On A Type <i>A </i>Semigroup of Congruence Classes
AbstractA congruence, characterized by -relations, is constructed on a regular type semigroup. The resulting set of congruence classes is shown to be a type semigroup. Commutativity of the morphisms between the semigroups, described by their kernels, is established.
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