SI: Neutrosophical Advancements And Their Impact on Research


Neutrosophic Sets and Systems

An International Journal in Information Science and Engineering




Neutrosophical Advancements and Their Impact on Research


In science and engineering, navigating through the complexities of uncertainty and indeterminacy is fundamental, forming the essence of challenges encountered in these areas. In today's era, replete with data, we often come across information enshrouded in ambiguity and unpredictability. Such uncertainty stems from a partial grasp of processes and their potential outcomes, fueled by restricted perceptions and environmental interpretations, thereby injecting variability into the inputs and interactions within systems. Conversely, indeterminacy highlights the unpredictable nature and absence of fixed outcomes in intricate systems, underlining the critical need for sophisticated methods to manage these uncertainties.

Emerging from the expansion of fuzzy set theories, such as intuitionistic fuzzy sets (IFSs) and Pythagorean fuzzy sets (PFSs), neutrosophic theory, initiated by Smarandache in 1999, provides a framework for addressing information characterized by uncertainty, indeterminacy, and contradiction. Neutrosophic sets (NS) are distinct in their ability to independently quantify truth, indeterminacy, and falsity memberships, offering a more nuanced depiction of uncertain information. This theory has been extended into various forms, including interval neutrosophic sets and single-valued NS, and applied across numerous fields, from supply chain management to medical diagnosis. These advancements highlight NS's capacity to surmount traditional methodological constraints, marking a significant evolution in handling complex decision-making scenarios. Moreover, recent years have seen the introduction of several generalizations of Neutrosophic Sets, such as the Plithogenic set, Hypersoft sets, IndetermSoft Sets, and SuperHyperSoft Sets, further expanding the versatility and application range of neutrosophic theory. These advancements underscore the broadened scope of what we now refer to as Neutrosophic approaches, marking a significant evolution in our capability to model and analyze complex systems with inherent uncertainties and indeterminacies.

The transformative effect of neutrosophical advancements in Asia has introduced innovative methods for solving complex problems in decision-making across science, engineering, and public management. These approaches offer insights into the interplay of conflicting concepts and are especially adept at handling subjective and imprecise factors, thereby enriching research frameworks and policy development in public management. Asia scholars' engagement with neutrosophical methods presents unique challenges and opportunities, pushing the frontiers of knowledge and tackling intricate issues across various domains. This special issue aims to present the current state of neutrosophical research in Asia, highlighting its role in advancing scientific and engineering research.

Suitable topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Advanced theoretical developments under Neutrosophical approaches.
  • Innovative modeling with Neutrosophical approaches.
  • Neutrosophic set theory and its applications in computational intelligence.
  • Plithogenic set approaches in big data analysis.
  • Hypersoft set theory in complex systems modeling.
  • IndetermSoft Set in Handling Ambiguity in Data Science.
  • SuperHyperSoft Set in Advanced Analytics.
  • TreeSoft Set and Its Applications.
  • Non-Standard Neutrosophic Topology in Advanced Mathematical Modeling.
  • Machine learning algorithms enhanced by neutrosophic sets for predictive analytics.
  • Neutrosophic statistical methods for big data analysis and interpretation.
  • Neutrosophic approaches in Operations Research.
  • Neutrosophic approaches in quantum computing.
  • Neutrosophic approaches to cybersecurity and data protection.
  • Healthcare and Medicine Applications under indeterminacy.
  • Application of neutrosophic set theory in blockchain technology.
  • Neutrosophic models in environmental science
  • Neutrosophic decision-making frameworks for sustainable and renewable energy systems.
  • AI-Driven Decision Support and Business Analytics.
  • Risk Assessment and Management.
  • Financial Modeling and Economics.
  • Practical applications of indeterminacy in decision making.
  • More topics (click here) 

Submission Deadline:

  • Submission Open Date: March 01, 2024
  • Submission Deadline: September 21, 2024

Guest editors:

  1. Seyyed Ahmad Edalatpanah (Lead Guest Editor), Ayandegan Institute of Higher Education, Iran

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  1. Jun Ye, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Ningbo University, Ningbo 315211, P. R. China.


  1. Harish Garg, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Deemed University, Patiala, Punjab, India.

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  1. Michael Voskoglou, School of Technological Applications, 26334 Patras, Greece.


  1. Vakkas Uluçay, Department of Mathematics, Kilis 7 Aralık University, southeastern Turkey.


Notes for Authors

All papers are refereed through a peer review process. Submitted papers should present original, unpublished work, relevant to one of the topics of the Special Issue. All submitted papers will be evaluated on the basis of relevance, the significance of contribution, technical quality, scholarship, and quality of presentation, by at least three independent reviewers following the NSS reviewing procedures. It is the policy of the journal that no submission, or substantially overlapping submission, be published or be under review at another journal or conference at any time during the review process.

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