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WEAK FORMS OF SUBTRACTION ALGEBRAS

Lee, Kyoung-Ja;Jun, Young-Bae;Kim, Young-Hee

  • Published : 2008.08.31

Abstract

As a weak form of a subtraction algebra, the notion of weak subtraction algebras is introduced, and its examples are given. A method to make a weak subtraction algebra from a quasi-ordered set is provided.

Keywords

weak subtraction algebra;induced quasi-ordering

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