Special Issue "General Algebraic Structures 2020"
A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 December 2020).
Interests: BCK/BCI-algebras; fuzzy algebras; groupoid theory (= general algebraic structures); semirings; Fibonacci numbers
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This issue is a continuation of the previous successful Special Issue “General Algebraic Structures”.
R. H. Bruck's famous book, A Survey of Binary Systems, mainly discussed loops and semigroups. It is necessary to organize several groupoids dealing with various axioms. The area of “general algebraic structures” contains several groupoids, i.e., sets with a single binary operation satisfying some conditions. The well-known topics, e.g., groups, semigroups, monoids, BCK/BCI-algebra, are not included in this area. It contains lots of generalized algebraic structures of these well-known mathematical structures simply by deleting/weakening/changing the axioms.
The notion of BCK/BCI-algebra was introduced by K. Iséki in 1965, alongside its generalizations, e.g., BCH-algebra, BH-algebra, BZ-algebra, BCC-algebra, pre-BCK-algebra, and near-BCK-algebra. The notion of d-algebra was introduced by deleting two complicated axioms from BCK-algebra. After that, many algebraic structures appeared, e.g., B-, BE-, BF-, BG-, BM-, BN-, BO-, BP-, C-, CI-, Q, and QS-algebra. Other important algebraic structures are implicative algebra, positive implication algebra, selective groupoids, pogroupoids, weak-zero groupoids, etc. These algebras have some inter-relationships with each other and have more room for further research.
This Special Issue of Mathematics (MDPI) will provide an opportunity to construct an area of general algebraic structures and will encourage researchers to publish their investigations in this area.
We will consider any paper in the area of general algebraic structures for possible publication. We will exclude papers on well-known algebras, e.g., groups, rings, fields, semigroups, lattices and posets, BCK/BCI-algebra, and fuzzy algebraic theory.
Prof. Dr. Hee Sik Kim
Prof. Dr. Wiesław A. Dudek
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- General algebraic structures
- Sets with a single binary operations (groupoids)
- Generalized groups
- Implicative algebra
- Generalized BCK/BCI-algebra