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In the modern age of development, it has become essential for any algebraic structure to enjoy greater acceptance and research significance only when it has extensive applications to other fields. This new algebraic concept, Linear Bialgebra, is one that will find applications to several fields like bigraphs, algebraic coding/communication theory (bicodes, best biapproximations), Markov bichains, Markov bioprocess and Leonief Economic bimodels: these are also brought out in this book. Here, the linear bialgebraic structure is given sub-bistructures and super-structures called the smarandache neutrosophic linear bialgebra which will easily yield itself to the above applications.
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