Monofunctors as reflectors

Ringel CM (1971)
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 161: 293-306.

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In a well-powered and co-well-powered complete category K with weak amalgamations, the class M of all reflective subcategories with a monofunctor as reflector forms a complete lattice; the limit-closure of the union of any class of elements of M belongs to M. If K has injective envelopes, then the set-theoretical intersection of any class of elements of M belongs to M.
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Ringel CM. Monofunctors as reflectors. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society. 1971;161:293-306.
Ringel, C. M. (1971). Monofunctors as reflectors. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 161, 293-306.
Ringel, C. M. (1971). Monofunctors as reflectors. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 161, 293-306.
Ringel, C.M., 1971. Monofunctors as reflectors. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 161, p 293-306.
C.M. Ringel, “Monofunctors as reflectors”, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 161, 1971, pp. 293-306.
Ringel, C.M.: Monofunctors as reflectors. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society. 161, 293-306 (1971).
Ringel, Claus Michael. “Monofunctors as reflectors”. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 161 (1971): 293-306.
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