semigroup theory


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semigroup theory

[′sem·i‚grüp ‚thē·ə·rē]
(mathematics)
The formal algebraic study of the structure of semigroups.
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In the semigroup theory literature, the dual of this preorder is known as Green's R-preorder.
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Howie, An introduction to semigroup theory, Academic Press, 1976.
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The class of Cliford semigroups play a fundamental role in the development of semigroup theory.