Suppose that S is a right normal orthodox semigroup with inverse transversal S[degrees].
Blyth and Almeida Snatos introduced the concept of S[degrees]-cone on S in , which extended the notion of cone in inverse semigroup.
Let S is a right normal orthodox semigroup with an inverse transversal S[degrees], Blyth and Almeida Snatos in  proved that there is an order-preserving bijection from the set of all locally maximal S[degrees]-cones to the set of all left amenable orders definable on S and the natural partial order is the smallest left amenable partial order(see theorems 7 and 11 in ).
Suppose that S is a locally inverse semigroup with an inverse transversal S[degrees].
In the same trend happens in inverse creep (recovery length).
The test results were under gone two-way ANOVA analysis with respect to (1) Creep -before and after sewing process (2) Inverse creep -before and after sewing process, (3) Creep -before sewing and Inverse creep -before sewing process, (4) Creep -after sewing and Inverse creep -after sewing process.
Effect between different sewing yarn and Inverse creep before and after sewing process
Table 4: Two-way ANOVA analysis of the inverse creep - before and after sewing process
A higher proportion of high-MOE veneer came from logs with lower inverse
1: Given matrices A,P and Q of order nxn, a necessary and sufficient condition for A to have a generalized inverse X such that [mu](X) [subset] [mu](P) and [mu]([X.
Then a generalized inverse ([chi]-inverse) of A whose column space is identical with the column space of A(denoted by [A.
2] is the unique generalized inverse with row and column space coincident with those of a k-idempotent matrix A.