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Which characterize the synonymy classes. Since the above definitions were given in a very general setting, we should restrict our investigation to particular valuations. To this end, in this paper we shall only consider the valuations in the ring of integers Z with the usual addition and multiplication. Of course, other semirings may be considered as well, 27 but we have chosen this semiring because it is the most natural and simple one. Even so, the problems we considered appeared t o be very difficult.
XWy,xW) (4) with i E I , x a variable, and the y j (w - 1)-words of height at most 1 which are 1 in groups. Proof. Since V 2 S1, the local semillatice B2 belongs to C V . Note that C V is defined by the pseudoidentities of the form (4)where x , y1 , , .. ,Y n are distinct variables and u i , q depend on the same n variables. 24, g C V is defined by the pseudoidentities of the form (4) viewed over the corresponding most general graph supporting both sides. But, for the variables x,yk the equivalence relation defining r identifies x with 2-l and y;', and also identifies Y k with x-'.
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