by Javtokas, Algirdas
We begin with a question: 'Can we define consistent algebraic structure with infinitely many identity elements?' For this purpose we proceed with a definition of a beta group, where infinitely many identity elements are allowed and every 'normal' element has infinitely many inverse elements. The investigation of such complicated structure occupies main part of the text.
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