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Equivalential algebras with conjunction on the regular elements

Published Online: 10 Aug 2021
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Received: 19 Mar 2021
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Abstract

We introduce the definition of the three-element equivalential algebra R with conjunction on the regular elements. We study the variety generated by R and prove the Representation Theorem. Then, we construct the finitely generated free algebras and compute the free spectra in this variety.

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