Document Type: Research Paper

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Department of Mathematics Shahid Chamran University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

Abstract

In this paper, we define the notion of a bipolar general fuzzy automaton, then we construct some closure operators on the set of states of a bipolar general fuzzy automaton. Also, we construct some topologies on the set of states of a bipolar general fuzzy automaton. Then we obtain some relationships between them.

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