On The Convergence Structure Of L-Topological Spaces And The Continuity In L-Topological Spaces
A general and a comprehensive theory of fuzzy topological spaces on the basis of a fixed quadruple M = (L, ≤, ⊗, *), where (L, ≤), ⊗ and *, respectively, denote a complete lattice and binary operations on L satisfying some further axioms, was introduced by Höhle and Šostak. L-topological spaces, convergence structure of L-topological spaces and L-continuous functions form an important part of their work. The present paper continues the study in this area, and provides new results on the convergence structure of L-topological spaces and the continuity in L-topological spaces.
Volume (Year): 03 (2007)
Issue (Month): 01 ()
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