Unification Theories: New Results and Examples
AbstractThis paper is a continuation of a previous article that appeared in AXIOMS in 2018. A Euler’s formula for hyperbolic functions is considered a consequence of a unifying point of view. Then, the unification of Jordan, Lie, and associative algebras is revisited. We also explain that derivations and co-derivations can be unified. Finally, we consider a “modified” Yang–Baxter type equation, which unifies several problems in mathematics. View Full-Text
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