:: Several Classes of {BCK}-algebras and Their Properties
:: by Tao Sun , Dahai Hu and Xiquan Liang
::
:: Received September 19, 2007
:: Copyright (c) 2007-2016 Association of Mizar Users
:: (Stowarzyszenie Uzytkownikow Mizara, Bialystok, Poland).
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environ
vocabularies XBOOLE_0, BCIALG_1, BINOP_1, SUBSET_1, XXREAL_0, SUPINF_2,
XXREAL_2, CARD_FIL, BCIALG_3;
notations XBOOLE_0, SUBSET_1, STRUCT_0, BCIALG_1;
constructors BCIALG_1;
registrations STRUCT_0, BCIALG_1;
requirements SUBSET;
equalities BCIALG_1;
expansions BCIALG_1;
theorems BCIALG_1, STRUCT_0;
begin :: The Basics of General Theory of commutative BCK-algebra
definition
let IT be non empty BCIStr_0;
attr IT is commutative means
:Def1:
for x,y being Element of IT holds x\(x\y ) = y\(y\x);
end;
registration
cluster BCI-EXAMPLE -> commutative;
coherence
by STRUCT_0:def 10;
end;
registration
cluster commutative for BCK-algebra;
existence
proof
take BCI-EXAMPLE;
thus thesis;
end;
end;
reserve X for BCK-algebra;
reserve x,y for Element of X;
reserve IT for non empty Subset of X;
theorem Th1:
X is commutative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
thus X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X holds x
\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by A1,Def1;
then (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x);
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y;
y\(y\x) <= x\(x\y) by A2;
then
A3: (y\(y\x))\(x\(x\y)) = 0.X;
x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x) by A2;
then (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Def1;
end;
theorem Th2:
for X being BCK-algebra holds for x,y being Element of X holds x\
(x\y) <= y & x\(x\y) <= x
proof
let X be BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
A1: 0.X\(x\y) = (x\y)` .= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
((x\(x\y))\(0.X\(x\y)))\(x\0.X)=0.X by BCIALG_1:def 3;
then ((x\(x\y))\0.X)\x = 0.X by A1,BCIALG_1:2;
then (x\(x\y))\y = 0.X & (x\(x\y))\x = 0.X by BCIALG_1:1,2;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem Th3:
X is commutative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
x\y = x\(y\(y\x))
proof
thus X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X holds x
\y = x\(y\(y\x))
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
x\y = x\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= x\(y\(y\x)) by A1,Def1;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = x\(y\(y\x));
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y;
x\(x\(y\(y\x))) <= y\(y\x) by Th2;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
hence thesis by Th1;
end;
theorem Th4:
X is commutative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
thus X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X holds x
\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
y\(y\x) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) by A1,Th3;
hence thesis by A1,Def1;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)));
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y;
x\(x\y) <= x by Th2;
then
A3: y\x <= y\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:5;
x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) by A2;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:5;
end;
hence thesis by Th1;
end;
theorem Th5:
X is commutative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X st x
<= y holds x= y\(y\x)
proof
thus X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X st x<=
y holds x= y\(y\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x<= y;
then x\y = 0.X;
then y\(y\x) = x\0.X by A1,Def1
.=x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X st x<= y holds x= y\(y\x);
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\x = (x\x)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\y)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then (x\(x\y)) <= x;
then
A3: y\x <= y\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:5;
(x\(x\y))\y = (x\y)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (x\(x\y)) <= y;
then (x\(x\y))= y\(y\(x\(x\y))) by A2;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:5;
end;
hence thesis by Th1;
end;
theorem Th6:
for X being non empty BCIStr_0 holds (X is commutative
BCK-algebra iff for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y)
= (y\z)\(y\x) )
proof
let X be non empty BCIStr_0;
thus X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,z being Element of X holds
x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y) = (y\z)\(y\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y,z be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\z = (y\(y\x))\z by A1,Def1;
then
A2: (x\z)\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\z by A1,BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\z)\(y\x) by A1,BCIALG_1:7;
0.X\y = y` .= 0.X by A1,BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A1,A2,BCIALG_1:2;
end;
assume
A3: for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y) = (y\
z)\(y\x);
A4: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\y) = (x\(0.X\y))\(x\y) by A3
.= (y\(0.X\y))\(y\x) by A3
.= y\(y\x) by A3;
hence thesis;
end;
A5: for x,y being Element of X holds x\0.X = x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
0.X\(0.X\0.X) = 0.X by A3;
hence thesis by A3;
end;
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y=0.X & y\x=0.X implies x = y)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=0.X & y\x=0.X;
then (x\0.X)\0.X = (y\0.X)\0.X by A3;
then x\0.X = (y\0.X)\0.X by A5
.= (y\0.X) by A5;
hence x = (y\0.X) by A5
.= y by A5;
end;
then
A6: X is being_BCI-4;
A7: for x being Element of X holds x\x = 0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
x = (x\0.X) by A5;
then x\x = (0.X\0.X)\(0.X\x) by A3
.= 0.X\(0.X\x) by A5
.= 0.X by A3;
hence thesis;
end;
A8: for x being Element of X holds 0.X\x = 0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
0.X = (0.X\x)\(0.X\x) by A7
.= 0.X\x by A3;
hence thesis;
end;
A9: for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\y)\(x\z))\(z\y)=0.X
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
((x\y)\(x\z))\(z\y) = ((z\y)\(z\x))\(z\y) by A3
.= ((z\y)\(z\x))\((z\y)\0.X) by A5
.= (0.X\(z\x))\(0.X\(z\y)) by A3
.= 0.X\(0.X\(z\y)) by A8
.= 0.X by A8;
hence thesis;
end;
A10: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\y = 0.X
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
0.X = ((x\0.X)\(x\y))\(y\0.X) by A9
.= (x\(x\y))\(y\0.X) by A5
.= (x\(x\y))\y by A5;
hence thesis;
end;
A11: X is being_I by A7;
for x being Element of X holds x`=0.X by A8;
hence thesis by A4,A9,A10,A11,A6,Def1,BCIALG_1:1,def 8;
end;
theorem
X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X st x\y
=x holds y\x=y
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=x;
then y\(y\x) = x\x by A1,Def1
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then y\x = y\0.X by BCIALG_1:8
.= y by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem Th8:
X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,a being Element of X
st y <= a holds (a\x)\(a\y) = y\x
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y,a be Element of X;
assume y <= a;
then
A2: y\a = 0.X;
(a\x)\(a\y) = (a\(a\y))\x by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\0.X)\x by A1,A2,Def1
.= y\x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X holds
(x\y=x iff y\(y\x)=0.X)
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (y\(y\x)=0.X implies x\y=x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume
A3: y\(y\x)=0.X;
x\y = x\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= x\0.X by A1,A3,Def1
.= x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y=x implies y\(y\x)=0.X)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=x;
then y\(y\x) = x\x by A1,Def1
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
theorem
X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X holds
x\(y\(y\x))=x\y & (x\y)\((x\y)\x)=x\y
proof
assume
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
A2: (x\y)\((x\y)\x) = x\(x\(x\y)) by A1,Def1
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:8;
x\(y\(y\x)) = x\(x\(x\y)) by A1,Def1
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
theorem
X is commutative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,a being Element of X st x
<= a holds (a\y)\((a\y)\(a\x)) = (a\y)\(x\y) by Th8;
definition
let X be BCI-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
attr a is being_greatest means
for x being Element of X holds x\a=0.X;
attr a is being_positive means
0.X\a=0.X;
end;
begin :: Several Classes of BCI-algebra---commutative BCI-algebra
definition
let IT be BCI-algebra;
attr IT is BCI-commutative means
:Def4:
for x,y being Element of IT st x\y= 0.IT holds x = y\(y\x);
attr IT is BCI-weakly-commutative means
:Def5:
for x,y being Element of IT holds (x\(x\y))\(0.IT\(x\y)) = y\(y\x);
end;
registration
cluster BCI-EXAMPLE -> BCI-commutative BCI-weakly-commutative;
coherence
by STRUCT_0:def 10;
end;
registration
cluster BCI-commutative BCI-weakly-commutative for BCI-algebra;
existence
proof
take BCI-EXAMPLE;
thus thesis;
end;
end;
theorem
for X being BCI-algebra holds ((ex a be Element of X st a is
being_greatest) implies X is BCK-algebra)
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
given a being Element of X such that
A1: a is being_greatest;
for x being Element of X holds x`=0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
x\a=0.X by A1;
then x` = (x\x)\a by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by A1;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:def 8;
end;
theorem
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is p-Semisimple implies X is
BCI-commutative & X is BCI-weakly-commutative )
proof
let X being BCI-algebra;
assume
A1: X is p-Semisimple;
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(0.X\(x\y)) = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(0.X\(x\y)) = ((0.X\0.X)\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= (0.X\x)\(0.X\y) by A1,BCIALG_1:64
.= (y\x)\(0.X\0.X) by A1,BCIALG_1:58
.= (y\x)\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= y\x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by A1;
end;
for x,y being Element of X st x\y=0.X holds x = y\(y\x) by A1;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
theorem
for X being commutative BCK-algebra holds X is BCI-commutative
BCI-algebra & X is BCI-weakly-commutative BCI-algebra
proof
let X be commutative BCK-algebra;
A1: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(0.X\(x\y)) = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A2: (0.X\(x\y)) = (x\y)` .= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
(x\(x\y)) = y\(y\x) by Def1;
hence thesis by A2,BCIALG_1:2;
end;
for x,y being Element of X st x\y=0.X holds x = y\(y\x)
by BCIALG_1:def 11,Th5;
hence thesis by A1,Def4,Def5;
end;
theorem
X is BCI-weakly-commutative BCI-algebra implies X is BCI-commutative
proof
assume
A1: X is BCI-weakly-commutative BCI-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=0.X;
then (x\0.X)\(0.X\0.X) = y\(y\x) by A1,Def5;
then (x\0.X)\0.X = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then x\0.X = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
theorem Th16:
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is BCI-commutative iff for x,y
being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) )
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
A1: (for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) ) implies X
is BCI-commutative
proof
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)));
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=0.X;
then x\(x\y) = x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
X is BCI-commutative implies for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) =
y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
assume
A3: X is BCI-commutative;
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\y = (x\y)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis by A3;
end;
hence thesis by A1;
end;
theorem Th17:
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is BCI-commutative iff for x,y
being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X\(x\y) )
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
A1: (for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X\(x\y) )
implies X is BCI-commutative
proof
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X\(x\y);
for x,y being Element of X st x\y=0.X holds x = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A3: (y\(y\x))\x = (y\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
assume
A4: x\y=0.X;
then 0.X = 0.X\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:2
.= (x\0.X)\(y\(y\x)) by A2,A4
.= x\(y\(y\x)) by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
X is BCI-commutative implies for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\
(y\(y\x)) = 0.X\(x\y)
proof
assume
A5: X is BCI-commutative;
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = (y\(y\(x\(x\y))))\(y\(y\x)) by A5,Th16
.= (y\(y\(y\x)))\(y\(x\(x\y))) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)\(y\(x\(x\y))) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (y\(y\(x\(x\y))))\x by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\(x\y))\x by A5,Th16
.= (x\x)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:def 5;
end;
hence thesis by A1;
end;
theorem
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is BCI-commutative iff for a being
Element of AtomSet(X),x,y being Element of BranchV(a) holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\x) )
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
thus X is BCI-commutative implies for a being Element of AtomSet(X), x,y
being Element of BranchV(a) holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCI-commutative;
let a be Element of AtomSet(X);
let x,y be Element of BranchV(a);
y\x in BranchV(a\a) by BCIALG_1:39;
then ex z1 being Element of X st y\x=z1 & (a\a) <= z1;
then 0.X <= y\x by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then 0.X\(y\x) = 0.X;
then
A2: (y\(y\x))\(x\(x\y)) = 0.X by A1,Th17;
x\y in BranchV(a\a) by BCIALG_1:39;
then ex z being Element of X st x\y=z & (a\a) <= z;
then 0.X <= x\y by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then 0.X\(x\y) = 0.X;
then (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X by A1,Th17;
hence thesis by A2,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
assume
A3: for a being Element of AtomSet(X), x,y being Element of BranchV(a)
holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\x);
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y=0.X implies x = y\(y\x))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
set aa = 0.X\(0.X\x);
aa``= aa by BCIALG_1:8;
then
A4: aa in AtomSet(X) by BCIALG_1:29;
A5: aa\x = (0.X\x)\(0.X\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then
A6: aa<=x;
assume
A7: x\y=0.X;
then aa\y = 0.X by A5,BCIALG_1:3;
then aa<=y;
then consider aa be Element of AtomSet(X) such that
A8: aa<=x & aa<= y by A4,A6;
x in BranchV(aa) & y in BranchV(aa) by A8;
then x\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by A3;
hence thesis by A7,BCIALG_1:2;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
for X being non empty BCIStr_0 holds (X is BCI-commutative BCI-algebra
iff for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\y)\(x\z))\(z\y)=0.X & x\0.X = x & x\
(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) )
proof
let X be non empty BCIStr_0;
(for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\y)\(x\z))\(z\y)=0.X & x\0.X = x
& x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))) implies X is BCI-commutative BCI-algebra
proof
assume
A1: for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\y)\(x\z))\(z\y)=0.X & x\0.X
= x & x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)));
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y=0.X & y\x=0.X implies x = y)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume that
A2: x\y=0.X and
A3: y\x=0.X;
A4: x\(x\y) = x by A1,A2;
y\(y\(x\(x\y))) = y\0.X by A1,A2,A3
.= y by A1;
hence thesis by A1,A4;
end;
then X is being_BCI-4;
hence thesis by A1,Th16,BCIALG_1:11;
end;
hence thesis by Th16,BCIALG_1:1,2;
end;
theorem
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is BCI-commutative iff for x,y,z
being Element of X st x<=z & z\y<=z\x holds x<=y )
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
A1: (for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=z & z\y<=z\x holds x<=y) implies X
is BCI-commutative
proof
assume
A2: for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=z & z\y<=z\x holds x<=y;
for x,z being Element of X holds (x\z=0.X implies x = z\(z\x))
proof
let x,z be Element of X;
set y = z\(z\x);
(z\y)\(z\x) = (z\x)\(z\x) by BCIALG_1:8
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then
A3: (z\y)<=(z\x);
assume x\z=0.X;
then x<=z;
then x <= z\(z\x) by A2,A3;
then
A4: x\(z\(z\x)) = 0.X;
(z\(z\x))\x = (z\x)\(z\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis by A4,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
X is BCI-commutative implies for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=z & z\y
<=z\x holds x<=y
proof
assume
A5: X is BCI-commutative;
for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=z & z\y<=z\x holds x<=y
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
assume that
A6: x<=z and
A7: z\y<=z\x;
x\z = 0.X by A6;
then
A8: x = z\(z\x) by A5;
(z\y)\(z\x) = 0.X by A7;
then 0.X = x\y by A8,BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis by A1;
end;
theorem
for X being BCI-algebra holds (X is BCI-commutative iff for x,y,z
being Element of X st x<=y & x<=z holds x<=y\(y\z) )
proof
let X be BCI-algebra;
thus X is BCI-commutative implies for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=y & x<=
z holds x<=y\(y\z)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCI-commutative;
for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=y & x<=z holds x<=y\(y\z)
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
assume that
A2: x<=y and
A3: x<=z;
A4: x\z = 0.X by A3;
x\y = 0.X by A2;
then
A5: x = y\(y\x) by A1;
then x\(y\(y\z)) = (y\(y\(y\z)))\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\z)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:8
.= 0.X by A4,A5,BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A6: for x,y,z being Element of X st x<=y & x<=z holds x<=y\(y\z);
for x,y being Element of X st x\y=0.X holds x = y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\x =0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then
A7: x<=x;
assume x\y=0.X;
then x<=y;
then x<=y\(y\x) by A6,A7;
then
A8: x\(y\(y\x)) = 0.X;
(y\(y\x))\x = (y\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis by A8,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
begin :: Several Classes of BCK-algebra---bounded BCK-algebra
definition
let IT be BCK-algebra;
attr IT is bounded means
ex a be Element of IT st a is being_greatest;
end;
registration
cluster BCI-EXAMPLE -> bounded;
coherence
proof
set IT = BCI-EXAMPLE;
set a = the Element of IT;
IT is bounded
proof
take a;
for x being Element of IT holds x\a=0.IT by STRUCT_0:def 10;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
end;
registration
cluster bounded commutative for BCK-algebra;
existence
proof
take BCI-EXAMPLE;
thus thesis;
end;
end;
definition
let IT be bounded BCK-algebra;
attr IT is involutory means
for a being Element of IT st a is
being_greatest holds for x being Element of IT holds a\(a\x)=x;
end;
theorem Th22:
for X being bounded BCK-algebra holds (X is involutory iff for a
being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being Element of X
holds x\y = (a\y)\(a\x) )
proof
let X be bounded BCK-algebra;
thus X is involutory implies for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest
holds for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (a\y)\(a\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is involutory;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A2: a is being_greatest;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (a\y)\(a\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\y = (a\(a\x))\y by A1,A2
.= (a\y)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A3: for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being
Element of X holds x\y = (a\y)\(a\x);
let a be Element of X;
assume
A4: a is being_greatest;
now
let x be Element of X;
(a\(a\x))\0.X = (a\0.X)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= x\0.X by A3,A4
.= x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence a\(a\x)=x by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem Th23:
for X being bounded BCK-algebra holds (X is involutory iff for a
being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being Element of X
holds x\(a\y) = y\(a\x) )
proof
let X be bounded BCK-algebra;
thus X is involutory implies for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest
holds for x,y being Element of X holds x\(a\y) = y\(a\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is involutory;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A2: a is being_greatest;
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(a\y) = (a\(a\y))\(a\x) & y\(a\x) = (a\(a\x))\(a\y) by A1,A2,Th22;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:7;
end;
assume
A3: for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being
Element of X holds x\(a\y) = y\(a\x);
let a be Element of X;
assume
A4: a is being_greatest;
let x be Element of X;
a\(a\x) = x\(a\a) by A3,A4
.= x\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
for X being bounded BCK-algebra holds (X is involutory iff for a being
Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being Element of X holds x <=
a\y implies y <= a\x )
proof
let X be bounded BCK-algebra;
thus X is involutory implies for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest
holds for x,y being Element of X st x <= a\y holds y <= a\x
by Th23;
assume
A1: for a being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x,y being
Element of X st x <= a\y holds y <= a\x;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A2: a is being_greatest;
let x be Element of X;
(a\x)\(a\x) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (a\x)<=(a\x);
then x <= a\(a\x) by A1,A2;
then
A3: x\(a\(a\x)) = 0.X;
(a\(a\x))\x = (a\x)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
definition
let IT be BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of IT;
attr a is being_Iseki means
for x being Element of IT holds x\a=0.IT & a\x=a;
end;
definition
let IT be BCK-algebra;
attr IT is Iseki_extension means
ex a be Element of IT st a is being_Iseki;
end;
registration
cluster BCI-EXAMPLE -> Iseki_extension;
coherence
proof
set IT = BCI-EXAMPLE;
IT is Iseki_extension
proof
set a = the Element of IT;
take a;
for x being Element of IT holds x\a=0.IT & a\x=a by STRUCT_0:def 10;
hence thesis;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
end;
:: Commutative Ideal
definition
let X be BCK-algebra;
mode Commutative-Ideal of X -> non empty Subset of X means
:Def10:
0.X in it
& for x,y,z being Element of X st (x\y)\z in it & z in it holds x\(y\(y\x)) in
it;
existence
proof
set X1 = BCK-part(X);
A1: for x,y,z being Element of X st (x\y)\z in X1 & z in X1 holds x\(y\(y\
x)) in X1
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
assume that
(x\y)\z in X1 and
z in X1;
0.X\(x\(y\(y\x)))=(x\(y\(y\x)))` .= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then 0.X <= (x\(y\(y\x)));
hence thesis;
end;
0.X in X1 by BCIALG_1:19;
hence thesis by A1;
end;
end;
theorem
IT is Commutative-Ideal of X implies for x,y being Element of X st x\y
in IT holds x\(y\(y\x)) in IT
proof
assume
A1: IT is Commutative-Ideal of X;
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y in IT;
then
A2: (x\y)\0.X in IT by BCIALG_1:2;
thus thesis by A1,A2,Def10;
end;
theorem Th26:
for X being BCK-algebra st IT is Commutative-Ideal of X holds IT
is Ideal of X
proof
let X be BCK-algebra;
assume
A1: IT is Commutative-Ideal of X;
A2: for x,y being Element of X st x\y in IT & y in IT holds x in IT
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume that
A3: x\y in IT and
A4: y in IT;
A5: x\(0.X\(0.X\x)) = x\(0.X\x`) .= x\(0.X\0.X) by BCIALG_1:def 8
.= x\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x by BCIALG_1:2;
(x\0.X)\y in IT by A3,BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by A1,A4,A5,Def10;
end;
0.X in IT by A1,Def10;
hence thesis by A1,A2,BCIALG_1:def 18;
end;
theorem
IT is Commutative-Ideal of X implies for x,y being Element of X st x\(
x\y) in IT holds (y\(y\x))\(x\y) in IT
proof
assume IT is Commutative-Ideal of X;
then
A1: IT is Ideal of X by Th26;
let x,y be Element of X;
((y\(y\x))\(x\y))\(x\(x\y)) = ((y\(x\y))\(y\x))\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:11;
then
A2: (y\(y\x))\(x\y) <= x\(x\y);
assume x\(x\y) in IT;
hence thesis by A1,A2,BCIALG_1:46;
end;
begin :: Several Classes of BCK-algebra---implicative BCK-algebra
definition
let IT be BCK-algebra;
attr IT is BCK-positive-implicative means
:Def11:
for x,y,z being Element of IT holds (x\y)\z=(x\z)\(y\z);
attr IT is BCK-implicative means
:Def12:
for x,y being Element of IT holds x \(y\x)=x;
end;
registration
cluster BCI-EXAMPLE -> BCK-positive-implicative BCK-implicative;
coherence
by STRUCT_0:def 10;
end;
registration
cluster Iseki_extension BCK-positive-implicative BCK-implicative bounded
commutative for BCK-algebra;
existence
proof
take BCI-EXAMPLE;
thus thesis;
end;
end;
theorem Th28:
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being
Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element
of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\y)\y = (x\y)\(y\y) by A1,Def11
.= (x\y)\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y;
for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\y)\z=(x\z)\(y\z)
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
(y\z)\y = (y\y)\z by BCIALG_1:7
.= z` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then y\z <= y;
then (x\z)\y <= (x\z)\(y\z) by BCIALG_1:5;
then ((x\z)\y)\((x\z)\(y\z)) = 0.X;
then
A3: ((x\y)\z)\((x\z)\(y\z)) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:7;
((x\z)\(y\z))\((x\y)\z) = (((x\z)\z)\(y\z))\((x\y)\z) by A2
.= (((x\z)\z)\(y\z))\((x\z)\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 3;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Def11;
end;
theorem Th29:
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being
Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = x\(x\(y\(y\x)))
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element
of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = x\(x\(y\(y\x)))
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = x\(x\(y\(y\x)))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\y = (x\y)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (x\(x\y)) <= y;
then
A2: (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) <= y\(y\(y\x)) by BCIALG_1:5;
(x\(x\y))\(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) = (x\(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))))\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\(y\(y\x)))\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\(x\y))\(y\(y\x)) by BCIALG_1:7;
then (x\(x\y))\(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= y\x by A2,BCIALG_1:8;
then ((x\(x\y))\(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))))\(y\x) = 0.X;
then
A3: ((x\(x\y))\(y\x))\(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) =0.X by BCIALG_1:7;
(y\(y\x))\x = (y\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (y\(y\x)) <= x;
then (y\(y\x))\(y\x) <= x\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
then (y\(y\x)) <= x\(y\x) by A1,Th28;
then
A4: (y\(y\x))\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X;
(x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\(y\x)) = (x\(y\(y\x)))\(x\(y\(y\x))) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by A4,BCIALG_1:3;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(y\x));
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(x\(y\(y\x))) <= (x\(y\x))\(x\(y\(y\x))) by
BCIALG_1:5;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(x\(y\(y\x))) <= (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\x) by
BCIALG_1:7;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\x) by A1,Th28;
then
A5: (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\((x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\x)) = 0.X;
(y\(y\x))\y = (y\y)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then (y\(y\x)) <= y;
then x\y <= x\(y\(y\x)) by BCIALG_1:5;
then x\(x\(y\(y\x))) <= x\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:5;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\x) <= x\(x\y)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
then ((x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(y\x))\(x\(x\y)\(y\x)) = 0.X;
then (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\(x\(x\y)\(y\x)) = 0.X by A5,BCIALG_1:3;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A6: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = x\(x\(y\(y\x)));
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A7: (x\y)\((x\y)\(x\(x\(x\y)))) = (x\y)\((x\y)\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\y)\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:2;
((x\y)\((x\y)\x))\(x\(x\y))=((x\y)\((x\x)\y))\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:7
.=((x\y)\y`)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:def 5
.=((x\y)\0.X)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:def 8
.=(x\y)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:2
.=(x\(x\(x\y)))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.=(x\y)\y by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by A6,A7;
end;
hence thesis by Th28;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of
X holds x\y = (x\y)\(x\(x\y))
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element
of X holds x\y = (x\y)\(x\(x\y))
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
A2: ((x\y)\((x\y)\x))\(x\(x\y))=((x\y)\((x\x)\y))\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:7
.=((x\y)\y`)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:def 5
.=((x\y)\0.X)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:def 8
.=(x\y)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:2;
(x\y)\((x\y)\(x\(x\(x\y)))) = (x\y)\((x\y)\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\y)\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by A1,A2,Th29;
end;
assume
A3: for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\(x\(x\y));
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\y)\(x\(x\y)) = (x\(x\(x\y)))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\y)\y by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by A3;
end;
hence thesis by Th28;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y,z being Element
of X holds (x\z)\(y\z) <= (x\y)\z
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,z being
Element of X holds (x\z)\(y\z) <= (x\y)\z
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y,z be Element of X;
((x\z)\(y\z))\((x\y)\z) = ((x\z)\(y\z))\((x\z)\(y\z)) by A1,Def11
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\z)\(y\z) <= (x\y)\z;
for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\y)\z=(x\z)\(y\z)
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
(y\z)\y = (y\y)\z by BCIALG_1:7
.= z` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then y\z <= y;
then x\y <= x\(y\z) by BCIALG_1:5;
then ((x\y)\z) <= ((x\(y\z))\z) by BCIALG_1:5;
then ((x\y)\z)\((x\(y\z))\z) = 0.X;
then
A3: ((x\y)\z)\((x\z)\(y\z)) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:7;
(x\z)\(y\z) <= (x\y)\z by A2;
then ((x\z)\(y\z))\((x\y)\z) = 0.X;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Def11;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of
X holds x\y <= (x\y)\y
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element
of X holds x\y <= (x\y)\y
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\y)\((x\y)\y) = ((x\y)\y)\((x\y)\y) by A1,Th28
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\y <= (x\y)\y;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\y <= (x\y)\y by A2;
then
A3: (x\y)\((x\y)\y) = 0.X;
((x\y)\y)\(x\y) = ((x\y)\(x\y))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= y` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Th28;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of
X holds (x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(x\y))\(y\x)
proof
thus X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element
of X holds (x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(x\y))\(y\x)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) \((x\(x\y))\(y\x)) = ((x\(x\(y\(y\x)))))\((x\(x\(y\(
y\x))))) by A1,Th29
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(x\y))\(y\x );
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = x\(x\(y\(y\x)))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\(y\(y\x)))) <= (x\(x\y))\(y\x) by A2;
then
A3: (x\(x\(y\(y\x))))\((x\(x\y))\(y\x)) = 0.X;
((x\(x\y))\(y\x))\(x\(x\(y\(y\x))))=0.X by BCIALG_1:10;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Th29;
end;
theorem Th34:
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff X is commutative
BCK-algebra & X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies X is commutative BCK-algebra &
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) <= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\y = (x\y)\(x\y) by BCIALG_1:7
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (x\(x\y)) <= y;
then (x\(x\y))\(y\x) <= y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
then (x\(y\x))\(x\y) <= y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis by A1,Def12;
end;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\y)\(y\(x\y))=(x\y) by A1,Def12;
hence thesis by A1,Def12;
end;
hence thesis by A2,Th1,Th28;
end;
assume that
A3: X is commutative BCK-algebra and
A4: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\(x\(y\x))) = x\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:8;
then
A5: x\(y\x) = x\((y\x)\((y\x)\x)) by A3,Def1;
(y\x)\((y\x)\x) = (y\x)\(y\x) by A4,Th28
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
hence thesis by A5,BCIALG_1:2;
end;
hence thesis by Def12;
end;
theorem Th35:
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X
holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X
holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
X is commutative BCK-algebra by A1,Th34;
then (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y) by Def1
.= (y\(x\y))\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis by A1,Def12;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y)=y\(y\x);
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y)\y = x\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A3: (x\(x\(x\y)))\(x\(x\y)) = (x\y)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\(x\(x\y)))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\y)\y by BCIALG_1:8;
A4: (x\y)\x = (x\x)\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= y` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
(x\(x\(x\y)))\(x\(x\y)) = ((x\y)\((x\y)\x)) by A2;
hence thesis by A3,A4,BCIALG_1:2;
end;
then
A5: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by Th28;
for x,y being Element of X holds ( x<= y implies x= y\(y\x) )
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x<=y;
then
A6: x\y = 0.X;
then (y\(y\x)) = (x\(x\y))\0.X by A2
.= (x\0.X) by A6,BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
then X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th5;
hence thesis by A5,Th34;
end;
theorem
for X being non empty BCIStr_0 holds (X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra
iff for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y) = ((y\z)\(y\
x))\(x\y) )
proof
let X be non empty BCIStr_0;
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,z being Element of X
holds x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y) = ((y\z)\(y\x))\(x\y)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
then
A2: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th34;
let x,y,z be Element of X;
A3: x\(0.X\y) = x\y` .= x\0.X by A1,BCIALG_1:def 8
.= x by A1,BCIALG_1:2;
((y\z)\(y\x))\(x\y) = ((y\z)\(x\y))\(y\x) by A1,BCIALG_1:7
.= ((y\(x\y))\z)\(y\x) by A1,BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\z)\(y\x) by A1,Def12
.= (y\(y\x))\z by A1,BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\(x\y))\z by A2,Def1
.= (x\z)\(x\y) by A1,BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis by A3;
end;
assume
A4: for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(0.X\y) = x & (x\z)\(x\y) = ((y
\z)\(y\x))\(x\y);
A5: for x,y being Element of X holds x\0.X = x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
0.X\(0.X\0.X) = 0.X by A4;
hence thesis by A4;
end;
A6: for x,y being Element of X st x\y=0.X & y\x=0.X holds x = y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x\y=0.X & y\x=0.X;
then (x\0.X)\0.X = ((y\0.X)\0.X)\0.X by A4
.= (y\0.X)\0.X by A5;
then (x\0.X) = (y\0.X)\0.X by A5
.= (y\0.X) by A5;
hence x = (y\0.X) by A5
.= y by A5;
end;
A7: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\y) = (x\0.X)\(x\y) by A5
.= ((y\0.X)\(y\x))\(x\y) by A4;
hence thesis by A5;
end;
A8: for y being Element of X holds y\y = 0.X
proof
let y be Element of X;
0.X\(0.X\y) = (y\(y\0.X))\(0.X\y) by A7
.= (y\y)\(0.X\y) by A5
.= y\y by A4;
hence thesis by A4;
end;
A9: for x being Element of X holds 0.X\x = 0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
(0.X\x)\(0.X\x) = 0.X\x by A4;
hence thesis by A8;
end;
A10: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y)\x = 0.X
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\y)\x = (x\y)\(x\0.X) by A5
.= ((0.X\y)\(0.X\x))\(x\0.X) by A4
.= ((0.X)\(0.X\x))\(x\0.X) by A9
.= 0.X\(x\0.X) by A9;
hence thesis by A9;
end;
A11: for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\z)\(x\y))\((y\z)\(y\x)) = 0.X
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
(((y\z)\(y\x))\(x\y))\((y\z)\(y\x)) = 0.X by A10;
hence thesis by A4;
end;
A12: for x,y,z being Element of X holds ((x\z)\(x\y)) = ((y\z)\(y\x))
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
((y\z)\(y\x))\((x\z)\(x\y)) = 0.X & ((x\z)\(x\y))\((y\z)\(y\x)) = 0.X
by A11;
hence thesis by A6;
end;
then
A13: X is commutative BCK-algebra by A4,Th6;
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\y) = (y\(y\x)) by A13,Def1;
hence thesis by A7;
end;
hence thesis by A4,A12,Th6,Th35;
end;
Lm1: for X being bounded BCK-algebra holds (X is BCK-implicative implies for a
being Element of X st a is being_greatest holds for x being Element of X holds
a\(a\x)=x )
proof
let X be bounded BCK-algebra;
assume X is BCK-implicative;
then
A1: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th34;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A2: a is being_greatest;
let x be Element of X;
a\(a\x) = x\(x\a) by A1,Def1
.= x\0.X by A2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
theorem Th37:
for X being bounded BCK-algebra,a being Element of X st a is
being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff X is involutory & X is
BCK-positive-implicative )
proof
let X be bounded BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies X is involutory & X is
BCK-positive-implicative
by Lm1,Th34;
assume that
A2: X is involutory and
A3: X is BCK-positive-implicative;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
y\a = 0.X by A1;
then y<=a;
then
A4: y\x <= a\x by BCIALG_1:5;
x\(a\x) = (a\(a\x))\(a\x) by A1,A2
.= a\(a\x) by A3,Th28
.= x by A1,A2;
then x <= x\(y\x) by A4,BCIALG_1:5;
then
A5: x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X;
(x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A5,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X
holds x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\(y\x)) = x\x by A1,Def12;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:def 5;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A3: (x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by A2;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Def12;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
(x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X
holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
let x,y be Element of X;
X is commutative BCK-algebra by A1,Th34;
then y\(y\(x\(x\y))) = y\(y\(y\(y\x))) by Def1
.= y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by A1,Th35;
end;
assume
A2: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)));
A3: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\y)\y = x\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A4: (x\y)\((x\y)\(x\(x\(x\y)))) = (x\y)\((x\y)\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\y)\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= x\y by BCIALG_1:2;
(x\(x\(x\y)))\(x\(x\y)) = (x\y)\(x\(x\y)) by BCIALG_1:8
.= (x\(x\(x\y)))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\y)\y by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by A2,A4;
end;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y)))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\y) = (x\(x\y))\(x\y) by A3;
hence thesis by A2;
end;
then
A5: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th4;
for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\(x\(x\y))) by A2
.= y\(y\(y\(y\x))) by A5,Def1;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:8;
end;
hence thesis by Th35;
end;
theorem Th40:
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y,z being Element of
X holds (x\z)\(x\y) = (y\z)\((y\x)\z)
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,z being Element of X
holds (x\z)\(x\y) = (y\z)\((y\x)\z)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
then
A2: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th34;
let x,y,z be Element of X;
A3: (x\z)\(x\y) = (x\(x\y))\z by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\(y\x))\z by A2,Def1;
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by A1,Th34;
hence thesis by A3,Def11;
end;
assume
A4: for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\z)\(x\y)=(y\z)\((y\x)\z);
A5: for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y)= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\0.X)\(x\y) = (y\0.X)\((y\x)\0.X) by A4;
then (x\0.X)\(x\y) = y\((y\x)\0.X) by BCIALG_1:2;
then (x\0.X)\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
for x,y being Element of X holds (y\(y\x))\(y\x) = x\(x\y)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(y\x))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\((y\x)\(y\x)) by A4;
then (x\(y\x))\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then (x\(y\x))\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
then (x\(x\y))\(y\x) = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7;
then (y\(y\x))\(y\x) = y\(y\x) by A5;
hence thesis by A5;
end;
then for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\x);
hence thesis by Th35;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y,z being Element of X
holds x\(x\(y\z)) = (y\z)\((y\z)\(x\z))
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y,z being Element of X
holds x\(x\(y\z)) = (y\z)\((y\z)\(x\z))
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
then
A2: X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by Th34;
for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(x\(y\z)) = (y\z)\((y\z)\(x\z))
proof
let x,y,z be Element of X;
(x\0.X)\(x\(y\z)) = ((y\z)\0.X)\(((y\z)\x)\0.X) by A1,Th40;
then x\(x\(y\z)) = ((y\z)\0.X)\(((y\z)\x)\0.X) by BCIALG_1:2
.= (y\z)\(((y\z)\x)\0.X) by BCIALG_1:2;
then x\(x\(y\z)) = (y\z)\((y\z)\x) by BCIALG_1:2
.= (y\z)\((y\x)\z) by BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis by A2,Def11;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A3: for x,y,z being Element of X holds x\(x\(y\z)) = (y\z)\((y\z)\(x\z));
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
x\(x\(y\x)) = (y\x)\((y\x)\(x\x)) by A3;
then x\(x\(y\x)) = (y\x)\((y\x)\0.X) by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then x\(x\(y\x)) = (y\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
then
A4: x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
(x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A4,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis by Def12;
end;
theorem
X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra iff for x,y being Element of X holds
(x\(x\y)) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y)
proof
thus X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra implies for x,y being Element of X
holds (x\(x\y)) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y)
proof
assume
A1: X is BCK-implicative BCK-algebra;
then
A2: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th34;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(x\y) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(x\(x\y))\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by A1,Th35;
then (y\(y\x))\(x\y) = y\(y\x) by A2,Def1;
hence thesis by A2,Def1;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A3: for x,y being Element of X holds (x\(x\y)) = (y\(y\x))\(x\y);
for x,y being Element of X st x<= y holds x= y\(y\x)
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
assume x<=y;
then x\y = 0.X;
then (x\0.X) = (y\(y\x))\0.X by A3;
then (x\0.X) = y\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
then
A4: X is commutative BCK-algebra by Th5;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\y = (x\y)\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A5: (x\y)\x = (x\x)\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= y` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
(x\(x\(x\y))) = ((x\y)\((x\y)\x))\(x\(x\y)) by A3;
then (x\(x\(x\y))) = (x\y)\(x\(x\y)) by A5,BCIALG_1:2
.= (x\(x\(x\y)))\y by BCIALG_1:7
.= (x\y)\y by BCIALG_1:8;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:8;
end;
then X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by Th28;
hence thesis by A4,Th34;
end;
theorem Th43:
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X
st a is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x being Element of X
holds (a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\((a\x
)\x) = 0.X
proof
assume
A2: X is BCK-implicative;
let x be Element of X;
(a\x)\((a\x)\x) = x\(x\(a\x)) by Def1
.= x\x by A2;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:def 5;
end;
assume
A3: for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X by A3;
then
A4: x\(x\(a\x)) = 0.X by Def1;
y\a = 0.X by A1;
then y<=a;
then y\x <= a\x by BCIALG_1:5;
then
A5: x\(a\x) <= x\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
(x\(a\x))\x = (x\x)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (a\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then x\(a\x) = x by A4,BCIALG_1:def 7;
then
A6: x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by A5;
(x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A6,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X st a
is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x being Element of X
holds x\(a\x) = x )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x being Element of X holds x\(a\x) = x;
assume
A2: for x being Element of X holds x\(a\x) = x;
for x,y being Element of X holds x\(y\x)=x
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
A3: (x\(a\x))\x = (x\x)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (a\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
y\a = 0.X by A1;
then y<=a;
then y\x <= a\x by BCIALG_1:5;
then
A4: x\(a\x) <= x\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
x\(x\(a\x)) = x\x by A2
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then x\(a\x) = x by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
then
A5: x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by A4;
(x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A5,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
hence thesis;
end;
theorem
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X st a
is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x being Element of X
holds (a\x)\x = (a\x) )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\x = (
a\x)
proof
assume
A2: X is BCK-implicative;
let x be Element of X;
A3: ((a\x)\x)\(a\x) = ((a\x)\(a\x))\x by BCIALG_1:7
.= x` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
(a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X by A1,A2,Th43;
hence thesis by A3,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
assume
A4: for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\x = (a\x);
let x,y be Element of X;
(a\x)\((a\x)\x) = (a\x)\(a\x) by A4
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then
A5: x\(x\(a\x)) = 0.X by Def1;
y\a = 0.X by A1;
then y<=a;
then y\x <= a\x by BCIALG_1:5;
then
A6: x\(a\x) <= x\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:5;
(x\(a\x))\x = (x\x)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (a\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then x\(a\x) = x by A5,BCIALG_1:def 7;
then
A7: x\(x\(y\x)) = 0.X by A6;
(x\(y\x))\x = (x\x)\(y\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= (y\x)` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
hence thesis by A7,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
theorem Th46:
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X
st a is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x,y being Element of
X holds (a\y)\((a\y)\x) = x\y )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x,y being Element of X holds (a\y)\((a
\y)\x) = x\y
proof
assume
A2: X is BCK-implicative;
let x,y be Element of X;
X is involutory by A2,Th37;
then
A3: x\(a\y) = y\(a\x) by A1,Th23;
A4: (a\y)\((a\y)\x) = x\(x\(a\y)) by Def1;
(y\(a\x))\y = (y\y)\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:7
.= ((a\x))` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then x\(a\y) <= y by A3;
then x\y <= (a\y)\((a\y)\x) by A4,BCIALG_1:5;
then
A5: (x\y)\((a\y)\((a\y)\x)) = 0.X;
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by A2,Th34;
then (a\y)= (a\y)\y by Th28;
then ((a\y)\((a\y)\x))\(x\y) = 0.X by BCIALG_1:1;
hence thesis by A5,BCIALG_1:def 7;
end;
assume
A6: for x,y being Element of X holds (a\y)\((a\y)\x) = x\y;
for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
(a\x)\((a\x)\x) = x\x by A6;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:def 5;
end;
hence thesis by A1,Th43;
end;
theorem Th47:
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X
st a is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x,y being Element of
X holds y\(y\x) = x\(a\y) )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x,y being Element of X holds y\(y\x) =
x\(a\y)
proof
assume
A2: X is BCK-implicative;
let x,y be Element of X;
y\(y\x) = x\(x\y) by Def1
.= x\((a\y)\((a\y)\x)) by A1,A2,Th46
.= x\(x\(x\(a\y))) by Def1;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:8;
end;
assume
A3: for x,y being Element of X holds y\(y\x) = x\(a\y);
for x,y being Element of X holds (a\y)\((a\y)\x) = x\y
proof
let x,y be Element of X;
(a\y)\((a\y)\x) = x\(a\(a\y)) by A3
.= x\(y\(y\a)) by Def1
.= x\(y\0.X) by A1;
hence thesis by BCIALG_1:2;
end;
hence thesis by A1,Th46;
end;
theorem
for X being bounded commutative BCK-algebra,a being Element of X st a
is being_greatest holds (X is BCK-implicative iff for x,y,z being Element of X
holds (x\(y\z))\(x\y) <= x\(a\z) )
proof
let X be bounded commutative BCK-algebra;
let a be Element of X;
assume
A1: a is being_greatest;
thus X is BCK-implicative implies for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\(y\z
))\(x\y) <= x\(a\z)
proof
assume
A2: X is BCK-implicative;
let x,y,z be Element of X;
X is BCK-positive-implicative BCK-algebra by A2,Th34;
then
A3: ((x\(y\z))\(x\(x\z)))\((x\y)\z) = ((x\(y\z))\(x\(x\z)))\((x\z)\(y\z))
by Def11
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:1;
((x\y)\z)\(x\y) = ((x\y)\(x\y))\z by BCIALG_1:7
.= z` by BCIALG_1:def 5
.= 0.X by BCIALG_1:def 8;
then
A4: ((x\(y\z))\(x\(x\z)))\(x\y) = 0.X by A3,BCIALG_1:3;
((x\(y\z))\(x\y))\(x\(a\z)) = ((x\(y\z))\(x\y))\(z\(z\x)) by A1,A2,Th47
.= ((x\(y\z))\(x\y))\(x\(x\z)) by Def1
.= 0.X by A4,BCIALG_1:7;
hence thesis;
end;
assume
A5: for x,y,z being Element of X holds (x\(y\z))\(x\y) <= x\(a\z);
for x being Element of X holds (a\x)\((a\x)\x) = 0.X
proof
let x be Element of X;
(x\(x\x))\(x\x) <= x\(a\x) by A5;
then (x\(0.X))\(x\x) <= x\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then x\(x\x) <= x\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
then x\0.X <= x\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:def 5;
then x <= x\(a\x) by BCIALG_1:2;
then x\(x\(a\x)) = 0.X;
hence thesis by Def1;
end;
hence thesis by A1,Th43;
end;