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### Formalization of Generalized Almost Distributive Lattices

Formalized Mathematics

Almost Distributive Lattices (ADL) are structures defined by Swamy and Rao [14] as a common abstraction of some generalizations of the Boolean algebra. In our paper, we deal with a certain further generalization of ADLs, namely the Generalized Almost Distributive Lattices (GADL). Our main aim was to give the formal counterpart of this structure and we succeeded formalizing all items from the Section 3 of Rao et al.’s paper [13]. Essentially among GADLs we can find structures which are neither V-commutative...

### Independent axiom systems for nearlattices

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

A nearlattice is a join semilattice such that every principal filter is a lattice with respect to the induced order. Hickman and later Chajda et al independently showed that nearlattices can be treated as varieties of algebras with a ternary operation satisfying certain axioms. Our main result is that the variety of nearlattices is $2$-based, and we exhibit an explicit system of two independent identities. We also show that the original axiom systems of Hickman as well as that of Chajda et al are...

### Normalization of basic algebras

Discussiones Mathematicae - General Algebra and Applications

We consider algebras determined by all normal identities of basic algebras. For such algebras, we present a representation based on a q-lattice, i.e., the normalization of a lattice.

### On ideals of a skew lattice

Discussiones Mathematicae - General Algebra and Applications

Ideals are one of the main topics of interest when it comes to the study of the order structure of an algebra. Due to their nice properties, ideals have an important role both in lattice theory and semigroup theory. Two natural concepts of ideal can be derived, respectively, from the two concepts of order that arise in the context of skew lattices. The correspondence between the ideals of a skew lattice, derived from the preorder, and the ideals of its respective lattice image is clear. Though,...

### On JP-semilattices of Begum and Noor

Mathematica Bohemica

In recent papers, S. N. Begum and A. S. A. Noor have studied join partial semilattices (JP-semilattices) defined as meet semilattices with an additional partial operation (join) satisfying certain axioms. We show why their axiom system is too weak to be a satisfactory basis for the authors' constructions and proofs, and suggest an additional axiom for these algebras. We also briefly compare axioms of JP-semilattices with those of nearlattices, another kind of meet semilattices with a partial join...

### Varieties of Distributive Rotational Lattices

Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Facultas Rerum Naturalium. Mathematica

A rotational lattice is a structure $〈L;\vee ,\wedge ,g〉$ where $L=〈L;\vee ,\wedge 〉$ is a lattice and $g$ is a lattice automorphism of finite order. We describe the subdirectly irreducible distributive rotational lattices. Using Jónsson’s lemma, this leads to a description of all varieties of distributive rotational lattices.

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