By Arnon Avron, Anna Zamansky (auth.), Stefano Aguzzoli, Agata Ciabattoni, Brunella Gerla, Corrado Manara, Vincenzo Marra (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540759387

ISBN-13: 9783540759386

Edited in collaboration with FoLLI, the organization of common sense, Language and data, this e-book constitutes the 3rd quantity of the FoLLI LNAI subline. The 17 revised papers of this Festschrift quantity - released in honour of Daniele Mundici at the get together of his sixtieth birthday - comprise invited prolonged types of the main attention-grabbing contributions to the foreign convention at the Algebraic and Logical Foundations of Many-Valued Reasoning, held in Gargnano, Italy, in March 2006.

Daniele Mundici is broadly stated as a number one scientist in many-valued good judgment and ordered algebraic buildings. within the final many years, his paintings has unveiled profound connections among good judgment and such varied fields of study as useful research, chance and degree conception, the geometry of toric types, piecewise linear geometry, and error-correcting codes. a number of sought after logicians, mathematicians, and computing device scientists attending the convention have contributed to this wide-ranging assortment with papers all variously concerning Daniele's work.

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Then Wp (a) ∈ I, for every a ∈ A. Thus NA (Wp ) ⊆ I = A. Proposition 38. Let A be an MV-algebra and p ∈ P. Then the following statements are equivalent: (i) A is Wp -symmetric; (ii) A has a homomorphic image in the variety V (Sp ). P. Belluce, A. Di Nola, and A. Lettieri Proof. (i) ⇒ (ii) The thesis immediately follows from the implication (iv) ⇒ (i) of Theorem 36. (ii) ⇒ (i) By hypothesis there exists an ideal I of A such that A I ∈ V (Sp ). Let A A ∼ I ∼ A J ⊇ I a prime ideal of A. We get J = ∈ V (Sp ).

Let p ∈ N and S be a subalgebra of [0, 1], satisfying the following properties: (i) for all x ∈ S \ {1}, xp = 0; (ii) there is a ∈ S \ {0}, such that (a∗ )p−1 = 0. Then S = Sp . Proof. By (i), (a∗ )p = 0 and a∗ ≤ (p − 1)a; consequently (a∗ )p−1 ≤ ((p − 1)a)p−1 . (1) Now ((p − 1)a)p = ((p − 1)a)p−1 ((p − 1)a) = 0 and so ((p − 1)a)p−1 ≤ (a∗ )p−1 . ∗ p−1 (2) Thus, from (1) and (2), it follows (a ) = ((p − 1)a) and, by Lemma 3, a∗ = (p − 1)a. Therefore, applying Lemma 4, the subalgebra of S, generated by a, is Sp , where a = 1p .

We wish to conclude this paragraph by exhibiting an example of MV-algebra, having a denumerable inﬁnity of diﬀerent types of maximal ideals, but no having maximal ideals of type 1. Example 1. Let A = n∈N Spn where pn is the nth prime number. Clearly A has maximal ideals of each type pn , that is V (N (Wpn )) is non-empty for each prime integer pn . However A has no maximal ideals of type 1. Indeed, let n −1 a = (an )n∈N ∈ A be the element such that an = p2p , for every n ∈ N . a has n ∗ order 4.

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