By Halas L., Hort D.
We represent completely ordered units in the classification of all ordered units containing no less than four-element chains. We use an easy dating among their isotone alterations and the so known as 1-endomorphism that's brought within the paper. Later we describe 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-homomorphisms of ordered units within the language of great powerful mappings.
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