Lattice drawings and morphisms
Let L → H be a lattice homomorphism and let a "readable" drawing of H be given. It is natural to make use of it to try getting a clear(er) drawing of L. Hence, the following question is explored: How the knowledge of the congruence lattice Con(L) of L can help in getting "better" drawings of L? This will be done by proposing rank shelling procedures of (M(Con(L),≤) and will be illustrated with examples coming either from math. or social sciences.
Duquenne, V. (2010)., Lattice drawings and morphisms, in L. Kwuida & B. Sertkaya (eds.), Formal concept analysis, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 88-103.
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