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The minimal tree problem for fuzzy graphs. (El problema del árbol minimal para grafos difusos.) (Spanish. English summary) Zbl 0648.90085

Summary: On the basis of previous definitions, the problem of spanning a fuzzy tree is analyzed. First we treat its existence and then the spanning of a fuzzy tree of minimum cost is found by means of an \(\alpha\)-out decomposition. We have done this with two different assumptions about the cost structure.

MSC:

90C35 Programming involving graphs or networks
03E72 Theory of fuzzy sets, etc.
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