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A hoop is a naturally ordered pocrim (i.e., a partially ordered com-mutative residuated integral monoid). We list some basic properties of hoops, describe in detail the structure of subdirectly irreducible hoops, and establish that the class of hoops, which is a variety, is generated, as a quasivariety, by its nite members.

- P. Aglianò, Isabel M. A. Ferreirim, Franco Montagna
- Studia Logica
- 2007

- Isabel M. A. Ferreirim
- Reports on Mathematical Logic
- 2000

- Isabel M. A. Ferreirim
- Reports on Mathematical Logic
- 2002

- Stanley Burris, Isabel M. A. Ferreirim
- Reports on Mathematical Logic
- 1994

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