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LOCALLY-ZERO GROUPOIDS AND THE CENTER OF BIN(X)
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LOCALLY-ZERO GROUPOIDS AND THE CENTER OF BIN(X)
Fayoumi, Hiba F.;
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 Abstract
In this paper we introduce the notion of the center ZBin(X) in the semigroup Bin(X) of all binary systems on a set X, and show that if (X,) ZBin(X), then x y implies {x,y}
 Keywords
center;locally-zero;Bin(X);
 Language
English
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