By H. Draskovicova, T. S. Fofanova, V. I. Igoshin, T. Katrinak
This critical reference resource encompasses a wealth of details on lattice concept. The e-book offers a survey of almost every little thing released within the fields of in part ordered units, semilattices, lattices, and Boolean algebras that was once reviewed in ReferativnyíZhurnal Matematika from mid-1982 to the top of 1985. A continuation of a prior quantity (the English translation of which was once released via the AMS in 1989, as quantity 141 in Translations---Series 2), this entire paintings comprises greater than 2200 references. lots of the papers coated right here have been initially released in almost inaccessible locations. The compilation of the quantity was once directed by way of Milan Kolibiar of Comenius collage at Bratislava and Lev A. Skornyakov of Moscow collage. Of curiosity to mathematicians, in addition to to philosophers and laptop scientists in yes components, this precise compendium is a needs to for any mathematical library.
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Ordered Sets and Lattices II by H. Draskovicova, T. S. Fofanova, V. I. Igoshin, T. Katrinak