Types of Arcs in Complement of a Fuzzy Graph

K.R. Sandeep Narayan, M.S. Sunitha

Abstract


Connectivity has important role in the area of applications of fuzzy graphs such as fuzzy neural networks and clustering. In this paper different types of arcs such as α, β, δ and fuzzy bonds are analyzed in a fuzzy graph G and its complement.

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