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Free right h-Adequate semigroups

  • John Fountain
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 1320)

Abstract

Right adequate semigroups can be regarded as semigroups with a unary operation. Taking this view, we give a description of the free objects in a class of right adequate semigroups. By making use of the normal form representation of the elements we derive a number of properties enjoyed by these free objects.

Keywords

Normal Form Inverse Semigroup Free Product Regular Semigroup Principal Ideal 
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