By George A Gratzer
During this current variation, the paintings has been considerably up-to-date and multiplied. It includes an in depth new bibliography of 530 goods and has been supplemented by means of 8 appendices authored by means of an excellent staff of specialists. the 1st appendix, written via the writer, in short experiences advancements in lattice idea, in particular, the foremost result of the final two decades and suggestions of the issues proposed within the first version. the opposite matters main issue distributive lattices and duality (Brian A. Davey and Hilary A. Priestley), non-stop geometries (Friedrich Wehrung), projective lattice geometries (Marcus Greferath and Stefan E. Schmidt), types (Peter Jipsen and Henry Rose), loose lattices (Ralph Freese), formal suggestion research (Bernhard Ganter and Rudolf Wille), and congruence lattices (Thomas Schmidt in collaboration with the author).
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General Lattice Theory (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Academic Press), Volume 75) by George A Gratzer