By Arnon Avron, Anna Zamansky (auth.), Stefano Aguzzoli, Agata Ciabattoni, Brunella Gerla, Corrado Manara, Vincenzo Marra (eds.)

Edited in collaboration with FoLLI, the organization of good judgment, Language and data, this publication constitutes the 3rd quantity of the FoLLI LNAI subline. The 17 revised papers of this Festschrift quantity - released in honour of Daniele Mundici at the celebration of his sixtieth birthday - contain invited prolonged models of the main fascinating contributions to the overseas convention at the Algebraic and Logical Foundations of Many-Valued Reasoning, held in Gargnano, Italy, in March 2006.

Daniele Mundici is extensively said as a number one scientist in many-valued good judgment and ordered algebraic constructions. within the final many years, his paintings has unveiled profound connections among common sense and such varied fields of analysis as useful research, chance and degree concept, the geometry of toric kinds, piecewise linear geometry, and error-correcting codes. numerous sought after logicians, mathematicians, and computing device scientists attending the convention have contributed to this wide-ranging assortment with papers all variously concerning Daniele's work.

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I) ⇒ (ii) The thesis immediately follows from Theorem 27(i). (ii) ⇒ (i) By hypothesis there exists an homomorphism ϕ from A onto B. Then for every M ∈ M axB, we get ϕ−1 (M ) ∈ M axA is of type 1. From that, the thesis again follows from Theorem 27. Proposition 46. Let A be an MV-algebra. Then the following statements are equivalent: (i) A is a subdirect algebra of a Boolean-mixed algebra; (ii) A is a non-Boolean W1 -symmetric; (iii) A is a retract of a Boolean-mixed algebra. Proof. (i) ⇒ (ii) Suppose A is a subdirect subalgebra of A × B where A is non-Boolean and B is Boolean.

For the third part, assume without a loss in generality that A ⊃ A is not a subformula of B ⊃ B. Let S = D, I be an L-structure, such that for every two closed terms t1 = t2 occurring in A and B respectively, I[t1 ] = I[t2 ]. Let WS be the minimal set of L(D)-sentences closed under subformulas, such that ¬¬¬(B ⊃ B) ∈ WS . Let v be some partial S-valuation on WS , satisfying: v[B ⊃ B] = t00 , v[¬(B ⊃ B)] = f , v[¬¬(B ⊃ B)] = I00 , v[¬¬¬(B ⊃ B)] = I01 . Extend v to a partial valuation defined also on the subformulas of ¬¬¬(A ⊃ A), which satisfies: v[A ⊃ A] = t00 , v[¬(A ⊃ A)] = f , v[¬¬(A ⊃ A)] = t00 , v(¬¬¬(A ⊃ A)) = f .

Di Nola, and A. Lettieri Lemma 32. Let A be an M V -algebra. Then if A is Wp -symmetric over some ideal I of A, then I ⊇ N (Wp ). Proof. By hypothesis, for every a ∈ A, Wp (a) ∈ I, hence N (Wp ) ⊆ I. Proposition 33. Let A be an MV-algebra, p ∈ P ∪{1} and I a semisimple ideal (an ideal if p=1,2) of A. Then the following statements hold: Sym (W ,I) A p ; (i) M Vp ( AI ) = I (ii) SymA (Wp , I) is the largest subalgebra R of A for which R I ∈ V (Sp ); Proof. (i) Claim: SymA (Wp , I) I is a subalgebra of A .

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