On Closed Fully Stable Acts
The purpose of this paper is to introduce and study closed fully stable acts as a concept of generalization of fully stable acts. Some properties and characterizations of the class of closed fully stable acts are considered.T he relations between this class and other well classes of acts, like quasi-injective acts and other classes of injectivity are discussed.
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