Set logics and their representations
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We examine a set logic by means of all its representations as a concrete logic together with the automorphism groups of the representations. The most important are the minimal representations, i.e., the ones defined by minimal full collections of two-valued states. From this point of view we also investigate some Greechie diagrams.
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- Set logics and their representations
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Volume 32, Issue 11 , pp 2177-2186
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