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Innovative Approaches for N-valued Interval Neutrosophic Sets and their Execution in Medical Diagnosis

Authors: A. Edward Samuel, R. Narmadhagnanam

The objective of the study was to find out the relationship between the disease and the symptoms seen within patients and diagnose the disease that impacted the patient using n-valued interval neutrosophic sets. Neoteric methods were devised in n-valued interval neutrosophic sets. Utilization of medical diagnosis was commenced with using prescribed procedures to identify a person suffering from the disease for a considerable period. The result showed that the proposed methods were free from shortcomings that affect the existing methods and found to be more accurate in diagnosing the diseases. It was concluded that the techniques adopted in this study were more reliable and easier to handle medical diagnosis problems.

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