On the non-existence of free complete Boolean algebras

A. Hales

Fundamenta Mathematicae (1964)

  • Volume: 54, Issue: 1, page 45-66
  • ISSN: 0016-2736

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Hales, A.. "On the non-existence of free complete Boolean algebras." Fundamenta Mathematicae 54.1 (1964): 45-66. <http://eudml.org/doc/213773>.

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  2. Mária Jakubíková, The nonexistence of free complete vector lattices
  3. Mária Jakubíková, Über die B -Potenz einer teilweise geordneten Gruppe
  4. Ján Jakubík, On completions of linearly ordered groups
  5. Mária Jakubíková, Completions of lattice ordered groups
  6. Horst Herrlich, On the failure of Birkhoff's theorem for locally small based equational categories of algebras
  7. Ján Jakubík, Complete generators and maximal completions of M V -algebras
  8. Mária Jakubíková, On complete lattice ordered groups with two generators. I.
  9. Jan Reiterman, On locally small based algebraic theories
  10. Mária Jakubíková, On complete lattice ordered groups with two generators. II.

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