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Introduction to Neutrosophic Sociology (Neutrosociology)

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: Introduction to Neutrosophic Sociology (Neutrosociology)  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences
Collections: Sociology, Authors Community
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Publication Date:
2019
Publisher: Pons Editions
Member Page: InfiniteScience

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Neutrosophic Sociology (or Neutrosociology) is the study of sociology using neutrosophic scientific methods. The huge social data that we face in sociology is full of indeterminacy: it is vague, incomplete, contradictory, hybrid, biased, ignorant, redundant, superfluous, meaningless, ambiguous, unclear, etc. That’s why the neutrosophic sciences (which deal with indeterminacy), through the process of neutrosophication, are involved, such as: neutrosophy (a new branch of philosophy), neutrosophic set, neutrosophic logic, neutrosophic probability and neutrosophic statistics, neutrosophic analysis, neutrosophic measure, and so on. Neutrosophy studies only the triads (, , ), where is an item or a concept, that make sense in the real world. The process of neutrosophication means: - converting a crisp concept {i.e. (1, 0, 0)-concept, which means concept that is 100% true, 0% indeterminate, and 0% false} into a neutrosophic concept {i.e. (T, I, F)-concept, which is T% true, I% indeterminate, and F% false – which more accurately reflects our imperfect, non-idealistic reality}, or more general into a refined (T1, T2, …; I1, I2, …; F1, F2,…)-concept; - or the conversion of a crisp (1 or 0), fuzzy (T), or intuitionistic fuzzy (T, F) numbers into a neutrosophic number (T, I, F); - or the conversion of a crisp (exact) number N into a neutrosophic number of the form N = a + bI, where a is the determinate part of number N and bI the indeterminate part of number N.

 
 



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