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By William M. Boothby

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Then ψ(x) ∈ (s, p) = {s}, so ψ(x) = s; similarly, ψ(y) = t. It follows that if x = s, q , t, r is in [y, z], where y ∈ S0∗ and z ∈ S1∗ , then π0 (x) = y, π1 (x) = z, ψ(y) = s and ψ(z) = t, showing that ψ(x) ∈ (ψ(y), ψ(z)), and verifying Condition 5. For Condition 3, assume that x = s, q , t, r , so that π0 (x) = s, q , p, p , from which it follows that ψ(π0 (x)) = s. Secondly, we have ψ(x) ∈ (s, t), so that ρ0 (ψ(x)) ∈ (s, p) = {z}, so ψ(π0 (x)) = ρ0 (ψ(x)). Similarly, ψ(π1 (x)) = ρ1 (ψ(x)), completing the proof of Condition 3.

In the present paper, we show that there is a duality theory for these algebras that throws light on their structure. As an application of the theory, we give simple solutions for some of Ulam’s problems about projective algebras [12]. Solutions to these problems were given earlier by Faber, Erd˝ os and Larson [3, 8, 9] using some more complicated constructions. 2 Projective Algebras Everett and Ulam [4] define a projective algebra as an algebraic structure A = A, ∨, ∧, ¬, 0, 1, p0 , p1 , , a that satisfies the following postulates, for a, b, c ∈ A and ∈ {0, 1}: 1.

It is formally grounded in relational algebra. Specifications are written in first-order set theory and then transformed systematically into relation-algebraic forms which can be executed directly in RelView, a computer system for the manipulation of relations and relational programming. Our method yields programs that are correct by construction. It is illustrated by some examples. 1 Introduction For many years, relational algebra (see [15, 13]) has been used successfully for formal problem specification, prototyping, and program development.

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