological spaces
- Basic notions and fundamental properties in neutrosophic minimal topological spaces
- Basic notions and fundamental properties in neutrosophic ideal topological spaces
- Basic notions and fundamental properties in neutrosophic ideal minimal topological spaces
- Basic notions and fundamental properties in different types of neutrosophic bitopological spaces
- Neutrosophic soft sets
- Neutrosophic rough sets
- Neutrosophic multifunctions
- Applications of neutrosophic topologies in various fields