The maximal semilattice decomposition of a semigroup.

Mario Petrich.

Mathematische Zeitschrift (1964)

  • Volume: 85, page 68-82
  • ISSN: 0025-5874; 1432-1823

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Petrich., Mario. "The maximal semilattice decomposition of a semigroup.." Mathematische Zeitschrift 85 (1964): 68-82. <http://eudml.org/doc/170286>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  2. Ján Jakubík, On filters of ordered semigroups
  3. Hugo D'Alarcao, Biregular semigroups. II
  4. Mario Petrich, Semigroups certain of whose subsemigroups have identities
  5. James T. Sedlock, Green's relations on a periodic semigroup
  6. Attila Nagy, The least separative congruence on a weakly commutative semigroup
  7. Donald W. Miller, Some aspects of Green's relations on periodic semigroups
  8. Robert Šulka, The Maximal Semilattice Decomposition of a Semigroup
  9. Robert Šulka, The Maximal Semilattice Decomposition of a Semigroup, Radicals and Nilpotency
  10. Bedřich Pondělíček, On weakly commutative semigroups

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