Mathematics and Statistics Vol. 10(3), pp. 684 - 689
DOI: 10.13189/ms.2022.100325
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The -prime Radicals in Posets

J.Catherine Grace John , B.Elavarasan *
Department of Mathematics, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Coimbatore - 641114, Tamilnadu, India


A relation is a mathematical tool for describing set relationships. Relationships are common in databases and scheduling applications. Science and engineering are designed to help humans make better decisions. To make these choices, we must first understand human expectations, the outcomes of various options, and the degree of confidence. With all of these data, partial orders will be generated. In several fields of engineering and computer science, partial order and lattice theory are now widely used. To mention a few, they are used in cloud computing (vector clocks, global predicate detection), concurrency theory (pomsets, occurrence nets), programming language semantics (fixed-point semantics), and data mining (concept analysis). Other theoretical disciplines benefit from them as well, such as combinatorics, number theory, and group theory. Partially ordered sets emerge naturally when dealing with multidimensional systems of qualitative ordinal variables in social science, especially to solve ranking, prioritising, and assessment concerns. As an alternative to standard techniques, partial order theory and partially ordered sets can be used to generate composite indicators for evaluating well-being, quality of life, and multidimensional poverty. They can be applied in multi-criteria analysis or for decision-making purposes in the study of individual and social desires, including in social choice theory. They're also valuable in social network analysis, where they may be utilized to apply mathematics to explore network topologies and dynamics. The Hasse diagram method, for example, produces a partial order with multiple incomparabilities (lack of order) between pairs of items. This is a common problem in ranking studies, and it can often be avoided by combining object attributes that lead to a complete order. However, such a mix introduces subjectivity and prejudice into the rating process. This work discusses the notion of a -prime radical of a partially ordered set with respect to ideal. In posets, we investigated the concept of -primary ideals. It is investigated how to characterise -primary ideals in relation to -prime radicals. In addition, an ideal's -primary decomposition is constructed.

Strongly Prime Ideal, Strongly -system, Poset, Ideals, -prime Ideal, -system, -prime Radical, -prima

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[1] J.Catherine Grace John , B.Elavarasan , "The -prime Radicals in Posets," Mathematics and Statistics, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 684 - 689, 2022. DOI: 10.13189/ms.2022.100325.

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J.Catherine Grace John , B.Elavarasan (2022). The -prime Radicals in Posets. Mathematics and Statistics, 10(3), 684 - 689. DOI: 10.13189/ms.2022.100325.