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Spaces of D-paraanalytic elements

Let X be a linear space. Consider a linear equation(*) P(D)x = y, where y ∈ E ⊂ X,with a right invertible operator D ∈ L(X) and, in general, operator coefficients. The main purpose of this paper is to characterize those subspaces E ⊂ X for which all solutions of (*) belong to E (provided that they exist). This leads, even in the classical case of ordinary differential equations with scalar coefficients, to a new class of C -functions, which properly contains the classes of analytic functions of a...

Non-Leibniz algebras with logarithms do not have the trigonometric identity

D. Przeworska-Rolewicz — 2000

Banach Center Publications

Let X be a Leibniz algebra with unit e, i.e. an algebra with a right invertible linear operator D satisfying the Leibniz condition: D(xy) = xDy + (Dx)y for x,y belonging to the domain of D. If logarithmic mappings exist in X, then cosine and sine elements C(x) and S(x) defined by means of antilogarithmic mappings satisfy the Trigonometric Identity, i.e. [ C ( x ) ] 2 + [ S ( x ) ] 2 = e whenever x belongs to the domain of these mappings. The following question arises: Do there exist non-Leibniz algebras with logarithms such that...

Algebraic analysis in structures with the Kaplansky-Jacobson property

D. Przeworska-Rolewicz — 2005

Studia Mathematica

In 1950 N. Jacobson proved that if u is an element of a ring with unit such that u has more than one right inverse, then it has infinitely many right inverses. He also mentioned that I. Kaplansky proved this in another way. Recently, K. P. Shum and Y. Q. Gao gave a new (non-constructive) proof of the Kaplansky-Jacobson theorem for monoids admitting a ring structure. We generalize that theorem to monoids without any ring structure and we show the consequences of the generalized Kaplansky-Jacobson...

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