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By A.G. Pinus

During the previous few a long time the tips, equipment, and result of the idea of Boolean algebras have performed an expanding function in quite a few branches of arithmetic and cybernetics.
This monograph is dedicated to the basics of the idea of Boolean buildings in common algebra. additionally thought of are the issues of proposing diversified kinds of common algebra with those structures, and functions for investigating the spectra and skeletons of sorts of common algebras.
For researchers whose paintings comprises common algebra and common sense.

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Z that IJJ il= A, and for any i < X, JJ i is 1JI-unembeddable into JJ i . 8. ,) -superwide class, then class, where X' = min{2'X,2 A}. 16. t~ is a (A,;")- A, then Rt~ is (2 A ,;,,+)-superwide. 8 give rise to the following corollary. 6. For any regular uncountable A, the class R t~ is (2\;")- wide. n. The constructed t~ -models will be now used for constructing rigid Boolean algebras and families of Boolean algebras which are not mutually interrelated with relations of embedding and epimorphism.

C) If the algebra 1/ is a direct (subdirect) product of certain algebras 1/ j . then any algebra polynomially equivalent to the algebra 1/ can be represented as a direct (subdirect) product of the algebras which are polynomially equivalent to the algebras 1/j. 55 CHAPTER 1 The algebra JI is called congruence-regular if for any a,f3 EConJl, a coincidence of any classes of congruence over both a and f3 yields the equality a = f3. A variety is congruence-regular if its all algebras are congruence-regular.

A n, b1, ... ,f(an ) > ... < f(b 1), ... ,f(bn) > (modM(Jl» that < al ~'" an > and < q, ... ,b n > implement the same quantifierless type in the model C. ::, then the model C cannot be 'IjJunembeddable into Jl . 9. B Eo! B is also representable in M( Jl '). 24. :: for a certain cardinal A. Bjl ..... B j . Let us denote by R a sequence « Jl j. Bj(i

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