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See Algebraic systems, quasi-variety of.

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As noted in (the editorial comments to) Algebraic systems, quasi-variety of, the quasi-identities (cf. Quasi-identity) defining a quasi-variety are usually called Horn sentences. Correspondingly, a quasi-variety is also known as a universal Horn class; it is also called a quasi-primitive class.

References

[a1] P.M. Cohn, "Universal algebra" , Reidel (1981) pp. 235
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