Algebra, Vol.1 by Redei L.

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Right now there is only an operational semantics describing this feature but no denotational one. Furthermore, the semantic approaches employed in the area do often lead to lengthy and very technical proofs which often do not convey the central proof idea well, see for instance the proofs in [6]. This is mostly due to the fact that a special aspect called sharing has been abstracted from in high level approaches to program semantics [9]. Adding this aspect in the way proposed in [1] or [8] increases the level of technical detail considerably.

Then, J ∪ N relates two fields of study if and only if they are different and form a combination of the second category. Note that also J and N are symmetric, J is irreflexive, and N is reflexive. The reflexivity of N is motivated by the informal requirement that the duration of study is three years if and only if the two fields of study of the combination belong to different groups of the same block. 1. The relations B : G ↔ G, J : S ↔ S and N : S ↔ S constitute the input of the university timetabling problem.

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