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Forthesecond p a r t x E F ~ x A x = i A x + x m o d F l a n d x m o d F l ~ 3u E F x A u = 1 A u + x 2 U , u E F + x E F. 22. Corollary. Suppose L E DO1 and F is a proper filter of L. Let L/F stand f o r LfmodF. T h e n L / F E DO1 with least and greatest elements 6 and i = F , respectively, and card(L/F) > 1. 23. Proposition. T h e following conditions are equivalent f o r L E D01, card L > 1, and a filter F of L: (i) t h e only filters of L / F are the trivial filters {i}and L / F ; (ii) F is mazimal.

Suppose a = V a , exists. Then a 2 a , hence c A a 2 c A a, SES S ) . 18'). Thus (Vs E cAa= V (cAa,). 28. CorolIa ry . 27) hold for arbitrary elements c, a, (s E S). Filters, ideals and congruences in lattices 31 $3. Filters, ideals and congruences in lattices The dual concepts of filter and ideal t u r n o u t to be a powerful t o o l o f lattice theory, w i t h applications i n other fields of mathematics. T h e main points of this section are t h e complete lattices of all filters and of all ideals, the characterization of prime filters and o f prime ideals, the relationship between prime and maximal filters (ideals), t h e congruences associated w i t h filters.

A polyadic subalgebra of F ( X U ,B ) will be called B-valued f u n c t i o n a l polyadic algebra. 22. Lemma. In a polyadic algebra ( A , U,S, 3 ) t h e following properties hold: (i) If p E A, t h e n {I< [ p i s i n d e p e n d e n t of I<} is a n ideal of P(U)a n d the set {I< I I< i s a support o f p } is a filter of P(U); (ii) I f p is independent of K a n d K' C U , t h e n 3 ( K ' ) p = 3(K' - I+; (iii) If I<' is a support o f p a n d K E U ,t h e n 3 ( K ) p = 3 ( K n Ir'')p a n d K' - I( is a support of 3 ( K ) p .

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