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Hyperidentities and clones

by Klaus Denecke

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Published by Gordon and Breach Science Publishers in Australia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Varieties (Universal algebra),
  • Clones (Algebra),
  • Algebraic varieties.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-307) and index.

    StatementKlaus Denecke and Shelly L. Wismath.
    SeriesAlgebra, logic, and applications ;, v. 14
    ContributionsWismath, Shelly L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA251 .D37 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 314 p. :
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3618610M
    ISBN 10905699235X
    LC Control Number2002391689

      Gałuszka, Jan Algebraic Structure of TCI-Groupoids: Classes, Clones, Constructions. Algebra Colloquium, Vol. 17, Issue. spec01, p. CrossRef; Google Scholar.   Hillary Clinton Is Actually Dead and Has Been Cloned One of the stranger claims about the Democratic candidate for president is that she was .

    G. Ayik, H. Ayik, Y. Ünlü and J.M. Howie, The structure of elements in finite full transformation semigroups, Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society 71(1. Gloria Skurzynski is the author of more than fifty books for children and young adults, including Virtual War, The Clones, and The books have won numerous awards, among them the Christopher Award, the Spur Award from the Western Writers of America, the Golden Kite Award, and the Science Book Award from the American Institute of Physics.

    M-Hyperidentities and M-solid Varieties M-Hyperidentities The Closure Operators M-Solid Varieties and their Characterization Subvariety Lattices and Monoids of Hypersubstitutions Derivation of M-Hyperidentities. Chapter 4 Hyperidentities and Clone Identities Menger Algebras of Rank n The Clone of a Variety. Chapter 5. Abstract In this paper, we study weakly idempotent lattices with an additional interlaced operation. We characterize interlacity of a weakly idempotent semilattice operation, using the concept of hyperidentity and prove that a weakly idempotent bilattice with an interlaced operation is epimorphic to the superproduct with negation of two equal lattices.


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Contents: Algebras --Compatible relations of an algebra --Lattices --Varieties --Hyperidentities and Hypervarieties --Hypersubstitutions and hyperidentities --Hyperequational classes --Hyperequational logic --Hypervarieties --The clone of a variety --Hypervarieties of type [tau] --The.

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PUBLICATIONS LIST FOR PROFESSOR SHELLY WISMATH BOOKS PUBLISHED: K. Dencke and S. Wismath, Hyperidentities and Clones, Gordon and Breach Scientific Publishers, K.

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Hyperidentities and Clones 1st Edition. Klaus Denecke, S L Wismath Aug Theories and results on hyperidentities have been published in various areas of the literature over the last 18 years.

Hyperidentities and Clones integrates these into a coherent framework for the first time. 3 M-Hyperidentities and M-solid Varieties 49 M-Hyperidentities.

49 The Closure role in this book and was defined first in [56]. Like ordinary substi- tutions, hypersubstitutions can be composed and together with an The clone of a variety V is a multi-based algebra.

Denecke, K. / Wismath, S. Hyperidentities and Clones K. Denecke, Universitat Potsdam, Germany and S.L. Wismath, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada The theory of hyperidentities generalises the equational theory of universal algebras and is applicable in several fields of science, especially in computer sciences.

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