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Congruence Lattices of Finite Algebras

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Congruence Lattices of Finite Algebras
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 130

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In this work, we review a number of methods for finding a finite algebra with a given congruence lattice, including searching for intervals in subgroup lattices. We also consider methods for proving that algebras with a given congruence lattice exist without actually constructing them. By combining these well known methods with a new method we have developed, we prove that with one possible exception every lattice with at most seven elements is isomorphic to the congruence lattice of a finite algebra.

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