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ON SIMPLE LEFT, RIGHT AND TWO-SIDED IDEALS OF AN ORDERED SEMIGROUP HAVING A KERNEL
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ON SIMPLE LEFT, RIGHT AND TWO-SIDED IDEALS OF AN ORDERED SEMIGROUP HAVING A KERNEL
Changphas, Thawhat;
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 Abstract
The intersection of all two-sided ideals of an ordered semigroup, if it is non-empty, is called the kernel of the ordered semigroup. A left ideal L of an ordered semigroup () having a kernel I is said to be simple if I is properly contained in L and for any left ideal L` of (), I is properly contained in L` and L` is contained in L imply L`
 Keywords
semigroup;simple ordered semigroup;kernel;simple ideal;ideal;annihilator;radical;I-potent;
 Language
English
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