Boolean inverse monoids and $MV$-algebras

Boolean inverse monoids and $MV$-algebras are both supposed to be generalizations of Boolean algebras. Boolean inverse monoids are non-commutative, whereas $MV$-algebras are commutative but, in general, non-idempotent. In this talk, I shall explain that $MV$-algebras are really subservient to Boolean inverse monoids. This is joint work with Phil Scott.

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Online Zoom meeting
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Speaker

Mark Lawson

Speaker's Institution

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland

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Semigroups, Automata and Languages

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