algebraic structure

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algebraic structure

(mathematics)
Any formal mathematical system consisting of a set of objects and operations on those objects. Examples are Boolean algebra, numerical algebra, set algebra and matrix algebra.

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3] Florentin Smarandache, Special algebraic structures, University of Maxico, Craiova, 1973.
They write for mathematicians, physicists, and computer scientists interested in theoretical relationships between graph theory, algebraic structures, and physics.
The notion of a combinatorial Hopf algebra is a heuristic one, referring to rich algebraic structures arising naturally on the linear spans of various families of combinatorial objects.
Since the structure is non-assosiative, but it has close relations with other algebraic structures like semigroup and commutative structures.
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Kandasamy (mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras), and her colleagues introduce special set linear algebra and special set fuzzy algebra as new algebraic structures that are useful in computer engineering, fuzzy models, cryptology, and related applications.
We are applying algebraic structures to data index sets and in this way finding patterns that were not easily detectable before," he added.
Larson's project for both the Siemens and Intel competition focused on fusion categories - algebraic structures that have application in various areas of mathematics, theoretical physics and computer science.
Vaintrob, 18, found a new way to connect two kinds of descriptions of mathematical shapes, algebraic structures and topological spaces.
Those techniques can also be extended to include the exploration of more complex algebraic structures.
In Appendix necessary definitions of algebraic structures are presented.