After noticing an error in my math book, I rewritten its section “Funcoids and filters” to reflect that .
Previously I proved an example demonstrating that , but this example is believed by me to be wrong. The example was removed from the book.
Thus I removed all references to (as it is the same as ) and reworked the chapter “Funcoids and filters” to reflect the change.
The book is available free of change at this Web page.
The story of the past:
was defined by the formula .
From the theorem in “The diagram” section (the theorem with a diagram) it trivially follows that . It follows trivially, but I have found this only today.
The journal European Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics has accepted my
article after a peer review and asked me to send it in their LaTeX format.
I had a hyperref trouble with my LaTeX file. So I’ve said them that I
withdraw my article.
But later I realized that the best thing I can do is to remove hyperref
After this I successfully converted my article to use their LaTeX package
and send it to European Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics again. They
then said me that will publish the paper “this year”.
A few years passed.
It is yet unpublished and the editors of the journal ignore my emails, where
I remind them that they agreed to publish my article but don’t publish it.
What to do?
Note that my article is available online (the submitted version has a
different LaTeX template and some minor changes):