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The block structure of complete lattice ordered effect algebras

  • Gejza Jenča (a1)
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We prove that every for every complete lattice-ordered effect algebra E there exists an orthomodular lattice O(E) and a surjective full morphism øE: O(E) → E which preserves blocks in both directions: the (pre)imageofa block is always a block. Moreover, there is a 0, 1-lattice embedding : EO(E).

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