i searched at amazon for books, and find some books about this topic, and i wonder what does this topic cover?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

in one book it states that:"The main theme is that standard algebraic results (representations) translate into standard logical results (completeness). "

ok i understand what completeness is, but what does it have to do with (if i'm right here) represntation theory of groups (unless there are other representations)?

and the book also says that it covers:"...gaggles, distributoids, partial- gaggles, and tonoids", what are they? (i tried wiki and mathworld and didn't find anything about them).

here's a link to the book:

http://www.oup.co.uk/isbn/0-19-853192-3

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