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A Generalization of Cartesian Product of Fuzzy Subgroups and Ideals

B.A. Ersoy
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In this paper we generalize Malik and Mordeson’s paper (1991). I analysis the Cartesian product of fuzzy subgroups (ideals ) of different groups (different ideals). That is ; if μ and σ are fuzzy subgroups (ideals) of G1 and G2 (R1 and R2 ) respectively then μ x σ is a fuzzy subgroup (ideal) of G1 x G2 ( ). Conversely the opposite direction of the above statements is studied. We generalize above statements for different Groups (Rings).

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B.A. Ersoy , 2003. A Generalization of Cartesian Product of Fuzzy Subgroups and Ideals. Journal of Applied Sciences, 3: 100-102.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2003.100.102


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