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Let 9’ be a finite spectroid and / the ideal of Y which consists of all the radical morphisms v such that pv = 0 whenever p itself is radical. Denote by sir . , M,) and 9’ = {Li}. $ In the particular case where W$ = 0, & is equivalent to the category rep Q described in Example 1, and -11: to the full subcategory formed by the representations without summand of the form s;-. Returning to the general case, we can reduce the investigation of & step by step to the case of a single module: Denote by JV and SC the sequences M,, .

2, IV). As we shall see forthwith, finite posets of width 3 may be finitely represented or not. 3. ’ by deleting a and adding formal suprema p v q for all p, q E PPS (a) such that p # q. Wecall~~thederivativeofBata. If 9% (a) is a chain, 9: coincides with P\(a). It follows that finite posets of width ~2 can be reduced to /zr by repeated derivations. In the case of width 3, the problem seems knottier since some posets of width 3 can be reduced to 0 and some others to posets of width >,4 (Fig. 2)‘.

Suppose that, for some s E 9&, the d-module M contains a submodule S isomorphic to -s and that dim M(s) = 1. Let further 3 denote the ideal of & generated by O,, k? the quotient sJf$, %? the J-module induced by the d-module M/S and N the annihilator of f in M. Then the canonical projection M + MIS induces a quasisurjective functor M&) + Mk. Proof Each M-space (V, x X) is isomorphic to the image of some (V, f, X 0 sd) E MtN,, where the first component I/ + M(X) off induces f and the second V + M(sd) is bijective.