Application of a Neutrosophic Soft Set Model to Animal Abandonment and its Consideration as Mistreatment
Keywords:Neutrosophic Soft Set, animal abuse, animal abandonment
The recognition of animal rights is an issue that has boomed in recent years and more and more states are taking them into account in their legal framework. Even though it seeks the recognition of animals as subjects of law, in social life actions of cruelty towards them continue to be appreciated and practices such as abandonment are normalized, without often being interpreted as mistreatment. The present investigation seeks to know the perception of jurists around this problem, using a model to evaluate the relevance of some situations of abandonment, based on the Neutrosophic Soft Set theory. This is a tool where the indeterminacy studied by Neutrosophy is mixed with the classic soft sets. In this way, greater precision is achieved to study the evidence, at the cost of greater uncertainty. As a result, it was obtained that all the situations analyzed were ranked and deemed relevant for consideration as abuse
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