Lattice Tolerance

Let L=(L, ^ , v ) be a lattice, and let tau subset= L^2. Then tau is a tolerance if and only if it is a reflexive and symmetric sublattice of L^2.

Tolerances of lattices, with their related polarities, play an important role in the study of the structure of finite algebras.

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