@article{Florentin Smarandache_Mohammad Abobala_2024, title={Operations with n-Refined Literal Neutrosophic Numbers using the Identification Method and the n-Refined AH-Isometry}, volume={70}, url={https://fs.unm.edu/nss8/index.php/111/article/view/4777}, abstractNote={If we know the determinate and sub-indeterminate part(s) of an argument a0+a1I1+a2I2+…+anIn how do we similarly find the determinate and sub-indeterminate part(s) of a function (or operation) of this argument f (a0+a1I1+a2I2+…+anIn)? The AH-Isometry is designed to do just that. The function f may be of one or more variables (arguments), it may also be some unary or n-ary operation. Real examples are presented in this paper of such arguments and functions. We now present for the first time the most general form, the n-Refined AH-Isometry. DOI:&nbsp;10.5281/zenodo.13177462 }, journal={Neutrosophic Sets and Systems}, author={Florentin Smarandache and Mohammad Abobala}, year={2024}, month={Aug.}, pages={350–358} }