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July 20, 2014 / Victor Porton

I am going to rewrite my research monograph

When my book was already sent to a publisher, I decided to rewrite it.

Here is my rewriting plan (what I am going to change in the book).

July 18, 2014 / Victor Porton

Four sets equivalent to filters on a poset

In this short note I describe four sets (including the set of filters itself) which bijectively correspond to the set of filters on a poset.

I raise the question: How to denote all these four posets and their principal elements? Please write to my email any ideas about this.

June 26, 2014 / Victor Porton

Error correction: definition of multifuncoids was wrong

I have corrected some errors in my book related to my definition of multifuncoids.

The definition of multifuncoid was wrong and this triggered several errors along my book.

June 24, 2014 / Victor Porton

I added a new chapter to my book

After checking for errors I added (as a new chapter) materials of the article Identity staroids into my research monograph.

I plan to “dissolve” this chapter, that is distribute its materials among other chapters and liquidate this chapter itself.

June 14, 2014 / Victor Porton

Draft article about identity staroids

I’ve mostly finished writing the article Identity Staroids which considers n-ary identity staroids (with possibly infinite n), which generalize n-ary identity relations and some related topics. (In my theory there are two kinds of identity staroids: big and small identity staroids.)

Writing of the article is mostly finished, I am going just to check it for errors and reorder the material.

After finishing with this article, I am going to integrate the article into my research monograph and publish it.

Note that there are several conjectures in my article.

May 31, 2014 / Victor Porton

Principal staroids – an error corrected

I have uploaded a new version of my book with an error corrected: the definition of principal staroids and some related stuff were wrong.

May 29, 2014 / Victor Porton

An informal “conjecture”

Conjecture: Every time when an unproved result seems obvious, we refer to an unproved conjecture (from which it follows) in our mind

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