This conjecture appeared to be false. Now I propose an alternative conjecture: Let $latex A$, $latex B$ be sets. Conjecture Funcoids $latex f$ from $latex A$ to $latex B$ bijectively corresponds to the sets $latex R$ of pairs $latex (\mathcal{X}; \mathcal{Y})$ of…

read moreJust a few minutes ago I’ve formulated a new important conjecture about funcoids: Let $latex A$, $latex B$ be sets. Conjecture Funcoids $latex f$ from $latex A$ to $latex B$ bijectively corresponds to the sets $latex R$ of pairs $latex (\mathcal{X}; \mathcal{Y})$…

read moreConjecture Join of a set $latex S$ on the lattice of transitive reloids is the join (on the lattice of reloids) of all compositions of finite sequences of elements of $latex S$. It was expired by theorem 2.2 in “Hans Weber. On…

read moreI have added a new section “Properties preserved by relationships” to my math research book. This section considers (in the form of theorems and conjectures) whether properties (reflexivity, symmetry, transitivity) of funcoids and reloids are preserved an reflected by their relationships (functions…

read moreI’ve released a new version of my free math ebook. The main feature of this new release is chapter “Alternative representations of binary relations” where I essentially claim that the following are the same: binary relations pointfree funcoids between powersets Galois connections…

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