|JENNIFER HYNDMAN, Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, British Columbia V2N 4Z9, Canada|
|Dualizable is not the same as fully dualizable|
I will present a bi-unary algebra that is dualizable but not fully dualizable in the sense of natural duality. In fact the algebra is not fully dualizable by any alter ego with only a set of relations, operations or partial operations in its signature. This is joint work with R. Willard (University of Waterloo).