Assoc. Prof. Dr. Selçuk TOPAL

Selçuk TOPAL
+90 (262) 1374
Web page
Business Administration Building, Z24
Areas of interest
Mathematics Logic and Computer Science, Applied Logic, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science

Journal Papers (36) and Book Publications (4) (sorting by year)

1) Seher Korkmaz Bodur, Selçuk Topal *, Hacı Gürkan, Seyyed Ahmad Edalatpanah, (2024) A Novel Neutrosophic Likert Scale Analysis of Perception of Organizational Distributive Justice via Score Function: A Complete Statistical Study and Some Symmetric Evidence on a Real-Life Survey Data,&#160;Research on Fuzzy Logic and Mathematics with Applications II,&#160;Symmetry, MDPI.&#160;</span>

1) Topal, S. , Akürek, Y. E. and Duran, V. (2023). A Nano Topology Based Assessment with Parameter Reduction in Mathematics Education . Disiplinlerarası Eğitim Araştırmaları Dergisi , 7 (14) , 44-58 . DOI: 10.57135/jier.1147629

2)Duran V., Topal S., Taş F., Ulaş A.K., Florentin S. (2023). Modeling epidemics based on quantum decision-making model by the qutrit states and employing neutrosophic form of percolation analysis. Editors: Florentin Smarandache and Muhammad Aslam, Series Editor: Arun Kumar Sangaiah, Cognitive Data Science in Sustainable Computing: Cognitive Intelligence with Neutrosophic Statistics in Bioinformatics, Elsevier, ISBN:978-0-323- 99456-9.

3) Duran V., Topal S., Florentin S. Aslam M. (2023). Using the four-valued Rasch model in the preparation of neutrosophic form of risk maps for the spread of COVID-19 in Turkey. Elsevier, Editors: Florentin Smarandache and Muhammad Aslam, Series Editor: Arun Kumar Sangaiah, Cognitive Data Science in Sustainable Computing: Cognitive Intelligence with Neutrosophic Statistics in Bioinformatics, Elsevier, ISBN:978-0-323- 99456-9.

4)Gökbaş, H., Topal, S.,and Smarandache, F. (2023). Neutrosophic Number Sequences: An introductory Study.&amp;#160;International Journal of Neutrosophic Science. (IJNS),&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#160;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/span&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;20(1).&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/span&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;

5) Sezer, B. B., Topal, S., and Nuriyev, U. (2022). TPPSUPPLY: A traceable and privacy-preserving blockchain system architecture for the supply chain. Journal of Information Security and Applications, Elsevier 66, 103116.

5) Duran, V., Topal, S., and Smarandache, F. (2021). An application of neutrosophic logic in the confirmatory data analysis of the satisfaction with life scale. Journal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications, 2(3), 262-282.

6) Parimala, M., Broumi, S., Prakash, K., and Topal, S. (2021). Bellman–ford algorithm for solving shortest path problem of a network under picture fuzzy environment. Complex and Intelligent Systems, Springer 7(5), 2373-2381.

7) Prabha S. K., Broumi S., Topal S., (2021). A Novel Routing Network Algorithm Via Neutrosophic Fuzzy Set Approach, International Journal of Neutrosophic Science (IJNS) Vol. 13, No. 1, PP. 9-22.

8) Topal, S., and Duran, V. (2021). Examination of the Text and Sentiment Analysis of the Opinions of the Students in the Social Service Departments regarding the Concept of Education. MSGSÜ Sosyal Bilimler, 1(23), 160-175.

9) Çevik, A., and Topal, S. (2021). Most-intersection of countable sets. Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics, Taylor and Francis, 31(3-4), 343-354.

10) Duran, V., Topal, S., Smarandache, F., Broumi, S. (2021). Using Sieve of Eratosthenes for the Factor Analysis of Neutrosophic Form of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire as an Alternative Confirmatory Factor Analysis. CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 129(2), 953–971.

11) Alharbi, N., Aydi, H., Özel, C., and Topal, S. (2020). Rough topologies on classical and based covering rough sets with applications in making decisions on chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics, 8(3), 173-185.

12) Topal, S., and Cevik, A. (2020). Natural Density and the Quantifier “Most”. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, Springer 29(4), 511-523.

13) Moss, L. S., and Topal, S. (2020). Syllogistic logic with cardinality comparisons, on infinite sets. The Review of Symbolic Logic, Cambridge University Press, 13(1), 1-22.

14) Topal, S., Çevik, A., and Smarandache, F. (2020). A new group decision making method with distributed indeterminacy form under neutrosophic environment: an introduction to neutrosophic social choice theory. IEEE Access, 8, 42000-42009, IEEE.

15) S. Topal, F. Tas, S. Broumi and O. A. Kirecci. (2020). Applications of neutrosophic logic of smart agriculture via Internet of Things, Int. J. Neutrosophic Sci., vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 105-115.

16) Topal, S. (2020). A Novel Hybrid Sharing Economy Based Blockchain Model (Proof of Meet). Journal of New Theory, (32), 11-14.

17) Topal, S., Sönmez M. G., (2020). Ideals and Filters in Neutrosophic Lattices, fcmathsci, Volume 1, Issue 1, 30.

18) Çağında, S., and Topal, S. (2020). Proof of Meet Konsensüs Protokolünün Gıda Taşımacılığı Üzerine Bir Uygulaması. Bitlis Eren Üniversitesi İktisadi Ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi Akademik İzdüşüm Dergisi, 5(2), 172-182.

19) Broumi, S., Topal, S., Bakali, A., Talea, M., and Smarandache, F. (2020). A Novel Python Toolbox for Single and Interval-Valued Neutrosophic Matrices. In Neutrosophic Sets in Decision Analysis and Operations Research (pp. 281-330). IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2555-5.ch013, EISBN13: 9781799825579.

20) Al Shumrani, M. A., Topal, S., Smarandache, F., and Ozel, C. (2019). Covering-Based Rough Fuzzy, Intuitionistic Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Nano Topology and Applications. IEEE Access, 7, 172839-172846, IEEE.

21) Topal, S., Broumi, S., Bakali, A., Talea, M., and Smarandache, F. (2019). A Python Tool for Implementations on Bipolar Neutrosophic Matrices. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 28, 138-162.

22) Özdemir, H. İ., Çınar, C., Bozkaya, H., Topal, S., and Oran İ. (2019). Digital subtraction angiography and multislice computed tomography angiography for cervicocranial vessels: comparison of radiation doses. Ege Tıp Dergisi, 58(4), 363-369.

23) Çevik, A., Topal, S., and Smarandache, F. (2018). Neutrosophic logic-based quantum computing. Symmetry, 10(11), 656.

24) Çevik, A., Topal, S., and Smarandache, F. (2018). Neutrosophic computability and enumeration. Symmetry, 10(11), 643.

25) Taş, F., Topal, S., and Smarandache, F. (2018). Clustering neutrosophic data sets and neutrosophic valued metric spaces. Symmetry, 10(10), 430.

26) Topal, S. (2018). Equivalential Structures for Binary and Ternary Syllogistics. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, Springer, 27(1), 79-93.

27) Topal, S., and Akünsoy, Y. (2018). Inference Situations, Counter-Model Constructions and A Computer Implementation of a Logic Composed of Intersecting Adjectives and the Quantifier “More’’. Konuralp Journal of Mathematics, 6(1), 1-6.

28) Topal, S., and Tas, F. (2018). Bezier Surface Modeling for Neutrosophic Data Problems. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 19.

29) Topal, S. (2018). On Logics of Transitive Verbs with and Without Intersective Adjectives. Studia Humana, 7, 31-43.

30) Topal, S., and Smarandache, F. (2018). A Lattice Theoretic Look: A Negated Approach to Adjectival (Intersective, Neutrosophic and Private) Phrases and More, New Trends in Neutrosophic Theory and Applications, Volume II, Pond Editions, Belgium. ISBN: 978-1-59973-559-7.

31) Tas, F., and Topal, S. (2017). Bezier Curve Modeling for Neutrosophic Data Problem. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, vol. 16: A Quarterly International Journal in Information Science and Engineering, 3.

32) Topal, S. (2017). Bazı Sillojistik ve Kardinalite Karşılaştırmalı Lojiklerin Türetimlerinin Cebirsel ve Etiketli Çizge Teorik Özellikleri Üzerine. Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü Dergisi, 21(3), 942-947.

33) Öner, T., and Topal, S. (2017). On Completeness and Inference Algorithms of the Logic Card with IA. Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics: Advances and Applications, 18(2), 75-86.

34) Topal S., vd. (2017). Algoritmalara Giriş (Introduction to Algorithms). Palme Yayıncılık, Editors: Urfat Nuriyev, Efendi Nasiboğlu, Tahsin Öner, Basım Sayısı:1, 1292 p., ISBN:9786053556497, Turkish (Book Translation).

35) Topal, S. (2016), Finding minimal Ferrers-esque graphs on path graphs and cycle graphs via set cover. Communication in Mathematical Modeling and Applications, 1(2), 42-49.

36) Topal, S. (2016), A Syllogistic Fragment of English with Ditransitive Verbs in Formal Semantics, Journal of Logic, Mathematics and Linguistics in Applied Sciences, Dergipark, 1-1.

37) Topal, S. (2015). An Object-Oriented Approach to Counter-Model Constructions in A Fragment of Natural Language. Bitlis Eren Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 4(2).

39) Topal, S. (2015). A new graph class defined by ferrers relation. New Trends in Mathematical Sciences, 3(3), 181.

40) Topal, S. (2015). On Graphs of Dualities of Bipartite Posets. Bitlis Eren University Journal of Science and Technology, 5(1), 29-30.

1) Ziyadin KARAKOÇ, (2024).A Decentralized Application that Provides Information Storage and Security with the Help of Steganography and Blockchain, Bitlis Eren University.

2) Yunus Emre Akürek, (2021). Decision making through nano topology: A mathematics education study, Bitlis Eren University.

3) Merve Gökçen Sayın, (2017). On lattices of neutrosophic sets, Bitlis Eren University.

4) Yasin Akünsoy, (2017). Algorithmic analysis and a computer implementation of a syllogistic logic composed of cardinality comparisons of nouns and intersecting adjectives, Bitlis Eren University.

5) Bora Buğra Sezer, (2022). A novel approach in the supply chain management system. use of blockchain technology for traceability and transparency, Ege University. (Co-Advisor)

  • Third Cycle (Doctoral): Ege University 2015
  • Second Cycle (Master's): Ege University 2009
  • First Cycle (Undergraduate): Ege University 2007
My works cover multi-branches of mathematical logic, called applied logic, and perhaps nice intersection points addressed the study of mathematical and conceptual tools for use in computer science, linguistics, artificial intelligence, and other sciences. Recently, I like to research:

i. In general, I am interested in exploring logics and formal semantics in fragments of natural languages and algebraic structures, proof search algorithms, and implementations of logic. These explorations allow me to discover new algebraic structures, graph algorithms, and new calculations.

ii. Studying algebraic and geometric applications of neutrosophic sets, rough sets, and fuzzy sets.

iii. Computational Logic (Ontology-based systems, analysis of artificial intelligence and logic systems) Python, C ++, Haskell, Prolog programming languages.

iv. Mathematical investigations in quantum mechanics.

v. Data analysis, computational models, and decision-making algorithms of uncertain data. Applications of the analysis in medicine.

vi. Currently, I am interested in automata theory, blockchain, computability, functional programming, and data science.