@article{Rana_Saeed_Smarandache_2022, title={LGU-Combined-Consciousness State Model}, volume={51}, url={https://fs.unm.edu/NSS2/index.php/111/article/view/2529}, abstractNote={<p><span class="fontstyle0">This article aims to introduce some modern algebraic structures as hyper super matrices. The classical<br>algebra and matrices cannot process higher-dimensional information with several levels of ambiguity and<br>uncertainty. Hence, it is necessary to establish such superalgebraic structures that can organize and<br>classify the uncertain and incomplete information floating in parallel higher dimensions as facts, events,<br>or realities. To achieve the desired goal, a particular construction of Hypersoft Matrix (HS-Matrix) and<br>Subjectively Whole Hyper-SuperSoft Matrix (SWHSS-Matrix) is offered in a plithogenic Fuzzy<br>environment initially, and some aggregation operators are formulated. A Local-Global-Universal<br>Combined Consciousness State Ranking Model is formulated as an application. As the classification of<br>non-physical phenomena like state of physical health or Consciousness has not yet been addressed in the<br>area of decision making therefor the proposed model will open a new dimension of classification of the<br>non-physical part of the universe in which one can select the most suitable possible reality from several<br>parallel realities which would be useful in the field of artificial intelligence. This model classifies the<br>accumulated states of matter bodies (subjects). And gives a possible description of the CombinedConsciousness State of a Universe. In addition, it offers a local ranking by observing the information<br>through several angles of vision, just like a human mind does, and a universal ranking by classifying the<br>accumulated states. Furthermore, the final Global Ranking is achieved by constructing a percentage<br>frequency-matrix and an authenticity measure of the order is offered. A numerical example is constructed<br>to describe SWHSS-Matrix and LGU-Ranking Model. Some pie graphs are used to describe the individual<br>states, accumulated states, and the ultimate accumulated universal state of all given subjects (a Combined<br>Conscious State of Universe).</span> </p>}, journal={Neutrosophic Sets and Systems}, author={Rana, Shazia and Saeed, Muhammad and Smarandache, Florentin}, year={2022}, month={Oct.}, pages={60-79} }