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In this paper a new class of soft sets called Soft Regular Weakly Closed sets (briefly SRWClosed sets) in soft topological spaces is introduced and studied. This new class is defined over an initial universe and with a fixed set of parameters. Some basic properties of this new class of soft sets are investigated. This new class of SRWClosed sets contributes to widening the scope of Soft Topological Spaces and its applications.
Keywords 
Soft Sets, Soft Topological Spaces, Wclosed sets, SWclosed sets, RWclosed sets, SRWclosed sets 
INTRODUCTION 
Any Research work should result in addition to the existing knowledge of a particular concept. Such an effort not only widens the scope of the concept but also encourages others to explore new and newer ideas. Here the researchers have succeeded in their knowledge building effort by introducing a new class of soft sets called Soft Regular Weakly Closed sets (briefly SRWClosed sets) in Soft Topological Spaces. 
Molodtsov (1999) initiated the theory of soft sets as a new mathematical tool for dealing uncertainty, which is completely a new approach for modeling vagueness and uncertainties. Soft Set Theory has a rich potential for application in solving practical problems in Economics, Social Sciences, Medical Sciences etc. Applications of Soft Set Theory in other disciplines and in real life problems are now catching momentum. Molodtsov successfully applied Soft Theory into several directions, such as Smoothness of Functions, Game theory, Operations Research, Riemann Integration, Perron Integration, Theory of Probability, Theory of Measurement and so on. Maji et al. (2002) gave first practical application of Soft Sets in decision making problems. Shabir and Naz(2011) introduce the notion of soft topological spaces which are defined over an initial universe with a fixed set of parameters. They studied some basic concepts of soft topological spaces also some related concepts such as soft interior, soft closure, soft subspace and soft separation axioms. . In this paper a new class of sets called Soft Regular Weakly Closed sets (SRWClosed sets) are introduced and few of their properties are investigated. 
RELATED WORK 
Some concepts in mathematics can be considered as mathematical tool for dealing with uncertainties namely theory of vague sets, theory of rough sets and etc. But all of these theories have their all difficulties. The concept of soft set now introduce by Molodtsov[10] in 1999 as a general mathematical tool for modeling uncertainty present in real life. Later on Maji et al [9] proposed several operations on soft sets and some basic properties and then Pei and Miao [12] investigated the relationships between soft sets and information systems. Shabir and Naz [12] introduced the notion of soft topological spaces which are defined over an initial universe with a fixed set of parameters. Latter on Benchalli and Wali [3] introduced RWClosed sets in Topological Spaces. 
PRELIMINARIES 
Let X be an initial universe set and E be the set of parameters. Let P(X) denote the power set of X. 
Definition 2.1[10] 
For A ⊆ E, the pair (F,A) is called a Soft Set over X, where Fis a mapping given by F:A → P(X). 
In other words, a soft set over X is a parameterized family of subsets of the universeX. For ε ∈ A, F(ε) may be considered as the set of ε approximate elements of the soft set (F,A). 
Definition 2.2 [11] 
A soft set (F,A) over X is said to be Null Soft Set denoted by Φ if for all e ∈ A, F(e) = φ. A soft set (F,E) over Xis said to be an Absolute Soft Set denoted by A if for all e ∈ A,F(e) = X. 
Definition 2.3 [9] 
The Union of two soft sets(F, A) and (G, B)over X is the soft set (H, C), where C = A ∪ B, and for all e ∈ C, H(e) = F(e), if e ∈ A\B, H(e) = G(e) if e ∈ B\A andH(e) = F(e) ∪ G(e)if e ∈ A ∩ B and is denoted as (F, A) ∪ (G, B) = (H, C). 
Definition 2.4 [9] 
The Intersection of two soft sets (F, A) and (G, B)over X is the soft set (H,C), whereC = A ∩ B and H(e) = F(e) ∩ G(e)for all e ∈ C and is denoted as(F, A) ∩ (G,B) = (H, C). 
Definition 2.5 [11] 
The Relative Complement of (F,A) is denoted by (F, A)c and is defined by (F,A)c = (Fc,A) where Fc:A → P(X) is a mapping given by Fc(e) = X − F(e) for all e ∈ A. 
Definition 2.6 [11] 
The Difference(H, E) of two soft sets (F, E) and (G, E)over X, denoted by (F, E)\(G,E) is defined as H(e) = F(e)\G(e) for all e ∈ E. 
Definition 2.7 [11] 
Let (F,A) and (G, B) be soft sets over X, we say that (F,A) is a Soft Subset of (G,B) if A ⊆ B and for all e ∈ A, F(e)and G(e) are identical approximations. We write (F, A) ⊆ (G, B). 
Definition 2.8 [11] 
Let τ be a collection of soft sets over X with the fixed set E of parameters. Then τ is called a Soft Topology onX if 
i. Φ,E belongs to τ 
ii. The union of any number of soft sets in τ belongs to τ. 
iii. The intersection of any two soft sets in τ belongs to τ. 
The triplet (X, τ,E) is called Soft Topological Spaces over X. 
The members of τ are called Soft Open sets in X and complements of them are called Soft Closed sets inX. 
Definition 2.9 [11] 
Let (X, τ,E) be a Soft Topological Spaces overX. The Soft Interior of (F, E) denoted by Int(F, E) is the union of all soft open subsets of (F,E). Clearly (F, E) is the largest soft open set over X which is contained in (F, E). The Soft Closure of (F, E) denoted by Cl(F,E) is the intersection of closed sets containing (F, E). Clearly (F, E) is the smallest soft closed set containing (F,E). 
Int(F, E) =∪ {(O.E): (O, E)is soft open and (O,E) ⊆ (F,E)} 
Cl(F,E) =∪ {(O. E): (O, E)is soft closed and (F, E) ⊆ (O,E)} 
Result2.10 [11] 
Let (X, τ,E) be a Soft Topological Spaces over X and (F, E) and (G, E) be a soft sets over X. Then 
i. (F, E) is soft closed set if and only if (F,E) = Cl(F,E) 
ii. Cl((F, E) ∪ (G, E)) = Cl(F,E) ∪ Cl(G,E) 
iii. Cl(Cl(F, E)) = Cl(F, E). 
Definition 2.11[11] 
In a Soft Topological Spaces (X, τ, E), a soft set (F, E)over X is called 
i. a Soft Semi Open if (F, E) ⊆ Cl(Int(F, E)) and Soft Semi Closed if Int(Cl(F, E)) ⊆ (F, E). 
ii. a Soft Regular Open if (F, E) = Int(Cl(F, E)) and Soft Regular Closed if (F, E) = Cl(Int(F, E)). 
iii. a Soft Weakly Closed(briefly SWClosed) if Cl((F,E) ⊆ (U, E) whenever (F,E) ⊆ (U, E) and (U, E) is soft semi open in X. 
iv. a Soft Regular Semi Open if there exists a soft regular open set (U, E) such that (U, E) ⊆ (F, E) ⊆ Cl(U, E). 
Result 2.12[11] 
i. Every soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E) is soft semi open. 
ii. If (F, E) is soft regular semi open in (X, τ,E) then (X, E)\(F, E) is also soft regular semi open. 
Definition 2.13 [3] 
A subset A of a Topological Spaces (X, τ) is called 
i. A Semi Open if A ⊆ Cl(Int(A)) and Semi Closed if Int(Cl(A) ⊆ A. 
ii. a Regular Open if A = Int(Cl(A)) and Regular Closed if A = Cl(Int(A)). 
iii. a Regular Semi Open if there exists a regular open set U such that U ⊆ A ⊆ Cl(U). 
iv. a Weakly Closed (briefly WClosed) ifCl(A) ⊆ U whenever A ⊆ U and U is semi open in X. 
v. a Regular Weakly Closed(briefly RWClosed) if Cl(A) ⊆ U whenever A ⊆ U and U is regular semi open in (X, τ). 
SRWCLOSED SETS IN SOFT TOPOLOGICAL SPACES 
Definition 3.1 
Let (X, τ,E) be a Soft Topological Spaces. A soft set (F, E) is called Soft Regular Weakly Closed (briefly SRWClosed) ifCl(F, E) ⊆ (U,E) whenever (F, E) ⊆ (U, E) and (U,E) is soft regular semi open in(X, τ,E). 
Example 3.2 
Then (X, τ,E) is a Soft Topological Spaces. Define soft sets (G, E) and (H, E) over X such that 
Here both (G, E) and (H, E) are SRWClosed sets in(X, τ,E). 
Theorem 3.3 
Every soft closed set is a SRWClosed set but not conversely. 
Proof 
Let (F, E) be a soft closed set in (X, τ, E) and (U,E) be soft regular semi open set such that(F,E) ⊆ (U,E). Consider Cl(F, E) = (F, E) ⊆ (U, E). Therefore (F, E)is SRWClosed set. 
In Example3.2, (G,E) is a SRWClosed set but not soft closed set. 
Theorem 3.4 
Every SWClosed set is a SRWClosed set but not conversely. 
Proof 
The proof follows from the definitions and the fact that every soft regular semi open set is soft semi open set. In Example3.2, (G,E) is a SRWClosed set but not SWClosed set. 
Theorem 3.5 
If (F, E) and (G,E) are SRWClosed sets in(X, τ,E)then (F, E) ∪ (G, E)is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E). 
Proof 
Suppose (F, E) and (G,E) are SRWClosed sets in (X, τ,E). Then Cl(F,E) ⊆ (U,E) and Cl(G,E) ⊆ (U, E) where (F, E) ⊆ (U,E)and (G, E) ⊆ (U, E). 
Hence Cl(F,E) ∪ (G,E) = Cl(F, E) ∪ Cl(G, E) ⊆ (U,E). That is Cl(F, E) ∪ (G, E) ⊆ (U, E). Therefore (F, E) ∪ (G, E) is SRWClosed set in(X, τ,E). 
Remark 3.6 
Intersection of two SRW Closed sets need not be a SRWClosed set. 
In Example 3.2,(H, E) and (G,E) are SRWClosed sets in (X, τ,E). But (H, E) ∩ (G, E) is not SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E). 
Theorem 3.7 
If a soft set (F,E)is SRWClosed set in (X, τ, E) then the difference Cl(F, E)\(F,E) does not contain any nonempty soft regular semi open set in (X, τ, E). 
Proof 
We prove the result by contradiction. Let (U,E)be a nonempty soft regular semi open set such that Therefore (U,E) ⊆ (X,E)\(F,E) then (F, E) ⊆ (X, E)\(U,E). Since (U,E) is soft regular semi open set by result 2.12(ii) (X, E)\(U,E) is also soft regular semi open set in (X, τ, E). Since (F,E) is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E)andCl(F, E) ⊆ (X, E)\(U,E), so (U, E) ⊆ (X, E)\Cl(F, E). Also by (1)(U,E) ⊆ Cl(F,E). Therefore (U,E) ⊆ Cl(F, E) ∩(X, E)\Cl(F, E) = φ.This shows that (U,E) is empty, which is a contradiction. 
Hence Cl(F, E)\(F, E) does not contain any nonempty soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E). 
Corollary 3.8 
If (F, E) is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E) then Cl(F,E)\(F,E) does not contain any nonempty soft regular open set in (X, τ, E). 
Proof 
Follows from theorem (3.9) and the fact that every soft regular open set is soft regular semi open set. 
Corollary 3.9 
If (F, E) is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E) then Cl(F, E)\(F,E) does not contain any nonempty soft regular closed set in(X, τ,E). 
Proof 
Follows from theorem (3.9) and the fact that every soft regular open set is soft regular semi open set. 
Theorem 3.10 
If (F,E) is a SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E) such that (F, E) ⊆ (G, E) ⊆ Cl(F, E) then (G,E) is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E). 
Proof 
Let (F, E) be SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E) such that(F, E) ⊆ (G, E) ⊆ Cl(F, E). Let (U,E) be a soft regular semi open set of (X, τ,E) such that (G,E) ⊆ (U, E). Then (F,E) ⊆ (U, E).Since (F, E) is SRWClosed set,Cl(F, E) ⊆ (U,E).Now Cl(G, E) ⊆ Cl(Cl(F,E)) = Cl(F,E) ⊆ (U,E). That is Cl(G,E) ⊆ (U,E). Therefore (G,E) is SRWClosed set in(X, τ,E). 
Theorem 3.11 
Let (F,E) is SRWClosed set in (X, τ,E). Then (F,E) is soft closed set if and only if Cl(F, E)\(F,E) is soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E). 
Proof 
Suppose (F, E) is soft closed set in (X, τ,E). Then Cl(F,E) = (F,E)and Cl(F, E)\(F,E) = φ, which is a soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E). 
Conversely, suppose Cl(F,E)\(F,E) is soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E). Since(F, E) is SRWClosed set, by theorem (3.7), Cl(F,E)\(F,E) does not contain any nonempty soft regular semi open set in (X, τ,E). Then Cl(F,E)\(F,E) = φ. Hence (F, E) is soft closed set in(X, τ,E). 
CONCLUSION 
In the present work, a new class of sets called SRWClosed sets in Soft Topological Spaces is introduced and some of their properties are studied. This new class of sets widens the scope to do further research in the areas like Bitopological Spaces, Smooth topological Spaces and Fuzzy Soft Topological Spaces. 
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