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1. invented.
2. invention.
3. inventor.
4. invoice.
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She had called on his wife, during his absence in London--she had been inv ited to the house--and she had promised to accept the invitation early in the week.
Moreover, by using Definition 3.8, we obtained INV intersection, [D.sub.INV] = [A.sub.INV] [intersection] [B.sub.INV] as follows:
Until now, there has been no study on interval neutrosophic vague set (INVS) and its combination particularly with vague sets.
Section 2 presents some basic mathematical concepts to enhance the understanding of INVS. Section 3 describes definitions IVNS and its properties together with example.
The formal definition of an INVS and its basic operations of complement* union and intersection are introduced.
An interval valued neutrosophic vague set [A.sub.INV] also known as INVS in the universe of discourse E.
An INVS [A.sub.INV] when E is continuous is presented as follows: