In this paper we construct a model for the free idempotent generated locally inverse semigroup on a set X. The elements of this model are special vertex-labeled bipartite trees with a pair of distinguished vertices. To describe this model, we need first to introduce a variation of a model for the free pseudosemilattice on a set X presented in Auinger and Oliveira (On the variety of strict pseudosemilattices. Stud Sci Math Hungarica 50:207–241, 2013). A construction of a graph associated with a regular semigroup was presented in Brittenham et al. (Subgroups of free idempotent generated semigroups need not be free. J Algebra 321:3026–3042, 2009) in order to give a first example of a free regular idempotent generated semigroup on a biordered set E with non-free maximal subgroups. If G is the graph associated with the free pseudosemilattice on X, we shall see that the models we present for the free pseudosemilattice on X and for the free idempotent generated locally inverse semigroup on X are closely related with the graph G.
Semigroup Forum – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 12, 2017
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