On generalized derivations of partially ordered sets

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Let P be a poset and d be a derivation on P. In this research, the notion of generalized d-derivation on partially ordered sets is presented and studied. Several characterization theorems on generalized d-derivations are introduced. The properties of the fixed points based on the generalized d-derivations are examined. The properties of ideals and operations related with generalized d-derivations are studied.

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