Upper singular braid monoid SBn+

Authors

  • Panagiote Ligouras I.I.S.S. “Da Vinci – Agherbino” – Noci (BA)

Keywords:

Braid, Upper singular braid, Upper singular braid monoids

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to describe the structure of SB n+monoids and prove some new properties. The second purpose of the article is to present the experience carried out with mathematics teachers and students from 17 to 21 years old concerning SB n + monoids and observe how these concepts were perceived.

Author Biography

Panagiote Ligouras, I.I.S.S. “Da Vinci – Agherbino” – Noci (BA)

Researcher and teacher of mathematics and computer science. Passionate about mathematical problem-solving, ICT, didactic communication and online and Blended educational activities. It also deals with learning and evaluation processes in various training and system contexts.
He is the author of numerous scientific papers.

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Published

2020-07-15

How to Cite

Ligouras, P. (2020). Upper singular braid monoid SBn+. EDiMaST: Experiences of Teaching With Mathematics, Sciences and Technology, 5, 675-687. Retrieved from https://www.edimast.it/index.php/edimast/article/view/68

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