Semiassociative relation alegbras and inverse property loops
Semiassociative relation algebras are among the three varieties of algebras introduced by Maddux (R. Maddux, Some varieties containing relation algebras, Trans. of Amer. Math. Soc., 272, 501-526, 1982.) and are obtained by replacing the associative law (among the conditions of a relation algebra) by a weaker law known as semiassociative law. This thesis mainly investigates the classes of groupoids and multigroupoids whose complex algebras are semiassociative relation algebras and vice versa. We...[Show more]
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