

NEUTROSOPHIC TRIPLET STRUCTURES
The neutrosophic triplets and their algebraic structures were introduced by Florentin Smarandache and Mumtaz Ali in 2014  2016.
1. Definition of Neutrosophic Triplet Set Let U be a universe of discourse, and (N,*) a set of it, endowed with a welldefined binary law. Then N is called a neutrosophic triplet set if for any x∈ N there exist a neutral of x, denoted neut(x)∈ N, different from the classical algebraic unitary element, and an opposite of x, called anti(x)∈ N, such that: x*neut(x) = neut(x)*x = x and x*anti(x) = anti(x)*x = neut(x).
2. Definition of Neutrosophic Triplet A neutrosophic triplet is an object of the form <x, neut(x), anti(x)>, defined as above.
3. Definition of Neutrosophic Triplet Group Let (N, *) be a neutrosophic triplet set. Then (N, *) is called a neutrosophic triplet group, if the following classical axioms are satisfied. 1) (N, *) is welldefined, i.e. for any x, y ∈ N one has x*y ∈ N. 2) (N, *) is associative, i.e. for any x, y, z ∈ N one has x*(y*z) = (x*y)*z. NTG, in general, is not a group in the classical way, because it may not have a classical
unitary element, nor classical inverse elements. and the neutrosophic opposites replace the classical inverse elements. Theorem. If <a, neut(a), anti(a)> is a neutrosophic triplet into a NTG with no zerodivisors and a ≠0, then <anti(a), neut(a), a> and <neut(a), neut(a), neut(a)> are also neutrosophic triplets. 4. Definition of Neutrosophic Triplet Ring 1) Neutrosophic Triplet Ring (NTR) is a set endowed with two binary laws (M, *, #), such that: a) (M, *) is a commutative neutrosophic triplet group;
which means that: (i.e. if x belongs to M, then neut(x) and anti(x), defined with respect to the law *, also belong to M);  the law * is welldefined, associative, and commutative on M (as in the classical sense); b) (M, #) is a set such that the law # on M is welldefined and associative (as in the classical sense); c) the law # is distributive with respect to the law * (as in the classical sense).
4.1. Remarks on Neutrosophic Triplet Ring: 1) The Neutrosophic Triplet Ring is defined on the steps of the classical ring, the only two distinctions are that:  the classical unit element with respect to the law * is replaced by neut(x) with respect to the law * for each x in M into the NTR;  in the same way, the classical inverse element of an element x in M, with respect to the law *, is replaced by anti(x) with respect to the law * in M. 2) A Neutrosophic Triplet Ring, in general, is different from a classical ring.
5. Definition of Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Ring The Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Ring (HNTR) is a set M endowed with two binary laws (M, *, #), such that: a) (M, *) is a commutative neutrosophic triplet group; which means that:  M is a set of neutrosophic triplets with respect to the law * (i.e. if x belongs to M, then neut(x) and anti(x), defined with respect to the law *, also belong to M);  the law * is welldefined, associative, and commutative on M (as in the classical sense); b) (M, #) is a neutrosophic triplet set with respect to the law # (i.e. if x belongs to M, then neut(x) and anti(x), defined with respect to the law #, also belong to M);  the law # is welldefined and nonassociative on M (as in the classical sense); c) the law # is distributive with respect to the law * (as in the classical sense).
5.1. Remarks on Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Ring. a) A Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Ring (HNTR) is a field (M, *, #) from which there has been removed the associativity of the second law #. b) Or, Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Ring (HNTR) is a set (M, *, #), such that (M, *) is a commutative neutrosophic triplet group, and (M, #) is a neutrosophic triplet loop, and the law # is distributive with respect to the law * (as in the classical sense).
6. Definition of Neutrosophic Triplet Field 2) Neutrosophic Triplet Field (NTF) is a set endowed with two binary laws (M, *, #), such that: a) (M, *) is a commutative neutrosophic triplet group;
which means that: (i.e. if x belongs to M, then neut(x) and anti(x), defined with respect to the law *, also both belong to M);  the law * is welldefined, associative, and commutative on M (as in the classical sense); b) (M, #) is a neutrosophic triplet group; which means that:  M is a set of neutrosophic triplets with respect to the law # (i.e. if x belongs to M, then neut(x) and anti(x), defined with respect to the law #, also both belong to M);  the law # is welldefined and associative on M (as in the classical sense); c) the law # is distributive with respect to the law * (as in the classical sense).
6.1. Remarks on Neutrosophic Triplet Field: 1) The Neutrosophic Triplet Field is defined on the steps of the classical field, the only four distinctions are that:  the classical unit element with respect to the first law * is replaced by neut(x) with respect to the first law * for each x in M into the NTF;  in the same way, the classical inverse element of an element x in M, with respect to the first law *, is replaced by anti(x) with respect to the first law * in M;  and the classical unit element with respect to the second law # is replaced by neut(x) with respect to the second law # for each x in M into the NTF;  in the same way, the classical inverse element of an element x in M, with respect to the second law #, is replaced by anti(x) with respect to the second law # in M; 2) A Neutrosophic Triplet Field, in general, is different from a classical field.
7. Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Field of Type 1. It is a set F endowed with two laws * and # such that: 1: (F, *) is a commutative neutrosophic triplet group; 2: (F, #) is a classical group; 3: The law # is distributive over the law *.
8. Hybrid Neutrosophic Triplet Field of Type 2. It is a set F endowed with two laws * and # such that: 1: (F, *) is a classical commutative group; 2: (F, #) is a neutrosophic triplet group; 3: The law # is distributive over the law *.
9. Applications This new field of neutrosophic triplet structures is important, because it reflects our everyday life [it is not simple imagination!]. The neutrosophic triplets are based on real triads: (friend, neutral, enemy), (positive particle, neutral particle, negative particle), (yes, undecided, no), (pro, neutral, against), and in general (<A>, <neutA>, <antiA>) as in neutrosophy.
References:
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