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On weakly eRopen functions
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The main goal of this paper is to introduce and study a new class of function via the notions of $e$$theta$open sets and $e$$theta$closure operator which are defined by Özkoç and Aslım cite{10} called weakly $eR$open functions and $e$$theta$open functions. Moreover, we investigate not only some of their basic properties but also their relationships with other types of already existing topological functions.
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M
Ozkoc
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Mu˘gla Sıtkı Ko¸cman University,
Mente¸seMu˘gla 48000 Turkey
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science
Iran
murad.ozkoc@mu.edu.tr


B S
Ayhan
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science Mu˘gla Sıtkı Ko¸cman University,
Mente¸seMu˘gla 48000 Turkey
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science
Iran
brcyhn@gmail.com
$e$closed set
$e$$theta$open set
weakly $eR$open function
$e$$theta$open function
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The directional hybrid measure of efficiency in data envelopment analysis
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The efficiency measurement is a subject of great interest. The majority of studies on DEA models have been carried out using radial or nonradial approaches regarding the application of DEA for the efficiency measurement. This paper, based on the directional distance function, proposes a new generalized hybrid measure of efficiency under generalized returns to scale with the existence of both radial and nonradial inputs and outputs. It extends the hybrid measure of efficiency from Tone (2004) to a more general case. The proposed model is not only flexible enough for the decisionmaker to adjust the radial and nonradial inputs and outputs to attain the efficiency score but also avoids the computational and interpretive difficulties, thereby giving rise to an important clarification and understanding of the generalized DEA model. Furthermore, several frequentlyused DEA models (such as the CCR, BCC, ERM and SBM models) which depend on the radial or nonradial approaches are derived while their results were compared to the ones obtained from this hybrid model. The empirical examples emphasize the consequence of the proposed measure.
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A
Mirsalehy
University Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
University Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
Iran
mirsalehi_ali@yahoo.com


M
Rizam Abu Baker
University Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
University Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
Iran
drrizam@gmail.com


L
Soon Lee
Universiti Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
Universiti Putra Malaysia. Malaysia
Iran


Gh. R
Jahanshahloo
Science and research Branch. Islamic Azad University. Iran
Science and research Branch. Islamic Azad
Iran
jahanshahloomath@gmail.com
Data envelopment analysis
Directional distance function
hybrid model
Efficiency score
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Fuzzy soft ideals of nearsubraction semigroups
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Our aim in this paper is to introduce the notion of fuzzy soft nearsubtraction semigroupsand fuzzy soft ideals of nearsubtraction semigroups. We discuss some important properties of these new fuzzy algebraic structure and investigate some examples and counter examples.
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Ch
Veerappan
Annamalai University.
Annamalai University.
Iran
kv.chinnadurai@yahoo.com


K
Sambanthamoorthy
Annamalai university.
Annamalai university.
Iran
kadalarasi89@gmail.com
Nearsubtraction semigroup, fuzzy soft set, fuzzy soft nearsubtraction
semigroup, fuzzy soft ideal
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Solving systems of nonlinear equations using decomposition technique
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A systematic way is presented for the construction of multistep iterative method with frozen Jacobian. The inclusion of an auxiliary function is discussed. The presented analysis shows that how to incorporate auxiliary function in a way that we can keep the order of convergence and computational cost of Newton multistep method. The auxiliary function provides us the way to overcome the singularity and illconditioning of the Jacobian. The order of convergence of proposed pstep iterative method is p + 1. Only one Jacobian inversion in the form of LUfactorization is required for a single iteration of the iterative method and in this way, it oers an ecient scheme. For the construction of our proposed iterative method, we used a decomposition technique that naturally provides dierent iterative schemes. We also computed the computational convergence order that confirms the claimed theoretical order of convergence. The developed iterative scheme is applied to large scale problems, and numerical results show that our iterative scheme is promising.
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M
Nili Ahmadabadi
Iran
mneely59@hotmail.com


F
Ahmad
Spain
Spain
Iran
fayyaz.ahmad@upc.edu


G
Yuan
China
China
Iran
glyuan@gxu.edu.cn


X
Li
China
China
Iran
lixiangli@guet.edu.cn
Systems of nonlinear equations
Decomposition
Order of convergence
Higher order methods
Computational eciency
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Some topological operators via grills
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In this paper, we dene and study two operators s and s with grill.Characterization and basic properties of these operators are obtained. Also,we generalize a grill topological spaces via topology s induced from operatorss and s.
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A
Azzam
Assuite University
Assuite University
Iran
azzam0911@yahoo.com


A
Nasef
*Department of Physics and Engineering Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, Kafr
ElSheikh University, Kafr ElSheikh, Egypt.
*Department of Physics and Engineering Mathematics
Iran
nasefa50@yahoo.com
Grill topological spaces, s
G , s
Goperators and sG
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Error estimation for nonlinear pseudoparabolic equations with nonlocal boundary conditions in reproducing kernel space
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In this paper at first , we discuss about nonlinear pseudoparabolic equations with nonlocalboundary conditions and their results.At second we use an effective error estimation for this method altough has not yet beendiscussed. The aim of this paper is to fill this gap.
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B
Zamanifar
AZAD UNIVERSITY
AZAD UNIVERSITY
Iran
behnaz_zamanifar@yahoo.com
Reproducing kernel method
Error estimation
nonlinear pseudoparabolic equation
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mProjections involving Minkowski inverse and range symmetric property in Minkowski space
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In this paper we study the impact of Minkowski metric matrix on a projection in theMinkowski Space M along with their basic algebraic and geometric properties.The relationbetween the mprojections and the Minkowski inverse of a matrix A in the minkowski spaceMis derived. In the remaining portion commutativity of Minkowski inverse in Minkowski SpaceM is analyzed in terms of mprojections as an analogous development and extension of theresults on EP matrices.
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M. S.
Lone
Dept.of Mathematics, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamilnadu India  608002
Dept.of Mathematics, Annamalai University,
Iran
saleemlone9@gmail.com


D.
Krishnaswamy
Associate Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Chidambaram, Tamilnadu
Associate Professor, Dept. of Mathematics,
Iran
krishna_swamy2004@yahoo.co.in
Minkowski inverse
mprojections
Range Symmetric
EP matrix
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