Algebras Whose Congruence Lattices are Distributive.

Bjarni Jonnson

Mathematica Scandinavica (1967)

  • Volume: 21, page 110-121
  • ISSN: 0025-5521; 1903-1807/e

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Jonnson, Bjarni. "Algebras Whose Congruence Lattices are Distributive.." Mathematica Scandinavica 21 (1967): 110-121. <>.

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