On Intuitionistic Fuzzy Almost Resolvable and Irresolvable Spaces
Keywords:intuitionistic fuzzy almost resolvable spaces, submaximal, first category, Baire
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to study several characterizations of intuitionistic fuzzy almost resolvable and irresolvable spaces and the conditions under which an intuitionistic fuzzy almost resolvable space becomes an intuitionistic fuzzy Baire space. The interrelations between intuitionistic fuzzy almost resolvable and other spaces are also discussed.
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