A Walk Through Weak Hyperstructures (eBook)
by Bijan Davvaz, thomas vougiouklis (Author)

 87,883 Words
 348 Pages
Hyperstructures represent a natural extension of classical algebraic structures. They were introduced in 1934 by the French mathematician Marty. Since then, hundreds of papers published on this subject. This book is devoted to the study of weak hyperstructures with natural examples. It begins with some basic results, which represent the most general algebraic context, in which reality can be modelled. There are also applications in natural science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics).
The authors of the book are experts and well known on this theory. Most results on weak hyperstructures are collected in this book. The overall strength of the book is in its presentation and introduction to some of the results, methods and ideas about weak hyperstructures.
Contents: Fundamentals of Algebraic Structures
 Algebraic Hyperstructures
 H_{v}Groups
 H_{v}Rings
 H_{v}Modules
 Hyperalgebra and LieSantilli Theory
 Outline of Applications and Modeling
Readership: Mathematics graduate students and researchers in hyperstructures.Hyperstructure;Hypergroup;Hyperring;HyperModule;Weak Hyperstructure;HvGroup;HvRing;HvModule0Key Features:
 Many researchers and postgraduate students are interested in Hvstructure theory
 Most results on Hvstructure theory are collected in this monograph
 Applications in Chemistry, Biology and Physics are presented
 Released: December 10, 2018
 Categories: Education
 Language: English
 Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
 ISBN10: 9813278889
 ISBN13: 9789813278882