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 n. A partially ordered set.
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BYRNES: Well, I studied a class of two player games, called poset games.

Conversely, an orthocomplemented poset is orthomodular iff

The lemma tells us that every orthocoherent orthoalgebra is, inter alia, an orthomodular poset.

Mackey presents a sequence of six axioms, framing a very conservative generalized probability theory, that underwrite the construction of a ˜logic™ of experimental propositions, or, in his terminology, ˜questions™, having the structure of a sigmaorthomodular poset.

The outstanding problem, for Mackey, was to explain why this poset ought to be isomorphic to

While readin your poset i had a dish in my mind but then there it was no Non Veg.

Blank – de rien – mfi has taught me so much and his writing reminds me daily of the reality of what we fight and fight for – if you have not read his poset titled “why I fight”, look for it.

Latin School developed the first major theorem applying to all poset (twoplayer) games.

So I found the first major theorem that tied to all poset games, so I tied this family of unrelated games together into a unified field of math.

In set theory, a tree is a partially ordered set (poset) (T,
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