Semigroup theory and its applications : proceedings of the 1994 conference commemorating the work of Alfred H. Clifford
 Responsibility
 edited by Karl H. Hofmann, Michael W. Mislove.
 Language
 English.
 Imprint
 New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
 Physical description
 165 p.
 Series
 London Mathematical Society lecture note series 231
Access
Available online
SAL3 (offcampus storage)
Stacks
Request
Call number  Status 

QA182 .S43 1996  Available 
More options
Creators/Contributors
Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references.
 Contents

 1. Reminiscences of a friendship D. Miller 2. Clifford's work on unions of groups G. Preston 3. A survey on totally ordered semigroups K. Hofmann and J. Lawson 4. The relationship of Clifford's work to the current theory of semigroups J. Rhodes 5. Bands of semigroups B. Schein 6. Isbell's zigzag theorem and its consequences J. Howie 7. Maps implicit in the JordanHolder theorem A. Gleason 8. Finite semigroups as categories, ordered semigroups or compact semigroups J.E. Pin 9. Principles underlying the degeneracy of models, the untyped lambda calculus K. Hofmann and M. Mislove 10. Special involutions W. D. Munn.
 (source: Nielsen Book Data)
 Publisher's Summary
 This volume contains survey papers by the invited speakers at the Conference on Semigroup Theory and Its Applications which took place at Tulane University in April, 1994. The authors represent the leading areas of research in semigroup theory and its applications, both to other areas of mathematics and to areas outside mathematics. Included are papers by Gordon Preston surveying Clifford's work on Clifford semigroups and by John Rhodes tracing the influence of Clifford's work on current semigroup theory. Notable among the areas of application are the paper by JeanEric Pin on applications of other areas of mathematics to semigroup theory and the paper by the editors on an application of semigroup theory to theoretical computer science and mathematical logic. All workers in semigroup theory will find this volume invaluable.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Subjects
 Subject
 Semigroups > Congresses.
Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 1996
 Note
 Proceedings of the Conference on the Theory of Semigroups and its Applications, held at Tulane University in Mar. 1994.
 ISBN
 0521576695 (pb)
 9780521576697 (paperback)