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July 18, 2014 / 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.

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