By Roberto L. O. Cignoli, Itala M. L. D’Ottaviano, Daniele Mundici

ISBN-10: 9048153360

ISBN-13: 9789048153367

ISBN-10: 9401594805

ISBN-13: 9789401594806

**`**Meanwhile, a wealthy constitution concept for MV-algebras has been built, concerning them e.g. to *l*-groups and to nonstandard reals. the current publication develops those concerns intimately, and provides a coherent presentation of the center result of the final 15 years or so, additionally including unpublished fabric of the authors. For destiny paintings on MV-algebras, this monograph should be an imperative source.**'****Mathematical studies, 2001**

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22) o ~p h l , ... , h n ~p h o, 0 ~p h t o=f. h t = fT(h l , ... , h n , h o). ~p h o, Let w be apermutation of {O, ... 23) hw(o) ~p hw(1) Our aim is to replace ~p ... ~p hw(t). by another total order ~P' over zr in such a way that the above inequalities still hold with respect to ~P" ~p 46 CHAPTER 2. CHANG COMPLETENESS THEOREM and (zr, $;p') is isomorphie to a subgroup of the additive group R with the natural order. For each j = 1, ... , t, let the vector d j E P be defined by = hw(j) dj - hw(j-I) = (djll dj2 , ...

Of course, the graphs of the two extrem al hats only consist of two segments. For each n = 0,1,2, ... , we shall denote by Schaudern =def (h l , ... ,hu ) the naturally ordered sequence of all Schauder hats of FareYn, where u = 2n + 1. We naturally say that hj and h j +1 are contiguous.

We also have Q n [0,1] = r(Q, 1). Further, for each integer n 2: 2, 1 1 z Ln = r(Z n _ 1,1), where Z n _ 1 = {n _ 1 I Z E Z}. In particular, the boolean algebra {O, 1} = L 2 is the same as r(Z, 1). When dealing with elements X E r(G,u), the notation nx may ambiguously represent both X + ... + X (n times), and X ED ... ED X (n times). x =def "-----v---" X ED··· ED X = u A (x n times + ... + x), = n ti~es u A nx. 34 CHAPTER 2. CHANG COMPLETENESS THEOREM Let G be an f-group and 0< u E G. Let S = {x E GI for so me O:S: n E Z, lxi :s: nu}.

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