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Shortest Path Problem by Minimal Spanning Tree Algorithm Using Bipolar Neutrosophic Numbers

Authors: M. Mullai, S. Broumi, A. Stephen

Normally, Minimal Spanning Tree algorithm is used to nd the shortest route in a network. Neutrosophic set theory is used when incomplete, inconsistancy and indeterminacy occurs. In this paper, Bipolar Neutrosophic Numbers are used in Minimal Spanning Tree algorithm for finding the shortest path on a network when the distances are inconsistant and indeterminate and it is illustrated by a numerical example.

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[v1] 2017-11-02 06:12:58

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