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October 30, 2010 / porton

A counter-example for a conjecture

In a new edition of Funcoids and Reloids article (section “Some counter-examples”) I wrote a counter-example against this conjecture, upholding that there exists a reloid with atomic domain, which is neither injective nor constant.

The conjecture is equivalent to this my MathOverflow question, which was quickly solved by my colleagues. I just adapted the proof for my conjecture.

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