Study of the relationship among economic variables in cattle production in a region of Peru, based on Plithogenic Statistics

Ketty Marilú Moscoso-Paucarchuco, Michael Raiser Vásquez-Ramírez, Humberto Rafael Yupanqui-Villanueva, Wilfredo Fernando Yupanqui-Villanueva, Omar Arturo Vivanco-Nuñez, Manuel Michael Beraún-Espíritu, Rafael Jesús Fernández-Jaime, Edgar Gutiérrez-Gómez

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This paper is an in-depth study that starts from a preliminary one, where we surveyed 141 ranchers from the town of Coto-Coto in Peru to obtain as much information as possible about the relationship between two economic variables, Activity Cost and Financial Management. Furthermore, we study the correlation of the first one of them with three other economic variables. To do this, we process the survey data using logical operators with the support of the plithogenic statistics theory. These results given in the form of plithogenic values are logically aggregated and were converted to crisp values and studied through the use of statistical tools, specifically Kendall’s Tau b. The study of economic variables within the field of cattle farming is of great importance because it allows us to improve the productivity of this economic sector, which is also part of the most accepted human diet worldwide. A substantial advantage in the use of plithogeny is that linguistic values that are more natural for livestock farmers were processed, in addition, uncertainty and indeterminacy were taken into account by the use of neutrosophic numbers.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)1-10
Number of pages10
JournalNeutrosophic Sets and Systems
StateIndexed - 2024

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  • Activity costs
  • Kendall’s Tau b
  • financial management
  • plithogenic set
  • plithogenic statistics
  • profitability
  • resource optimization


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