In the theory of lattice-ordered groups, there are interesting examples of properties — such as projectability — that are deﬁned in terms of the overall structure of the lattice-ordered group, but are entirely determined by the underlying lattice structure. In this paper, we explore the extent to which projectability is a latticetheoretic property for more general classes of algebras of logic. For a class of integralresiduatedlatticesthatincludesHeytingalgebrasandsemi-linearresiduated lattices, we prove that a member of such is projectable iﬀ the order dual of each subinterval [a,1] is a Stone lattice. We also show that an integral GMV algebra is projectable iﬀ it can be endowed with a positive Gödel implication. In particular, a ΨMV or an MV algebra is projectable iﬀ it can be endowed with a Gödel implication. Moreover, those projectable involutive residuated lattices that admit a Gödel implication are investigated as a variety in the expanded signature. We establish that this variety is generated by its totally ordered members and is a discriminator variety.
|Titolo:||Lattice-theoretic properties of algebras of logic|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|