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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 9)
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Some Characterizations of Intra-regular Abel-Grassmann Groupoids

Madad Khan, Saima Anis and Faizullah Faiz
Corresponding Author:  Madad Khan 

Key words:  AG-groupoid, (&isin, &isin v qk) -fuzzy ideals and (&isin, &isin v qk) -fuzzy bi-ideals, left invertive law, medial law, paramedial law, ,
Vol. 7 , (9): 1848-1855
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June 07, 2013 August 05, 2013 March 05, 2014
Abstract:

In this study we introduce a new class of a non-associative algebraic structure namely intra-regular Abel Grassmann's groupoid (AG-groupoid in short). We apply generalized fuzzy ideal theory to this class and discuss its related properties. We introduce (&isin, &isin v qk) -fuzzy semiprime ideals in AG-groupoids and characterize it. Specifically we have characterized intra-regular AG-groupoids in terms of left, bi and two sided ideals and (&isin, &isin v qk) -fuzzy left, bi and two sided ideals. For support of our arguments we give examples of AG-groupoids. At the end we characterize intra-regular AG-groupoids using the properties of (&isin, &isin v qk)-fuzzy semiprime ideals.
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Madad Khan, Saima Anis and Faizullah Faiz, 2014. Some Characterizations of Intra-regular Abel-Grassmann Groupoids.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(9): 1848-1855.
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