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I'm wondering what books are considered standard references these days, for boolean algebra. I have:

  • Givant & Halmos, Introduction to Boolean Algebras (2010);
  • Sikorsi, Boolean Algebras (3rd ed., 1969).

Are there other works I should know about? I'm looking for books that are currently widely used, rather than hard-to-find classics. Thanks.

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The "Handbook of Boolean algebras" is a standard reference for more advanced material. –  Michael Greinecker Jul 30 '12 at 0:00
    
Another reference is the book "Countable Boolean Algebras and Decidability" by Goncharov books.google.es/books?id=BwroiP0IJcYC –  boumol Jul 30 '12 at 9:00
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