By Ewa Orlowska, Anna Maria Radzikowska, Ingid Rewitzky

This publication presents a framework for offering algebras and frames bobbing up as semantic buildings for formal languages and for proving relationships among the constructions. For this objective a discrete framework, known as discrete duality, is used instead of a topological framework. rules from the classical dualities and representations of Stone, Priestley, and Urquhart are utilized in this type of manner that topology isn't a part of any of the underlying buildings or relationships. A key contribution of the booklet is the formula of the concept that of duality through fact for expressing classification of algebras and a category of frames ascertain similar notions of fact for a given formal language. Discrete duality and duality through fact are utilized to a wealth of case reports awarded in 3 major components, specifically, periods of Boolean lattices, distributive lattices, and common, that isn't inevitably distributive, lattices, respectively. The publication is self-contained and the entire effects are proved in adequate aspect permitting a simple verification.

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If G, 1, ° is a category, then Gop, 1, ° op is a category, too, and by the left-to-right direction of Lemma 1, we obtain (1) and (2). 60 Suppose now (1) and (2). Then, by the right-to-left direction of Lemma 1, it follows from (1) that (cat 1 left) holds in G, 1, ° , and from (2) that (cat 1 left) holds in Gop, 1, ° op . But the arrow 1A ° op f : B A of Gop is the arrow f ° 1A : A B of G; so (cat 1 right) holds in G, 1, ° . That (cat 2) holds in G, 1, ° follows from the rightto-left direction of Lemma 1 and either (1) or (2).

An equivalence of categories where these natural isomorphisms are identities boils down to isomorphism of categories as we have defined it in the preceding section. e. the category whose objects are these graphs) with graph-morphisms as arrows is isomorphic to the category of F graphs with graphmorphisms as arrows. Hence, these categories are also equivalent. This justifies our saying that the two notions of graph are equivalent. In general, two notions are to be called equivalent iff they cover objects of two categories that are equivalent.

If f = g is an instance of (cat 1 right), which means that it is of the form g ° 1A = g, then the n-th cut of f is linked to the n-th cut of g, provided there are at least n cuts in g. e. the main ° of f, displayed in g ° 1A, is not linked to any cut of g. If f = g is an instance of (cat 1 left), which means that it is of the form 1B ° g = g, then the n+1-th cut of f is linked to the n-th cut of g, provided there are at least n cuts in g. e. the main ° of 1B ° g, is not linked to any cut of g. If f = g is an instance of (cat 2), then the n-th cut of f is linked to the n-th cut of g.