Let A and B be two linear algebras. A linear map \u03d5 : A → B is called an n-homomorphism if \u03d5(a1...an) = \u03d5(a1)...\u03d5(an) for all a1, ..., an ∈ A. In this note we have a verification on the behavior of almost n-multiplicative linear maps with n > 2 in the fuzzy normed spaces<\/p>\r\n", "references": null, "publisher": "World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology", "index": "International Science Index 56, 2011" }