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B-saturated hull classes in l-groups and covering classes of spaces
Applied Categorical Structures
  • Ricardo Enrique Carrera, Nova Southeastern University
  • Anthony W. Hager, Wesleyan University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
10-1-2015
Keywords
  • Lattice-ordered group,
  • Weak unit,
  • Essential extension,
  • Hull class,
  • Bounded coreflection,
  • B-saturated,
  • Compact space,
  • Cover,
  • Covering class,
  • Yosida representation
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Peer Reviewed
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Abstract
W denotes the category of archimedean ℓ-groups with designated weak unit and ℓ-homomorphisms that preserve the weak unit, and B is the bounded coreflection in W. Comp denotes the category of compact Hausdorff spaces with continuous maps, and Y : W → Comp is the familiar Yosida functor. The enormous collection hcW of hull classes in W and the somewhat less enormous collection ccComp of covering classes in Comp are clearly related “via” Y, but rather unclearly in the details. In an earlier paper we investigated the relationship between hcW and ccComp and continue to do so here, now focusing on the role of B. Among other things, (i) we define B-saturated hull classes and the sub-species Y-saturated and type μ, (ii) show that for a hull class H of the latter two types, but not always the first, Y[H] is a covering class, and (iii) describe the various ways the three types relate. This paper is the second installment in our ongoing investigation of the complex taxonomy of hull classes.
DOI
10.1007/s10485-014-9376-5.
Citation Information
Ricardo Enrique Carrera and Anthony W. Hager. "B-saturated hull classes in l-groups and covering classes of spaces" Applied Categorical Structures Vol. 23 Iss. 5 (2015) p. 709 - 723 ISSN: 0927-2852
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ricardo-carrera/14/