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Poloids from the Points of View of Partial Transformations and Category Theory

Dan Jonsson

Published 2017-10-12Version 1

Monoids and groupoids are examples of poloids. On the one hand, poloids can be regarded as one-sorted categories; on the other hand, poloids can be represented by partial magmas of partial transformations. In this article, poloids are considered from these two points of view.

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