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Categorical properties of sequentially dense monomorphisms of semi group acts

TAIWANESE JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS (Impact Factor: 0.62). 05/1388; 15(2):22-23.

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Let M be a class of (mono)morphisms in a category A. To study mathematical notions, such as injectivity, tensor products, flatness, one needs to have some categorical and algebraic information about the pair (A,M). In this paper we take A to be the category Act-S of S-acts, for a semigroup S, and M d to be the class of sequentially dense monomor-phisms (of interests to computer scientists, too) and study the categori-cal properties, such as limits and colimits, of the pair (A,M). Injectivity with respect to this class of monomorphisms have been studied by Giuli, Ebrahimi, and the authors and got information about injectivity relative to monomorphisms.

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    • "We show that the idempotency and weakly hereditariness of a closure operator C are sufficient, but not necessary, conditions for the well-behavedness of M d -injectivity. Some of these results generalize some of the results in [8], [11], [12], [14], [15], and [16]. "
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    • "We show that the idempotency and weakly hereditariness of a closure operator C are sufficient, but not necessary, conditions for the well-behavedness of M d -injectivity. Some of these results generalize some of the results in [8], [11], [12], [14], [15], and [16]. "
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