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4. $S$ is an upper set and $S\cap\Gamma$ is a filter on the boolean lattice $\Gamma$ (defined in the chapter "Funcoids are filters" of the book).
 
4. $S$ is an upper set and $S\cap\Gamma$ is a filter on the boolean lattice $\Gamma$ (defined in the chapter "Funcoids are filters" of the book).
  
$3\Rightarrow 2$ and $2\Rightarrow 1$ are obvious. It's also easy to prove that $1\Rightarrow 4$ (taking into account that $\Gamma$ is a closed sublattice of $\mathsf{FCD}$).
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$3\Rightarrow 2$ and $2\Rightarrow 1$ are obvious. It's also easy to prove that $1\Rightarrow 4$ (taking into account that $\Gamma$ is a sublattice of $\mathsf{FCD}$).
  
 
$3\Rightarrow 4$ because $X,Y\in S\cap\Gamma \Rightarrow X,Y\in\Gamma\land X,Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in\Gamma\land X\sqcap Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in S\cap\Gamma$.
 
$3\Rightarrow 4$ because $X,Y\in S\cap\Gamma \Rightarrow X,Y\in\Gamma\land X,Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in\Gamma\land X\sqcap Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in S\cap\Gamma$.

Revision as of 08:20, 18 April 2017

This page presents Victor Porton's conjectures about funcoid bases and related stuff as first defined in this draft document.

Please read Algebraic general topology book before attempt to participate in this research.

The main conjecture about funcoid bases is the following:

Conjecture The following are equivalent (for every lattice $\mathsf{FCD}$ of funcoids between some sets and a set $S$ of principal funcoids (=binary relations)):

  1. $\forall X, Y \in S : \operatorname{up} (X \sqcap^{\mathsf{FCD}} Y) \subseteq S$.
  2. $\forall X_0,\dots,X_n \in S : \operatorname{up} (X_0 \sqcap^{\mathsf{FCD}} \dots \sqcap^{\mathsf{FCD}} X_n) \subseteq S$ (for every natural $n$).
  3. There exists a funcoid $f\in\mathsf{FCD}$ such that $S=\operatorname{up} f$.

Another possibly equivalent condition:

4. $S$ is an upper set and $S\cap\Gamma$ is a filter on the boolean lattice $\Gamma$ (defined in the chapter "Funcoids are filters" of the book).

$3\Rightarrow 2$ and $2\Rightarrow 1$ are obvious. It's also easy to prove that $1\Rightarrow 4$ (taking into account that $\Gamma$ is a sublattice of $\mathsf{FCD}$).

$3\Rightarrow 4$ because $X,Y\in S\cap\Gamma \Rightarrow X,Y\in\Gamma\land X,Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in\Gamma\land X\sqcap Y\sqsupseteq f \Rightarrow X\sqcap Y\in S\cap\Gamma$.

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Funcoid bases/Basic results

Proposed ways to attack this conjecture:

$1\Rightarrow 2$:

$2\Rightarrow 3$: