Publication detail

Algebraic Spaces and Set Decompositions.

SMETANA, B. CHVALINA, J.

Original Title

Algebraic Spaces and Set Decompositions.

English Title

Algebraic Spaces and Set Decompositions.

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The contribution is growing up from certain parts of scientific work by professor Boruvka in several ways. Main focus is on the decomposition theory,˚ especially algebraized decompositions of groups. Professor Boruvka in his˚ excellent and well-known book [3] has developped the decomposition (partition) theory, where the fundamental role belongs to so called generating decompositions. Furthermore, the contribution is also devoted to hypergroups, to algebraic spaces called also quasi-automata or automata without outputs. There is attempt to develop more fresh view point on this topic.

English abstract

The contribution is growing up from certain parts of scientific work by professor Boruvka in several ways. Main focus is on the decomposition theory,˚ especially algebraized decompositions of groups. Professor Boruvka in his˚ excellent and well-known book [3] has developped the decomposition (partition) theory, where the fundamental role belongs to so called generating decompositions. Furthermore, the contribution is also devoted to hypergroups, to algebraic spaces called also quasi-automata or automata without outputs. There is attempt to develop more fresh view point on this topic.

Keywords

algebraic space; decomposition; join space;

Released

30.06.2018

Publisher

Accademia Piceno – Aprutina dei Velati (APAV)

Location

Pescara

ISBN

1592-7415

Periodical

Ratio Mathematica

Number

34

State

IT

Pages from

67

Pages to

76

Pages count

10

URL

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT148691,
  author="Bedřich {Smetana} and Jan {Chvalina}",
  title="Algebraic Spaces and Set Decompositions.",
  annote="The contribution is growing up from certain parts of scientific work by professor Boruvka in several ways. Main focus is on the decomposition theory,˚
especially algebraized decompositions of groups. Professor Boruvka in his˚
excellent and well-known book [3] has developped the decomposition (partition) theory, where the fundamental role belongs to so called generating decompositions. Furthermore, the contribution is also devoted to hypergroups,
to algebraic spaces called also quasi-automata or automata without outputs.
There is attempt to develop more fresh view point on this topic.",
  address="Accademia Piceno – Aprutina dei Velati (APAV)",
  chapter="148691",
  doi="10.23755/rm.v34i0.415",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Accademia Piceno – Aprutina dei Velati (APAV)",
  number="34",
  year="2018",
  month="june",
  pages="67--76",
  publisher="Accademia Piceno – Aprutina dei Velati (APAV)",
  type="journal article - other"
}