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Abstract Lattices of subgroups are presented as algebraic domains. Given an arbitrary group, we define the Scott topology over the subgroups lattice of that group. A basis for this topology is expressed in terms of finitely generated subgroups. Several properties of the continuous functions with...
Abstract Soft set theory, introduced by Molodtsov, has been considered as an effective mathematical tool for modeling uncertainties. In this paper, we apply soft sets to Γ-hyperrings. The concept of soft Γ-hyperrings is first introduced. Then three iso-morphism theorems of soft Γ-hyperrings are...
Abstract In this paper, the author calculates the number of equivariant home-omorphism classes of (orientable) small covers over the product of 3-sided prism with n -simplex.
Abstract A subgroup H of a group G is said to be weakly τ-quasinormal in G if G has a subnormal subgroup T of G such that G = HT and H ∩ T < H τG , where H τG is the subgroup generated by all those subgroups of H which are τ-quasinormal in G . In this paper we investigate the influence of weakly...
Abstract We investigate, using the notion of linear quotients, significative classes of connected graphs whose monomial edge ideals, not necessarily squarefree, have linear resolution, in order to compute standard algebraic invariants of the polynomial ring related to these graphs modulo such...
Abstract Formal Concept Analysis is a mathematical theory of data analysis using formal contexts and concept lattices. In this paper, two new types of concept lattices are introduced by using notions from domain theory (in particular, Hoare and Smyth powerdomains). Based on a Galois connection,...
Abstract In this paper we introduce a new class of functions called weakly (τ q , m )-continuous functions. Some characterizations and several properties concerning weak (τ q , m )-continuity are obtained.
Abstract We present general estimates of the degree of approximation by positive linear operators with the weighted K -functionals K s 1,φ,p , 1 ≤ s, p ≤ ∞.
Abstract In this paper, we have introduce and study the concepts of ω * -open sets and ω * -open open topology for function spaces.
Abstract In this paper, we study the interesting properties of differential subor-dination and superordination for the classes of symmetric functions analytic in the unit disc. We derive sandwich results on the basis of this theory.
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