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**Finitely generated algebraic structures with various divisibility conditions.**
*(English)*
Zbl 1254.16041

Let \((P,+,\cdot)\) be a parasemifield, i.e. a commutative semiring such that \((P,\cdot)\) is an Abelian group. It is shown that no such parasemifield can be generated as a semiring by a single element. Now, assume that \(P\) is generated by two elements \(x\neq y\). If \((P,+)\) is not idempotent, denote by \(Q\cong\mathbb Q^+\) the prime subparasemifield of \(P\) and define \(S=\{u\in P\mid Q\cap (P+u)\neq\emptyset\}\) and \(T=Q+S\). Then \(T\subset S\subset P\), \(S\) is a subsemiring of \(P\) and \(T\) an additively cancellative subparasemifield of \(P\). Moreover, the sets \(A=\{(k,l)\in\mathbb N_0^2\mid x^ky^l\in S\}\) and \(B=\{(k,l)\in\mathbb N_0^2\mid x^ky^l\in T\}\) of integral lattice points are subsemigroups of \((\mathbb N_0^2,+)\). By analyzing specific algebraic and topological properties of these subsemigroups, the main result is proved: any parasemifield that is two-generated as a semiring is additively idempotent. By direct constructions it is also shown that every countable groupoid is a subgroupoid of a one-generated congruence-simple division groupoid, and that every countable cancellative groupoid is a subgroupoid of a one-generated quasigroup.

Reviewer: Udo Hebisch (Freiberg)

### Keywords:

congruence-simple division groupoids; quasigroups; finitely generated semirings; parasemifields
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