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A sheaf representation of distributive pseudocomplemented lattices

Author: William H. Cornish
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 57 (1976), 11-15
MSC: Primary 06A23
MathSciNet review: 0424630
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Abstract: The main result of this paper shows that a distributive pseudocomplemented lattice $ (L; \vee , \wedge {,^ \ast },0,1)$, considered as an algebra of type $ \langle 2,2,1,0,0\rangle $, can be represented as the algebra of all global sections in a certain sheaf. The stalks are the quotient algebras $ L/\Theta (O(P))$, where $ P$ is a prime ideal in $ L$. The base space is the set of prime ideals of $ L$ equipped with the topology whose basic open sets are of the form $ P:P$ prime in $ L,{x^{ \ast \ast }} \notin P$ for some $ x \in L$.

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Keywords: Distributive pseudocomplemented lattice, sheaf representation, $ \alpha $-ideal, congruences
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