ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The function ring functors of pointfree topology revisited
This paper establishes two new connections between the familiar function ring functor ${\mathfrak R}$ on the category ${\bf CRFrm}$ of completely regular frames and the category {\bf CR}${\mathbf \sigma}${\bf Frm} of completely regular $\sigma$-frames as well as their counterparts for the analogous functor ${\mathfrak Z}$ on the category {\bf ODFrm} of 0-dimensional frames, given by the integer-valued functions, and for the related functors ${\mathfrak R}^*$ and ${\mathfrak Z}^*$ corresponding to the bounded functions. Further it is shown that some familiar facts concerning these functors are simple consequences of the present results.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_87117_d2e1481a97bb9235d4ea8ec563e32744.pdf
2019-07-01
19
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10.29252/cgasa.11.1.19
Completely regular frames
zero dimensional frames
completely regular $sigma$-frames
zero dimensional $sigma$-frames
real-valued continuous functions and integer-valued continuous functions on frames
Bernhard
Banaschewski
iscoe@math.mcmaster.ca
1
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1, Canada.
AUTHOR
[1] Ball, R.N. and Walters-Wayland, J.L., "C- and C-Quotients in Pointfree Topology", Diss. Math. 412, 2002.
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[2] Banaschewski, B., On the function ring functor in pointfree topology, Appl. Categ. Structures 13 (2005), 305-328.
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[3] Banaschewski, B., On the maps of pointfree topology which preserve the rings of integervalued continuous functions, Appl. Categ. Structures 26 (2018), 477-489.
3
[4] Picado, J. and Pultr, A., "Frames and Locales", Birkhäuser, Springer Basel AG, 2012.
4
ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
On semi weak factorization structures
In this article the notions of semi weak orthogonality and semi weak factorization structure in a category $\mathcal X$ are introduced. Then the relationship between semi weak factorization structures and quasi right (left) and weak factorization structures is given. The main result is a characterization of semi weak orthogonality, factorization of morphisms, and semi weak factorization structures by natural isomorphisms.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_76603_4b608595da687086c978149f3a596b28.pdf
2019-07-01
33
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10.29252/cgasa.11.1.33
Quasi right (left) factorization structure
(semi weak) orthogonality
(semi weak)
factorization structure
Azadeh
Ilaghi-Hosseini
a.ilaghi@math.uk.ac.ir
1
Department of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Math and Computer, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman
AUTHOR
Seyed Shahin
Mousavi Mirkalai
smousavi@uk.ac.ir
2
Department of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
AUTHOR
Naser
Hosseini
nhoseini@uk.ac.ir
3
Department of Pure Mathematics, Faculty of Math and Computers, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Adamek, J., Herrlich, H., Rosicky, J., and Tholen, W., Weak Factorization Systems and Topological functors, Appl. Categ. Structures 10 (2002), 237-249.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
A convex combinatorial property of compact sets in the plane and its roots in lattice theory
K. Adaricheva and M. Bolat have recently proved that if $\,\mathcal U_0$ and $\,\mathcal U_1$ are circles in a triangle with vertices $A_0,A_1,A_2$, then there exist $j\in \{0,1,2\}$ and $k\in\{0,1\}$ such that $\,\mathcal U_{1-k}$ is included in the convex hull of $\,\mathcal U_k\cup(\{A_0,A_1, A_2\}\setminus\{A_j\})$. One could say disks instead of circles.Here we prove the existence of such a $j$ and $k$ for the more general case where $\,\mathcal U_0$ and $\,\mathcal U_1$ are compact sets in the plane such that $\,\mathcal U_1$ is obtained from $\,\mathcal U_0$ by a positive homothety or by a translation. Also, we give a short survey to show how lattice theoretical antecedents, including a series of papers on planar semimodular lattices by G. Grätzer and E. Knapp, lead to our result.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_82639_995ede57b706f33c6488407d8fdd492d.pdf
2019-07-01
57
92
10.29252/cgasa.11.1.57
Congruence lattice
planar semimodular lattice
convex hull
compact set
linebreak circle
combinatorial geometry
abstract convex geometry
anti-exchange property
Gábor
Czédli
czedli@math.u-szeged.hu
1
Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged, Szeged, Aradi vértanúk tere 1, H6720 Hungary
AUTHOR
Árpád
Kurusa
kurusa@math.u-szeged.hu
2
Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged, Szeged, Aradi vértanúk tere 1, Hungary H6720
AUTHOR
[1] Adaricheva, K., Representing finite convex geometries by relatively convex sets, European J. Combin. 37 (2014), 68-78.
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[3] Adaricheva, K. and Czédli, G., Note on the description of join-distributive lattices by permutations, Algebra Universalis 72(2) (2014), 155-162.
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[4] Adaricheva, K.V., Gorbunov, V.A., and Tumanov, V.I., Join semidistributive lattices and convex geometries, Adv. Math. 173(1) (2003), 1-49.
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[5] Adaricheva, K. and Nation, J.B., Convex geometries, in "Lattice Theory: Special Topics and Applications" 2, G. Grätzer and F. Wehrung, eds., Birkhäuser, 2015.
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[8] Czédli, G., The matrix of a slim semimodular lattice, Order 29(1) (2012), 85-103.
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[9] Czédli, G., Representing homomorphisms of distributive lattices as restrictions of congruences of rectangular lattices, Algebra Universalis 67(4) (2012), 313-345.
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[10] Czédli, G., Coordinatization of join-distributive lattices, Algebra Universalis 71(4) (2014), 385-404.
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[12] Czédli, G., Patch extensions and trajectory colorings of slim rectangular lattices, Algebra Universalis 72(2) (2014), 125-154.
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[14] Czédli, G., Characterizing circles by a convex combinatorial property, Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged) 83(3-4) (2017), 683-701.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The categories of lattice-valued maps, equalities, free objects, and $\mathcal C$-reticulation
In this paper, we study the concept of $\mathcal C$-reticulation for the category $\mathcal C$ whose objects are lattice-valued maps. The relation between the free objects in $\mathcal C$ and the $\mathcal C$-reticulation of rings and modules is discussed. Also, a method to construct $\mathcal C$-reticulation is presented, in the case where $\mathcal C$ is equational. Some relations between the concepts reticulation and satisfying equalities and inequalities are studied.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_87118_fdc1919782d40300997d11b44b33109b.pdf
2019-07-01
93
112
10.29252/cgasa.11.1.93
Free object
$ell$-ring
$ell$-module
frame
cozero map
semi-cozero map
the $F$-Zariski topology
$mathcal C$-reticulation
lattice-valued map
Abolghasem
Karimi Feizabadi
akarimi@gorganiau.ac.ir
1
Department of Mathematics, Gorgan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Gorgan, Iran.
AUTHOR
[1] Banaschewski, B., Pointfree topology and the spectra of f-rings, Ordered algebraic structures (Curacoa, 1995), Kluwer Acad. Publ. (1997), 123-148.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Another proof of Banaschewski's surjection theorem
We present a new proof of Banaschewski's theorem stating that the completion lift of a uniform surjection is a surjection. The new procedure allows to extend the fact (and, similarly, the related theorem on closed uniform sublocales of complete uniform frames) to quasi-uniformities ("not necessarily symmetric uniformities"). Further, we show how a (regular) Cauchy point on a closed uniform sublocale can be extended to a (regular) Cauchy point on the larger (quasi-)uniform frame.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_76726_f134d7becf0d86ec81e2ee5972440080.pdf
2019-07-01
113
130
10.29252/cgasa.11.1.113
Frame (locale)
sublocale
uniform frame
quasi-uniform frame
uniform embedding
complete uniform frame
completion
Cauchy map
Cauchy filter
Cauchy complete
Dharmanand
Baboolal
baboolald@ukzn.ac.za
1
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban 4000, South Africa.
AUTHOR
Jorge
Picado
picado@mat.uc.pt
2
Department of Mathematics University of Coimbra PORTUGAL
AUTHOR
Ales
Pultr
pultr@kam.mff.cuni.cz
3
Department of Applied Mathematics and ITI, MFF, Charles University, Malostranske nam. 24, 11800 Praha 1, Czech Republic
AUTHOR
[1] Banaschewski, B., Uniform completion in pointfree topology, In: Rodabaugh S.E., Klement E.P. (eds) Topological and Algebraic Structures in Fuzzy Sets, 19-56. Trends Log. Stud. Log. Libr. 20, Springer, 2003.
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[2] Banaschewski, B., Hong, S.S., and Pultr, A., On the completion of nearness frames, Quaest. Math. 21 (1998), 19-37.
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12
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Intersection graphs associated with semigroup acts
< p>The intersection graph $\\mathbb{Int}(A)$ of an $S$-act $A$ over a semigroup $S$ is an undirected simple graph whose vertices are non-trivial subacts of $A$, and two distinct vertices are adjacent if and only if they have a non-empty intersection. In this paper, we study some graph-theoretic properties of $\\mathbb{Int}(A)$ in connection to some algebraic properties of $A$. It is proved that the finiteness of each of the clique number, the chromatic number, and the degree of some or all vertices in $\\mathbb{Int}(A)$ is equivalent to the finiteness of the number of subacts of $A$. Finally, we determine the clique number of the graphs of certain classes of $S$-acts.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_76602_f65aa5a84b61acf36853ad0f3af7d2f7.pdf
2019-07-01
131
148
10.29252/cgasa.11.1.131
$S$-act
intersection graph
Chromatic number
Clique number
weakly perfect graph
Abdolhossein
Delfan
a.delfan@khoiau.ac.ir
1
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran,
AUTHOR
Hamid
Rasouli
hrasouli@srbiau.ac.ir
2
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Abolfazl
Tehranian
tehranian@srbiau.ac.ir
3
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Afkhami, M. and Khashyarmanesh, K., The intersection graph of ideals of a lattice, Note Mat. 34(2) (2014), 135-143.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Completeness results for metrized rings and lattices
The Boolean ring $B$ of measurable subsets of the unit interval, modulo sets of measure zero, has proper radical ideals (for example, $\{0\})$ that are closed under the natural metric, but has no prime ideal closed under that metric; hence closed radical ideals are not, in general, intersections of closed prime ideals. Moreover, $B$ is known to be complete in its metric. Together, these facts answer a question posed by J. Gleason. From this example, rings of arbitrary characteristic with the same properties are obtained. The result that $B$ is complete in its metric is generalized to show that if $L$ is a lattice given with a metric satisfying identically either the inequality $d(x\vee y,\,x\vee z)\leq d(y,z)$ or the inequality $d(x\wedge y,x\wedge z)\leq d(y,z),$ and if in $L$ every increasing Cauchy sequence converges and every decreasing Cauchy sequence converges, then every Cauchy sequence in $L$ converges; that is, $L$ is complete as a metric space. We show by example that if the above inequalities are replaced by the weaker conditions $d(x,\,x\vee y)\leq d(x,y),$ respectively $d(x,\,x\wedge y)\leq d(x,y),$ the completeness conclusion can fail. We end with two open questions.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_82638_41c589d665953b3ab2260903c95697c4.pdf
2019-07-01
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10.29252/cgasa.11.1.149
Complete topological ring without closed prime ideals
measurable sets modulo sets of measure zero
lattice complete under a metric
George
Bergman
gbergman@math.berkeley.edu
1
University of California, Berkeley
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
(r,t)-injectivity in the category $S$-Act
In this paper, we show that injectivity with respect to the class $\mathcal{D}$ of dense monomorphisms of an idempotent and weakly hereditary closure operator of an arbitrary category well-behaves. Indeed, if $\mathcal{M}$ is a subclass of monomorphisms, $\mathcal{M}\cap \mathcal{D}$-injectivity well-behaves. We also introduce the notion of $(r,t)$-injectivity in the category {\bf S-Act}, where $r$ and $t$ are Hoehnke radicals, and discuss whether this kind of injectivity well-behaves.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_76601_35b108e0967457882abe5232f68aa727.pdf
2019-07-01
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10.29252/cgasa.11.1.169
Injectivity
$S$-act
Hoehnke radical
Mahdieh
Haddadi
m.haddadi@semnan.ac.ir
1
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Seyed Mojtaba
Naser Sheykholislami
s.m.naser@semnan.ac.ir
2
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran.
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Frankl's Conjecture for a subclass of semimodular lattices
In this paper, we prove Frankl's Conjecture for an upper semimodular lattice $L$ such that $|J(L)\setminus A(L)| \leq 3$, where $J(L)$ and $A(L)$ are the set of join-irreducible elements and the set of atoms respectively. It is known that the class of planar lattices is contained in the class of dismantlable lattices and the class of dismantlable lattices is contained in the class of lattices having breadth at most two. We provide a very short proof of the Conjecture for the class of lattices having breadth at most two. This generalizes the results of Joshi, Waphare and Kavishwar as well as Czédli and Schmidt.
https://cgasa.sbu.ac.ir/article_85730_335445da865e1a5e147830cee5b78a6e.pdf
2019-07-01
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10.29252/cgasa.11.1.197
Union-Closed Sets Conjecture
Frankl's Conjecture
semimodular lattice
adjunct operation
Vinayak
Joshi
vinayakjoshi111@yahoo.com
1
Department of Mathematics, Savitribai Phule Pune University (Formerly, University of Pune) Ganeshkhind Road, Pune - 411007
AUTHOR
Baloo
Waphare
waphare@yahoo.com
2
Department of Mathematics, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune-411007, India.
AUTHOR
[1] Abdollahi, A., Woodroofe, R., and Zaimi, G., Frankl’s Conjecture for subgroup lattices, Electron. J. Combin. 24(3) (2017), P3.25.
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