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FUZZY STRONGLY (r, s)-PREOPEN AND PRECLOSED MAPPINGS
Lee, Seok-Jong; Kim, Jin-Tae;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we introduce the notions of fuzzy strongly (r, s)-preopen and preclosed mappings on intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces in ostak`s sense. The relationships among fuzzy (r, s)-open, fuzzy strongly (r, s)-semiopen, fuzzy (r, s)-preopen, and fuzzy strongly (r, s)-preopen mappings are discussed. The characterizations for the fuzzy strongly (r, s)-preopen and preclosed mappings are obtained.
 Keywords
fuzzy strongly (r, s)-preopen;fuzzy strongly (r, s)-preclosed;
 Language
English
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