List of Order Theory Topics - Special Types of Partial Orders

Special Types of Partial Orders

  • Completeness (order theory)
  • Dense order
  • Distributivity (order theory)
    • modular lattice
    • distributive lattice
    • completely distributive lattice
  • Ascending chain condition
    • Infinite descending chain
  • Countable chain condition, often abbreviated as ccc
  • Knaster's condition, sometimes denoted property (K)

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