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Ternary Semigroups

1Y. Sarala, 2A.Anjaneyulu and 3D.Madhusudhana Rao

1Dept. of Mathematics, Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P. India. Email: Saralayella1970@gmail.com

2Dept. of Mathematics, V S R & N V R College, Tenali, A.P. India. Email: anjaneyulu.addala@gmail.com

3Dept. of Mathematics, V S R & N V R College, Tenali, A.P. India. Email: dmrmaths@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

In this paper the terms; quasi commutative ternary semigroups, normal ternary semigroups, pseudo commutative ternary semigroups are introduced. Unital element and zero element in a ternary semigroups are introduced. It is proved that every commutative ternary semigroup is a normal ternary semigroup and a Pseudo commutative ternary semigroup. It is proved that a ternary semigroup T has atmost one identity element and atmost one zero element. If A be a non-empty subset of a  ternary semigroup T then it is proved that <A> = the intersection of all ternary subsemigroup of T containing A. The terms idempotent element , regular element, completely regular element, intra regular element, semisimple elemenet are introduced. It is proved that a be a left regular (or) lateral regular (or) right regular element of a  ternary semigroup T then a is semisimple lelment of T. The terms arthimedean, strongly arthemedean ternary semigroups are introduced. Finally it is proved that every strongly a  ternary semigroup T is an arthemedean ternary semigroup.

Mathematics Subject Classification : 20M12 , 20N10, 60F05,20N99

Key words : Quasi commutative, normal, pseudo commutative, ternary subsemigroup of  T generated by A, semisimple elements, regular ternary semigroup, completely regular ternary semigroup, ideal, principal ideal, idempotent, archimedean semigroup.

 

 

 


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