By Mike Mesterton-Gibbons

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Now, we have, by symmetry and q R u . Thus, R*{x} = T(*{q}. Since x E D R , R*{x) # 0. e. *{c_i); t h e n Thus, (*) R C_u { X : E(R,X)). u { X : E(R,X)). {x :E(R,x)~. *{g} x T ? *{y}, t h e n x R y A y R z. Thus, ( x , y ) E R. ,X)} C - R. From (*) we deduce i? = u {X: E(R,X)}. Thus, we have proved t h e i m p l i c a t i o n from l e f t t o r i g h t . 10 have t h a t , if X f Y , if X = Y (since x n Y = 0) = XxX Therefore, (u { Y x Y : E(R,Y)}) U { X x X : E(R,X)} = R. COROLLARY, R = R-' O R A x , y E DR+ (R*{x} = R*{y} - xRy).

V b = V {a,bI. R R a A b = A (a,bI (vi) R If R is a partial ordering, V A , denotes the L e a s t uppm bound (accordR ing to R ) 0 4 A (lub) if it exists. Similarly, A A is the greatest lower bound (glb). L u b X ( z , A ) means that z is the least upper bound of A. Thus P we can express that this least upper bound exists by LubR(J)A,A). Similarly for greatest lower bounds. If P O ( R ) , then the existence of these bounds implies their uniqueness. 16 DEF IN IT ION (i)U L O ( R ) (if) LLO(R) + + + + I PO(R) AWxWy(x,g E DR+ 3 z ( x , y R z AVu(x,gRu+zRu))).

ROLAND0 C H U A Q U I 24 The f i r s t d e f i n i t i o n chronologically was given by Hausdorff in 1912 : {{O,al, {1,6}1. Instead of 0,1, i t i s possible t o use any p a i r o f d i f f e r e n t sets. (a,b) = The d e f i n i t i o n adopted in this book i s due t o Kuratowski and Wiener. 2 THEOREM, I ( i )( a , b ) E V (ii)(u,b)=(c,d)- + a = c A b = d . 14 PROOF OF ( i i ) . Suppose t h a t ( a , b ) = ( c , d ) . follows t h a t {cl, Ec,dl E ( a , b ) . Hence, and (1) {cl = { a } (3) Cc,dl = {Ul (ii).

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