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As a consequence, used very much in the theory of BAs, many topological theorems and concepts have consequences for BAs. This is an algebraic expression of the disjunctive normal form theorem of sentential logic.

Another general algebraic notion which applies to Boolean algebras is the notion of a free algebra. This can be concretely constructed for BAs.

There are many special classes of Boolean algebra which are important both for the intrinsic theory of BAs and for applications:. Much of the deeper theory of Boolean algebras, telling about their structure and classification, can be formulated in terms of certain functions defined for all Boolean algebras, with infinite cardinals as values. We define some of the more important of these cardinal functions, and state some of the known structural facts, mostly formulated in terms of them.

Every infinite complete BA has an independent subset of the same size as the algebra. Every interval algebra has countable independence. A superatomic algebra does not even have an infinite independent subset. Every tree algebra can be embedded in an interval algebra. A BA with only the identity automorphism is called rigid. There exist rigid complete BAs, also rigid interval algebras and rigid tree algebras. More recently, many cardinal functions of min-max type have been studied.

For example, small independence is the smallest size of an infinite maximal independent set; and small cellularity is the smallest size of an infinite partition of unity. A basic result of Tarski is that the elementary theory of Boolean algebras is decidable. Even the theory of Boolean algebras with a distinguished ideal is decidable.

## The Mathematics of Boolean Algebra (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

On the other hand, the theory of a Boolean algebra with a distinguished subalgebra is undecidable. Both the decidability results and undecidablity results extend in various ways to Boolean algebras in extensions of first-order logic. A very important construction, which carries over to many logics and many algebras other than Boolean algebras, is the construction of a Boolean algebra associated with the sentences in some logic.

The simplest case is sentential logic. Here there are sentence symbols, and common connectives building up longer sentences from them: disjunction, conjunction, and negation. Any BA is isomorphic to one of this form. One can do something similar for a first-order theory.

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## Schaum's outline of theory and problems of Boolean algebra and switching circuits

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