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Regular extensions of iterative algebras and metric interpretations

By J.A. Bergstra and J. Tiuryn


An algebra is said to be iterative if every nontrivial finite system of fixed-point equations has unique solution. The paper discusses possibilities of finding topological structure for a given iterative algebra so that the unique solutio

Topics: Wijsbegeerte, abstract algebra, topology, iteration
Year: 1981
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