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Loomis-sikorski theorem for σ-complete MV-algebras and ℓ-groups

  • Anatolij Dvurečenskij (a1)

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We show that every σ-complete MV-algebra is an MV-σ-homomorphic image of some σ-complete MV- algebra of fuzzy sets, called a tribe, which is a system of fuzzy sets of a crisp set Ω containing 1Ω and closed under fuzzy complementation and formation of min {∑nfn, 1}. Since a tribe is a direct generalization of a σ-algebra of crisp subsets, the representation theorem is an analogue of the Loomis-Sikorski theorem for MV-algebras. In addition, this result will be extended also for Dedekind σ-complete ℓ-groups with strong unit.

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