Publications of George F. McNulty

  1. George F. McNulty, George R. Holmes, deRosset Myers, Sandra Stader, and Angela Forand, Response Stability on a psychological instrument: A lattice theoretical supplement to traditional statistical measures, In progress.

  2. George F. McNulty and Ross Willard, The Chautauqua Problem, Tarski's Finite Basis Problem, and residual bounds for 3-element algebras, In progress.

  3. Ralph McKenzie, George F. McNulty and Ross Willard, Computational Recognition of Properties of Finite Algebras , In progress.

  4. Ralph Freese, Ralph N. McKenzie, Geroge F. McNulty, and Walter F. Taylor, Algebras, Lattices, Varieties. Vol. 2. , In progress.

  5. Marcel G. Jackson and George F. McNulty, The equational complexity of Lyndon's algebra. Algebra Universalis. (to appear).

  6. Sandra R. Stader, deRosset Myers , Jr., Angela Q. Forand, George R. Holmes, George F. McNulty,Linda Frey, and Staci S. Bolton Evaluation of the William S.~Hall Psychiatric Institute clinical psychology internship: a replication and extension. Pyschological Reports (to appear).

  7. George F. McNulty and Ju Wang, The class of subdirectly irreducible groups generated by a finite group is finitely axiomatizable, Submitted.

  8. George F. McNulty, Zoltán Székely, and Ross Willard, Equational complexity of the finite algebra membership problem. International Journal of Algebra and Computation. 18 (2008) 1283-1319.
  9. George F. McNulty, Residual finiteness and finite equational bases: undecidable properties of finite algebras Lectures on some recent work of Ralph McKenzie and Ross Willard. Preprint.

  10. George F. McNulty, The equational compatability problem for the real line. Algebra Universalis. 59 (2008) 259-275.
  11. Ralph Freese, George F. McNulty, and J. B. Nation, A modular inherently nonfinitely based lattice, Algebra Universalis. 55 (2006) 119-125.

  12. Kirby A. Baker, George F. McNulty and Ju Wang, An extension of Willard's Finite Basis Theorem: Congruence meet-semidistributive varieties of finite critical depth, Algebra Universalis. 52 (2004) 289-302.
  13. George F. McNulty, Minimum bases for equational theories of groups and rings: the work of Alfred Tarski and Thomas C. Green Annals of Pure and Applied Logic.127 (2004) 131-153.

  14. George R. Holmes, Aldo Galeazzi, Emilio Franceschina, George F. McNulty, Angela Q. Forand, Sandra R. Stader, deRosset Myers, Jr., and Harry H. Wright, A preliminary analysis of norms and reliability for the School Reinforcement Survey Schedule (SRSS): Italian and American early adolescents. Journal of Behavioral Education. 13 (2004) 117-133.

  15. Sandra R. Stader, George R. Holmes, Angela Q. Forand, deRosset Myers, Jr. and George F. McNulty, Comparison of scores for abused and nonabused young adults on the Psychological Trauma and Resources Scale. Psychological Reports. 94 (2004) 687-693.
  16. Ralph Freese, George F. McNulty, and J. B. Nation, Inherently nonfinitely based lattices, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 115 (2002) 175-193.

  17. William Lampe, George F. McNulty, and Ross Willard, Full duality among graph algebras and flat graph algebras, Algebra Universalis 45 (2001) 311-334.

  18. Brian Davey, Pawel Idziak, William Lampe, and George F. McNulty, Dualizability and graph algebras, Discrete Mathematics 214 (2000) 145-172.

  19. Zsolt Lengvarszky and George F. McNulty, Covering in the sublattice lattices of finite distributive lattices, Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society (Series A),65 (1998) 333-353.

  20. George Holmes, Angela Forand, deRosset Myers, Jr., Tami Leonhardt, Robert Ceasar, Michael Cuccaro, Melissa Hood, Sandra Stader, and George F. McNulty, An interim report on the development of the psychological trauma and resources scales . Psych. Reports 80 (1997) 819--831.

  21. Jaroslav Ježek and George F. McNulty, The existence of finitely based lower covers for finitely based equational theories. J. Symbolic Logic 60 (1995), no. 4, 1242--1250.

  22. Jarolsalv Ježek and George F. McNulty, Perfect bases for equational theories. J. Symbolic Comput. 19 (1995), no. 5, 489--505.

  23. Jaroslav Ježek and George F. McNulty, Finite axiomatizability of congruence rich varieties. Algebra Universalis 34 (1995), no. 2, 191--213.

  24. George F. McNulty, Corrigendum: "Structural diversity in the lattice of equational theories", Algebra Universalis 31 (1994), no. 4, 614.

  25. George F. McNulty, Forward: a volume dedicated to Bjarni Jónsson on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. Algebra Universalis 31 (1994), no. 3, 301--305.

  26. George F. McNulty, A field guide to equational logic. J. Symbolic Comput. 14 (1992), no. 4, 371--397.

  27. Tamás Bajusz, George F. McNulty, and Ágnes Szendrei, Lyndon's groupoid is not inherently nonfinitely based. Algebra Universalis 27 (1990), no. 2, 254--260.

  28. George F. McNulty, Lattice congruences and Dilworth's decomposition of relatively complemented lattices. The Dilworth theorems, 439--444, Contemp. Mathematicians, Birkhäuser Boston, Boston, MA, 1990.

  29. Jaroslav Ježek, J. and George F. McNulty, Bounded and well-placed theories in the lattice of equational theories. Algebra Universalis 26 (1989), no. 3, 311--331.

  30. Kirby A. Baker, George F. McNulty, and Walter Taylor, Growth problems for avoidable words. Theoret. Comput. Sci. 69 (1989), no. 3, 319--345.

  31. George F. McNulty, An equational logic sampler. Rewriting techniques and applications (Chapel Hill, NC, 1989), 234--262, Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci., 355, Springer, Berlin, 1989.

  32. Kirby A. Baker, George F. McNulty, and Heinrich Werner, Shift-automorphism methods for inherently nonfinitely based varieties of algebras. Czechoslovak Math. J. 39(114) (1989), no. 1, 53--69.

  33. Kirby A. Baker, George F. McNulty, and Heinrich Werner, The finitely based varieties of graph algebras. Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged) 51 (1987), no. 1-2, 3--15.

  34. Ralph N. McKenzie, Geroge F. McNulty, and Walter F. Taylor, Algebras, Lattices, Varieties. Vol. 1. The Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole Mathematics Series. Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, Calif., 1987. xvi+361 pp. ISBN: 0-534-07651-3

  35. George F. McNulty, George F. Fifteen possible previews in equational logic. Lectures in universal algebra (Szeged, 1983), 307--331, Colloq. Math. Soc. János Bolyai, 43, North-Holland, Amsterdam-New York, 1986.

  36. George F. McNulty, Alfred Tarski and undecidable theories. J. Symbolic Logic 51 (1986), no. 4, 890--898.

  37. George F. McNulty, How to construct finite algebras which are not finitely based. Universal algebra and lattice theory (Charleston, S.C., 1984), 167--174, Lecture Notes in Math., 1149, Springer, Berlin-New York, 1985.

  38. Henry A. Kierstead, Georbe F. McNulty, and William T. Trotter, Jr., A theory of recursive dimension for ordered sets. Order 1 (1984), no. 1, 67--82.

  39. George F. McNulty, T. Nordahl, and H. E. Scheiblich, Injectives and projectives in term finite varieties of algebras. Canad. J. Math. 35 (1983), no. 5, 769--775.

  40. George F. McNulty, An extension of Zermelo's Principle and pathological sets in the plane. Matimyas Matematika, 7(1983), no.4, 1--11.

  41. George F. McNulty and Caroline R. Shallon, Inherently nonfinitely based finite algebras. Universal algebra and lattice theory (Puebla, 1982), 206--231, Lecture Notes in Math., 1004, Springer, Berlin-New York, 1983.

  42. Joan P. Hutchinson and George F. McNulty, Connected graphs of genus g with complementary orbits. Discrete Math. 45 (1983), no. 2-3, 255--275.

  43. George F. McNulty, Covering in the lattice of equational theories and some properties of term finite theories. Algebra Universalis 15 (1982), no. 1, 115--125.

  44. George F. McNulty, Infinite ordered sets, a recursive perspective. Ordered sets (Banff, Alta., 1981), pp. 299--330, NATO Adv. Study Inst. Ser. C: Math. Phys. Sci., 83, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, Mass., 1982.

  45. George F. McNulty, Infinite chains of nonfinitely based equational theories of finite algebras. Algebra Universalis 13 (1981), no. 3, 373--378.

  46. George F. McNulty, Structural diversity in the lattice of equational theories. Algebra Universalis 13 (1981), no. 3, 271--292.

  47. Frank Harary and George F. McNulty, The orbital partition of a graph. J. Combin. Inform. System Sci. 5 (1980), no. 2, 131--133.

  48. George F. McNulty, Classes which generate the variety of all lattice-ordered groups. Ordered groups (Proc. Conf., Boise State Univ., Boise, Idaho, 1978), pp. 135--140, Lecture Notes in Pure and Appl. Math., 62, Dekker, New York, 1980.

  49. Jean A. Larson, Richard Laver, and George F. McNulty, Square-free and cube-free colorings of the ordinals. Pacific J. Math. 89 (1980), no. 1, 137--141.

  50. Dwight R.Bean, Andrzej Ehrenfeucht, and George F. McNulty, Avoidable patterns in strings of symbols. Pacific J. Math. 85 (1979), no. 2, 261--294.

  51. P. W. Harley, III and George F. McNulty, When is a point Borel? Pacific J. Math. 80 (1979), no. 1, 151--157.

  52. George F. McNulty, Fragments of first order logic. I. Universal Horn logic. J. Symbolic Logic 42 (1977), no. 2, 221--237.

  53. George F. McNulty and Manfred Stoll, A Sketch of the Theory of Sets Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina, (1977) 99pp.

  54. Michael Makkai and George F. McNulty, Universal Horn axiom systems for lattices of submodules. Algebra Universalis 7 (1977), no. 1, 25--31.

  55. George F. McNulty, Undecidable properties of finite sets of equations. J. Symbolic Logic 41 (1976), no. 3, 589--604.

  56. George F. McNulty, The decision problem for equational bases of algebras. Ann. Math. Logic 10 (1976), no. 3-4, 193--259.

  57. George F. McNulty and Walter Taylor, Combinatory interpolation theorems. Discrete Math. 12 (1975), 193--200.

  58. Bjarni Jónsson, George F. McNulty, and Robert W. Quackenbush, The ascending and descending varietal chains of a variety. Canad. J. Math. 27 (1975), 25--31.