Unveiling Efficiency: Investigating Distance Measures in Wastewater Treatment Using Interval-Valued Neutrosophic Fuzzy Soft Set
Keywords:Interval-Valued Neutrosophic Fuzzy Soft Set, Decision Making, Distance Measure, Unveiling Efficiency
To reduce the threats that wastewater poses to human health and the environment, water treatment techniques must be improved. The use of a procedure that includes preparation, testing, primary and secondary treatments, filtration, disinfection, and continuous monitoring is therefore required. The objective of this research is to create a hybrid notion that extends the idea of an interval-valued neutrosophic fuzzy soft set (IVNFSS) to an interval-valued neutrosophic fuzzy set. Operations like complement, union, and integration are included in the idea. To improve decision-making accuracy, a quality-assessment distance measure is incorporated, offering a numerical representation of the disparity between various factors. Furthermore, the IVNFSS defines distance measures, which are used in the wastewater treatment process. To monitor water quality, IVNFSS, in conjunction with a distance measure, is a potent instrument whose application extends to water waste treatment procedures. This can completely change the way that water quality management is now done by providing a methodical way to guarantee the security and quality of drinking water.
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