Chain-Completeness and Fixed Points in Partially Ordered Sets


Affiliations

  • Government College, Department of Mathematics, 671 123, India
  • University of Mangalore, Department of Mathematics, Mangalore, 574 199, India

Abstract

In this paper different characterizations of chain-complete posets are given in terms of the fixed points of certain class of functions. Further, an error in the proof of a result of Taskovic is pointed out and a correct proof of the same is given.

Keywords

Poset, Chain-Completeness, Fixed Point Property.

Subject Discipline

Mathematical Sciences

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