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Semigroups with a system of subsemigroups

Stojan BogdanovicМЃ

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Published
**1985**
by University of Novi Sad, Institute of Mathematics in Novi Sad
.

Written in English

- Semigroups.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographies and index.

Other titles | Subsemigroups. |

Statement | Stojan Bogdanović. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA171 .B646 1985 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 196 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 196 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2335697M |

LC Control Number | 86225600 |

Commutative of factoriza semigroups provide a natural setting and a useful tool for the study tion in rings. Additive subsemigroups of N and Nn have close ties to algebraic geometry. Commutative rings are constructed from commutative semigroups as semigroup algebras or power series s: 1. Multivariate cryptography contains studies of cryptographic applications of subsemigroups and subgroups of affine Cremona semigroups defined over finite commutative ring K. We consider special semigroups of transformations of the variety (K*)n, K=F q or .

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: 1 online resource (xi, pages) Contents: A. Semigroups with Certain Types of Subsemigroup Lattices --I. Preliminaries oups with Modular or Semimodular Subsemigroup Lattices oups with Complementable Subsemigroups ness Conditions --V. Inverse Semigroups with . The aim of this paper is to investigate the lattices of group fuzzy congruences and normal fuzzy subsemigroups on E-inversive prove that group fuzzy congruences and normal fuzzy subsemigroups determined each other in E-inversive er, we show that the set of group t-fuzzy congruences and the set of normal subsemigroups with tip t in a given E-inversive .

Abstract. The aim of this paper is to investigate the lattices of group fuzzy congruences and normal fuzzy subsemigroups on -inversive prove that group fuzzy congruences and normal fuzzy subsemigroups determined each other in -inversive er, we show that the set of group -fuzzy congruences and the set of normal subsemigroups with tip in a given -inversive. Semigroups This chapter introduces, in Section 1, the rst basic concept of our theory {semigroups { and gives a few examples. In Section 2, we de ne the most important basic algebraic notions on semigroups { subsemigroups, idempotent elements, and homomorphisms resp. isomorphisms { and state some simple properties.

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This book is concerned with the structure of linear semigroups, that is, subsemigroups of the multiplicative semigroup Mn(K) of n × n matrices over a field K (or, more generally, skew linear semigroups -- if K is allowed to be a division ring) and its applications to certain problems on associative algebras, semigroups and linear by: In mathematics, and more precisely in semigroup theory, a variety of finite semigroups is a class of semigroups having some nice algebraic properties.

Those classes can be defined in two distinct ways, using either algebraic notions or topological notions. Varieties of finite monoids, varieties of finite ordered semigroups and varieties of finite ordered monoids are defined similarly. Specifically, if the group G in question and the subsemigroup S are both affine algebraic varieties the S is in fact a subgroup.

This fact is well known in the theory of algebraic semigroups and a consequence of a theorem on subsemigroups of algebraic Lie groups published by C. Chevalley in the second volume of his book on Lie groups in [2]. Abstract. As we mentioned in the Preface, one can treat inverse semigroups as unary semi-groups, i.e.

as algebraic systems with two operations: the binary operation of multiplication and the unary operation of taking the inverse element.

Abstract. In this expository paper, we use a naive approach to the structure of inverse semigroups to motivate the introduction of P-semigroups and E-unitary inverse semigroups.A proof of the so-called P-theorem, due to W.D.

Munn, is used to simplify some existing results on inverse subsemigroups of, and congruences on, E-unitary inverse semigroups. This journal serves as a platform for the speedy and efficient transmission of information on current research in semigroup theory.

Coverage in the journal includes: algebraic semigroups, topological semigroups, partially ordered semigroups, semigroups of measures and harmonic analysis on semigroups, transformation semigroups, semigroups of operators, and applications of.On finite complete rewriting systems and large subsemigroups, J.

Algebra (), – Recommend this journal Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection. It covers the following topics on the examples of the three classical finite transformation semigroups: transformations and semigroups, ideals and Green's relations, subsemigroups, congruences, endomorphisms, nilpotent subsemigroups, presentations, actions on sets, linear representations, cross-sections and variants.

The book contains many. One part relates to computing the maximal subsemigroups of a special class of semigroups, known as Rees 0-matrix semigroups. The other part involves a careful analysis of certain graphs associated to the semigroup S, which, roughly speaking, capture the essential information about the action of S on its J.

We develop a general approach to the study of maximal nilpotent subsemigroups of finite semigroups. This approach can be used to recover many known classifications of maximal nilpotent. Gathers and unifies the results of the theory of noncommutative semigroup rings, primarily drawing on the literature of the last 10 years, and including several.

This book is concerned with the structure of linear semigroups, that is, subsemigroups of the multiplicative semigroup M n (K) of n × n matrices over a field K (or, more generally, skew linear semigroups — if K is allowed to be a division ring) and its applications to certain problems on associative algebras, semigroups and linear.

Subsemigroups of finite-dimensional Lie groups that are generated by one-parameter semigroups are the subject of this book. It covers basic Lie theory for such semigroups and some closely related topics.

These include ordered homogeneous manifolds, where the order is defined by a field of cones, invariant cones in Lie algebras and associated Ol. Definition. A semigroup is a set S together with a binary operation " \cdot" (that is, a function \cdot:S\times S\rightarrow S) that satisfies the associative property.

For all a,b,c\in S, the equation (a\cdot b)\cdot c = a\cdot(b\cdot c) holds. More succinctly, a semigroup is an associative magma. Examples of semigroups. Empty semigroup: the empty set forms a semigroup with the empty. It covers the following topics on the examples of the three classical finite transformation semigroups: transformations and semigroups, ideals and Green\'s relations, subsemigroups, congruences, endomorphisms, nilpotent subsemigroups, presentations, actions on sets, linear representations, cross-sections and variants.

Structure and ideal theory of duo Γ-semigroups Γ-semigroups 37 EXAMPLE Let S be the set of all integers of the form 4n+1 where n is an integer and Γ denote the set of all integers of the form 4n+ aγb is a+γ+b, for all a, b ∈ S and γ ∈ Γ, then S is a Γ-semigroup. Read more Reviews & endorsements ' Applebaum has written a book that provides substantial depth and rigor, with a plethora of references.

A notable feature of the text that increases its appeal is the author's inclusion of applications of the theory of semigroups to partial differential equations, dynamical systems, physics, and probability. We give a description of f.o. idempotent semigroups and of various other classes of f.o.

semigroups, and we examine the structure of convex subsemigroups of f.o. semigroups. We draw parallels with other areas in the theory of f.o.

algebraic systems. Twenty-two problems are incorporated into the text. We study the type and the almost symmetric condition for good subsemigoups of \({\mathbb {N}}^2\), a class of semigroups containing the value semigroups of curve singularities with two branches.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Semigroups package is a GAP package containing methods for semigroups, monoids, and inverse semi-groups, principally of transformations, partial permutations, bipartitions, subsemigroups of regular Rees 0-matrix semigroups, and the free inverse semigroup.subsemigroups definition: Noun 1.

plural form of subsemigroup.