Existentially closed algebras and Boolean products

Journal of Symbolic Logic 53 (2):571-596 (1988)
A Boolean product construction is used to give examples of existentially closed algebras in the universal Horn class ISP(K) generated by a universal class K of finitely subdirectly irreducible algebras such that Γ a (K) has the Fraser-Horn property. If $\lbrack a \neq b\rbrack \cap \lbrack c \neq d\rbrack = \varnothing$ is definable in K and K has a model companion of K-simple algebras, then it is shown that ISP(K) has a model companion. Conversely, a sufficient condition is given for ISP(K) to have no model companion
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DOI 10.2307/2274525
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