New Types of Pythagorean Fuzzy Modules and Applications in Medical Diagnosis

  • Areej Almuhaimeed Department of Mathematics, College of Science, Taibah University, Madinah, Saudi Arabia
Keywords: pythagorean fuzzy set, pythagorean fuzzy module, homomorphism, medical diagnosis.


In this article, we discuss several distinct categories of pythagorean fuzzy modules, study pythagorean fuzzy relations, and provide applications in the field of medical diagnosis. The concept of pythagorean fuzzy prime modules, along with its characteristics, is presented. In addition,an investigation is conducted into a pythagorean fuzzy multiplication module. Moreover, pythagorean fuzzy relations and pythagorean fuzzy homomorphisms are introduced. By making use of pythagorean fuzzy sets and pythagorean fuzzy relations., we propose a novel approach to the medical diagnosis process. This approach is achieved by pointing the smallest distance between the symptoms of the patients and the symptoms related to diseases.


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How to Cite
Almuhaimeed, A. (2023). New Types of Pythagorean Fuzzy Modules and Applications in Medical Diagnosis. Journal of Progressive Research in Mathematics, 20(1), 63-77. Retrieved from