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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Kandasamy and Smarandache [7] introduced the philosophical algebraic structures, in particular, Neutrosophic algebraic structures with illustrations and examples in 2006 and initiated the new way for the emergence of a new class of structures, namely, Neutrosophic groupoids, Neutrosophic groups, Neutrosophic rings etc.
Connections should be made between different contexts where the same algebraic structures arise.
They stress the importance of learning activities that assist students to recognise and use numerical structures that can be easily translated for understanding of algebraic structures at a later time.
In his paper he also discussed certain algebraic structures called triplexes.
The notion of neutrosophic algebraic structures was introduced by Kandasamy and Smarandache in 2006, see [12, 13].
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.
This note contributes to the search for what are often large algebraic structures (infinite dimensional spaces, infinitely generated algebras, among others) of functions on R or C having certain pathological properties.
Cohen); Birational aspects of the geometry of Mg(Gavril Farkas); The universal Whitham hierarchy and the geometry of the moduli space of pointed Riemann surfaces (Samuel Grushevsky and Igor Krichever); Brill-Noether theory (Joe Harris); GL+2(R)-orbit closures via topological splittings (Pascal Hubert, Erwan Lanneau, and Martin Moller); Harmonic mappings and moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces (Jurgen Jost and Shing Tung Yau); Algebraic structures on the topology of moduli spaces of curves and maps (Y.