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F-Multiautomata on Join Spaces Induced by Differential Operators

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In this paper, we introduce the notion of fuzzy multiautomata and we investigate the hyperstructures induced by the linear second-order differential operators which can be used for construction of fuzzy multiautomata serving as a theoretical background for modeling of processes.

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Borzooei, R. , Varasteh, H. and Hasankhani, A. (2014) F-Multiautomata on Join Spaces Induced by Differential Operators. Applied Mathematics, 5, 1386-1391. doi: 10.4236/am.2014.59130.

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