By Szilagyi S.

We current a characterization of the maximal suitable extensions of a given suitable partial order ≤ r on a unary algebra (A,f ). those extensions should be built through the use of the appropriate linear extensions of ≤ r*, the place (A*,f*) is the so referred to as shriveled quotient algebra of (A,f) and the suitable partial order ≤ r* on (A*,f*) is of course caused through ≤ r. utilizing this characterization, we make sure the intersection of the maximal suitable extensions of ≤ r.

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