 About 85,300 results  books.google.com Examples of this include the study of ideals and divisibility, dating back to the work of Dedekind and continued by Krull; the pioneering work of Hahn on totally ordered abelian groups; and the work of Kantorovich and other analysts on ... 

 books.google.com The deepest and most developed part of the theory of partially ordered groups is the theory of latticeordered groups. In the 40s, following the publications of the works by G. Birkhoff, H. Nakano and P. 

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 books.google.com A complemented modular lattice L is said to be irreducible if any two atomic
elements have a common complement. G. LatticeOrdered Groups An ordered
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finitely presented latticeordered group and H is any ogroup that can be
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 books.google.com In this chapter we present the most basic parts of the theory of latticeordered
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 books.google.com A. M. W. GLASS Using ultraproducts, N. R. Reilly proved that if G is a
representable latticeordered group and J is an independent subset totally
ordered by <, then the order on G can be extended to a total order which induces
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