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Lawson, Mark V. - Department of Mathematics, University of Wales, Bangor
A class of subgroups of Thompson's group V Mark V. Lawson
A class of subgroups of Thompson's group V Mark V. Lawson
MORITA EQUIVALENCE OF SEMIGROUPS WITH LOCAL M. V. LAWSON
Orthogonal completions of the polycyclic monoids Mark V. Lawson
Self-similar group actions and a paper of David Rees
MORITA EQUIVALENCE OF SEMIGROUPS WITH LOCAL M. V. LAWSON
Zappa-Szep products of free monoids and groups Mark V. Lawson
Selfsimilar group actions and a paper of David Rees
A monoid associated with a selfsimilar group Mark V. Lawson
Primitive partial permutation representations of the polycyclic monoids and branching function
The polycyclic monoids Pn the Thompson groups Vn,1
The polycyclic monoids P n the Thompson groups V n,1
Characterisations of Morita equivalent inverse J. Funk M. V. Lawson B. Steinberg
A monoid associated with a self-similar group Mark V. Lawson
Primitive partial permutation representations of the polycyclic monoids and branching function
ZappaSzep products of free monoids and groups Mark V. Lawson
A NONCOMMUTATIVE GENERALIZATION OF STONE M. V. LAWSON
A correspondence between a class of monoids selfsimilar group actions I
A correspondence between balanced varieties and inverse monoids
Finite automata M. V. Lawson
April 24, 2006 14:38 Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in McAlister IN McALISTER'S FOOTSTEPS
Orthogonal completions of the polycyclic monoids Mark V. Lawson
Semigroups related to subshifts of graphs Mark V. Lawson
Characterisations of Morita equivalent inverse J. Funk M. V. Lawson B. Steinberg
A NON-COMMUTATIVE GENERALIZATION OF STONE M. V. LAWSON
April 24, 2006 14:38 Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in McAlister IN McALISTER'S FOOTSTEPS
A correspondence between balanced varieties and inverse monoids
Semigroups related to subshifts of graphs Mark V. Lawson
A correspondence between a class of monoids self-similar group actions I