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A Class of Left $E$-Adequate Semigroups

Yonghua Li & Yong He

Commun. Math. Res., 26 (2010), pp. 289-303.

Published online: 2021-05

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In this paper we establish a construction of a class of left $E$-adequate semigroups by using semilattices of cancellative monoids and fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroups. We first introduce concepts of type $µ^+$ ($µ^∗$, $µ$) abundant semigroups and type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. In fact, regular semigroups are type $µ^+$ abundant semigroups and inverse semigroups are type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. Next, we construct a special kind of algebras called $E^+$-product. It is proved that every $E^+$-product is a type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup, and every type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a semilattice of cancellative monoids with a fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroup. Finally, as a corollary of the main result, it is deduced that every inverse semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a Clifford semigroup by a fundamental inverse semigroup.

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type $µ^+$ semigroup, abundant semigroup, left $E$-adequate semigroup, $E^+$-product.

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In this paper we establish a construction of a class of left $E$-adequate semigroups by using semilattices of cancellative monoids and fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroups. We first introduce concepts of type $µ^+$ ($µ^∗$, $µ$) abundant semigroups and type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. In fact, regular semigroups are type $µ^+$ abundant semigroups and inverse semigroups are type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. Next, we construct a special kind of algebras called $E^+$-product. It is proved that every $E^+$-product is a type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup, and every type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a semilattice of cancellative monoids with a fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroup. Finally, as a corollary of the main result, it is deduced that every inverse semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a Clifford semigroup by a fundamental inverse semigroup.

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In this paper we establish a construction of a class of left $E$-adequate semigroups by using semilattices of cancellative monoids and fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroups. We first introduce concepts of type $µ^+$ ($µ^∗$, $µ$) abundant semigroups and type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. In fact, regular semigroups are type $µ^+$ abundant semigroups and inverse semigroups are type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroups. Next, we construct a special kind of algebras called $E^+$-product. It is proved that every $E^+$-product is a type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup, and every type $µ^+$ left $E$-adequate semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a semilattice of cancellative monoids with a fundamental left $E$-adequate semigroup. Finally, as a corollary of the main result, it is deduced that every inverse semigroup is isomorphic to an $E^+$-product of a Clifford semigroup by a fundamental inverse semigroup.

YonghuaLi & YongHe. (2021). A Class of Left $E$-Adequate Semigroups. Communications in Mathematical Research . 26 (4). 289-303. doi:
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