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Complete Boolean algebra

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  1. The completion of a Boolean algebra can be defined in several equivalent ways

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  2. a Boolean algebra in which every subset has a supremum

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  3. a term from mathematics

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  4. Complete Boolean algebras are used to construct boolean valued models of set theory in the theory of forcing

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  5. Every Boolean algebra A has an essentially unique completion, which is a complete Boolean algebra containing A such that every element is the supremum of some subset of A. As a partially ordered set, this completion of A is the Dedekind-MacNeille com

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