Representation and duality theory for diagonalizable algebras

Studia Logica 34 (4):305 - 313 (1975)
The duality theory established by Halmos in [2] for boolean hemimorphism applies of course to the diagonalizable algebra, because ντν is an hemimorphism. For commodity in working on diagonalizable algebras we recall the basic facts and give the characteristic conditions on the dual of ντν
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