IVNS

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In Section 2, the basic definition and some properties about SVNS and IVNS are given.
Trillium developed its SecureCAR IVN (in-vehicle network) security platform as one pillar of a comprehensive cybersecurity suite called SecureIoT, delivering the requisite multi-layered automotive cyber-system from IVN to IPS to SecureOTA.
The IVNS is a generalization of the single valued neutrosophic set, in which the three membership functions are independent and their value belong to the unit interval [0, 1].
Furthermore, we extend the method to interval-valued neutrosophic set (IVNS).
In order to accelerate the convergence speed and improve the solution quality, the later optimization process is proposed in the IVNS algorithm.
flower, weight) f_upper_dot_product *= pow(ivnn._i_upper, weight) return IVNN(1 - t_lower_dot_product, 1 - t_upper_dot_product, [??] i_lower_dot_product, i_upper_dot_product, f_lower_ dot_product, [??] f_upper_dot_product) 7.2 IVNS Helper Methods
Note that a given IVNHGH = (X, E, R) with underlying set X, where E = ([E.sub.1], [E.sub.2], ..., [E.sub.m]} is the collection of non-empty family of IVN subsets of X, and R is IVN relation on IVN subsets Ej such that:
In 2014 Anjan Mukherjee and Sadhan Sarkar [140] defined the Hamming and Euclidean distances between two interval valued neutrosophic soft sets (IVNS sets) and they also introduced similarity measures based on distances between two interval valued neutrosophic soft sets.
The same authors [10] also introduced a generalization of the single valued neutrosophic set, namely the interval valued neutrosophic set (IVNS), in which the three membership functions are independent, and their values belong to the unit interval [0, 1].
B = {<x, {[[T.sup.L.sub.B](x), [T.sup.U.sub.B](x)],[[I.sup.L.sub.B](x), [I.sup.U.sub.B](x)],[[F.sup.L.sub.B](x), [F.sup.U.sub.B](x)])> | x [member of] X} be two IVNS. Then the following relations are defined as follows:
The same authors [16, 18] introduced as well the concept of interval valued neutrosophic set (IVNS), which is more precise and flexible than the single valued neutrosophic set.