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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

DOI

10.55730/1300-0098.3304

Abstract

It is shown that some embedding problems on hypersemigroups are actually problems of adjunction. According to the theorem of this paper, for every hypersemigroup $S$ which does not have identity element, an hypersemigroup $T$ having identity element can be constructed in such a way that $S$ is an ideal of $T$. Moreover, if $S$ is regular, intra-regular, right (left) regular, right (left) quasi-regular or semisimple, then so is $T$. If $A$ is an ideal, subidempotent bi-ideal or quasi-ideal of $S$, then it is an ideal, bi-ideal, quasi-ideal of $T$ as well. Illustrative examples are given.

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2834

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2853

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