Path Induced Vertex Covering for Intuitionistic Fuzzy Graph and its Application in Disaster management

Authors

  • Josna James Research Scholar Mathematics, St. Thomas College, Palai

Keywords:

Intuitionistic Fuzzy Graph,, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Path Induced Vertex Covering, covering number,, Disaster management

Abstract

Graph Theory is one of the prominent tool for modelling real life problems. Due to the uncertainty
and impreciseness in such problems, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Graphs builds a conspicuous position
over graph theory and fuzzy graph theory. Now a days, conditional covering problem and set
covering problems are gaining much importance because of its increasing application. Here, we
introduced a new vertex covering to Intuitionistic Fuzzy graph, named it as Intuitionistic Fuzzy
Path Induced Vertex Covering (IFPVC). An algorithm is designed to nd the IFPVC set and IFPV
covering number for IFG. Also, an application in disaster management is provided to analyse the
plausibility of the proposed covering set.

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2022-07-01

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