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From the PublisherThis unique approach to the study of algebraic logic, to a large extent pioneered by the authors, contrasts with the developments based extensively on universal algebra that are found most often in the literature. the book is well written and not only provides a valuable resource to researchers, but is accessible to graduate students and mathematicians in related areas. Extensive intuitive motivation for the techniques and arguments are provided in addition to technical details. Mathematical Reviews This book is a significant advance in the theory of relation algebras. Many of its main results solve difficult and long-standing problems. Its methods, techniques, and constructions are powerful tools for exploring the intricate and varied world of relation algebras. Its many open problems indicate fruitful directions for further research. Logic Journal of the Interest Group in Pure and Applied Logic, Vol. 11, Issue 5, Sept. 2003
"This book is a significant advance in the theory of relation algebras. Many of its main resultssolve difficult an lond-standing problems."
Roger Maddux, (Ames), in: (Zentralblatt für Mathematik, p.4, Vol. 1018, 2004)
"...for Relation Algebras by Games is indeed a source of intellectual delight, treating its topic in a manner befitting its intrinsic charm and beauty."
Maarten Marx, (University of Amsterdam),in: (Studia Logica, Vol. 76, 2004)