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First-order definable retraction problems for posets and reflexive graphs.

Dalmau, V. and Krokhin, A. and Larose, B. (2004) 'First-order definable retraction problems for posets and reflexive graphs.', in 19th annual IEEE symposium on logic in computer science, LICS'04, 13-17 July 2004, Turku, Finland ; proceedings. , pp. 232-241.

Abstract

A retraction from a structure P to its substructure Q is a homomorphism from P onto Q that is the identity on Q. We present an algebraic condition which completely characterises all posets and all reflexive graphs Q with the following property: the class of all posets or reflexive graphs, respectively, that admit a retraction onto Q is first-order definable.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/LICS.2004.1319617
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