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# antichain

A subset $A$ of a poset $(P,<_{P})$ is an *antichain* if no two elements are comparable. That is, if $a,b\in A$ then $a\nless_{P}b$ and $b\nless_{P}a$.

A *maximal antichain* of $T$ is one which is maximal.

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antichain, maximal antichain

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TreeSetTheoretic, Aronszajn

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## Mathematics Subject Classification

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