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Use of Neutrosophic Logic in Defining River Water Quality of Yamuna

Authors: Srijit Biswas, FIE Sonal Bhugra

In this study we present a methodology of neutrosophic logic in defining river water quality of Yamuna, one of the most important river of Delhi. The laboratory test results of water quality parameters are not always found to be same in all locations of the river rather varies with wide range of interval daily, monthly and seasonally. For an engineer it is very difficult to define the water quality with degree of certainty.

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