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Neutrosophic Circuits of Communication - A Review

, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia (Slovak Republic) ; , University of Craiova, Romania ; , Independent Researcher, Romania

ILSHS Volume 43, ISSN 2300-2697


Communication Neutrosophic Routes” by Florentin Smarandache and Stefan Vladutescu was published by Education Publishing, Ohio, USA, on May 2014. Florentin Smarandache and Stefan Vladutescu are two remarcable professors, first at University of New Mexico/ USA, the second at University of Craiova/ Romania, with many researches in neutrosophical, communication, mathematic, literature, journalism, social sciencies. Neutrosophy had been in the emergence phase since 1995. With its certification by the scientific community, Neutrosophy has become a type of incident knowledge, i.e. applicable in different fields. Neutrosophy legitimating was achieved by developing some doctoral research, through learning theory as a way of description, explanation and forecast and implementation of neutrosophic congress and conferences. Neutrosophy handles all neutralities. In the neutrosophic taxonometry, a class of neutralities is represented by the neutralities that, without turning into contradiction, generate qualitative leaps. The emergence is the cognitive phenomenon in which, from two or more connected neutralities, without contradiction, a change of quality or a qualitative leap result. Thinking in Hegelian terms has an axiom the idea that the qualitative change, qualitative emergences may arise from related neutral items. Neutrosophy claims that qualitative emergences may arise from related neutral items


Novak-Marcincin, J., Nicolescu, A. & Teodorescu, M. (2014). Neutrosophic Circuits of Communication - A Review. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, 43, 174-186. Retrieved December 6, 2019 from .



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