Fuzzy Minimal Weakly Generalized Continuous Maps

Parimelazhagan, R.; Nagaveni, N.
March 2009
Advances in Fuzzy Mathematics;2009, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p77
Academic Journal
We have introduce new class of maps called fuzzy minimal weakly genralized continuous function, a new class of fuzzy closed and fuzzy open maps called fuzzy minimal genralized closed functions and fuzzy weakly generalized open maps. Further we have introduced the Fuzzy minimal strongly continuous, almost continuous, perfectly continuous functions and studied their properties.


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