Change Of Basis For Lattice-Valued Convergence Groups
Using the idea of changing the basis-lattice, we investigate in this article the impact of change-of-basis to the notion of stratified lattice-valued generalized convergence group by the so-called functorial mechanism. We discuss here some of the subcategories of the category of stratified lattice-valued generalized convergence groups, such as, stratified lattice-valued Kent convergence groups, stratified lattice-valued limit groups, and look into the possible link between these objects with stratified lattice-valued neighborhood groups and stratified lattice-valued neighborhood topological groups when bases are changed. Moreover, with the help of the notion of stratified lattice-valued filter attributed to U. Höhle and A. Šostak, we introduce a category >HŠ-SL-FilGrp, of stratified lattice-valued filter groups, and study its relationship with other categories so far achieved in this paper.
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Volume (Year): 07 (2011)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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