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directoid; relative pseudocomplementation; filter; congruence distributivity; congruence weak regularity
The concept of relative pseudocomplement is introduced in a commutative directoid. It is shown that the operation of relative pseudocomplementation can be characterized by identities and hence the class of these algebras forms a variety. This variety is congruence weakly regular and congruence distributive. A description of congruences via their kernels is presented and the kernels are characterized as the so-called $p$-ideals.
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