By Paul Richard Halmos
This e-book is an off-the-cuff, even though systematic presentation of lectures given by means of the authors on Boolean algebras, meant for complex undergraduates and starting graduate scholars. In a daring and fresh sort, this publication treats Boolean algebras, develops a few interesting principles, and gives infrequent insights. routines are generously sprinkled through the textual content for path study.
This bookcan be thought of a sequel to Paul Halmos's Lectures on Boolean Algebras, with the subsequent alterations: (1) the fabric in each part has been defined in additional aspect, and is now extra available to undergraduates; (2) there are thrice as many routines, and the authors have now ready a ideas guide; (3) a extra cautious clarification of the connection among Boolean earrings and Boolean algebras has been further; (4) 13 chapters were further, together with chapters on topology and on non-stop features, a bankruptcy at the extension theorem for homomorphisms, a brand new bankruptcy on congruences and quotient algebras, a bankruptcy at the lattice of beliefs, and a bankruptcy on duality thought for items.
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