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On skew derivations as homomorphisms or anti-homomorphisms

Mohd Arif Raza, Nadeem ur Rehman, Shuliang Huang (2016)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

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Let R be a prime ring with center Z and I be a nonzero ideal of R . In this manuscript, we investigate the action of skew derivation ( δ , ϕ ) of R which acts as a homomorphism or an anti-homomorphism on I . Moreover, we provide an example for semiprime case.

Generalized derivations on Lie ideals in prime rings

Basudeb Dhara, Sukhendu Kar, Sachhidananda Mondal (2015)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

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Let R be a prime ring with its Utumi ring of quotients U and extended centroid C . Suppose that F is a generalized derivation of R and L is a noncentral Lie ideal of R such that F ( u ) [ F ( u ) , u ] n = 0 for all u L , where n 1 is a fixed integer. Then one of the following holds: ...

On ( σ , τ ) -derivations in prime rings

Mohammad Ashraf, Nadeem-ur-Rehman (2002)

Archivum Mathematicum

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Let R be a 2-torsion free prime ring and let σ , τ be automorphisms of R . For any x , y R , set [ x , y ] σ , τ = x σ ( y ) - τ ( y ) x . Suppose that d is a ( σ , τ ) -derivation defined on R . In the present paper it is shown that ( i ) if R satisfies [ d ( x ) , x ] σ , τ = 0 , then either d = 0 or R is commutative ( i i ) if I is a nonzero ideal of R such that [ d ( x ) , d ( y ) ] = 0 , for all x , y I , and d commutes with both σ and τ , then either d = 0 or R is commutative. ( i i i ) if I is a nonzero ideal of R such that d ( x y ) = d ( y x ) , for all x , y I , and d commutes with τ , then R is commutative. Finally a related result has been obtain...

On the uniform behaviour of the Frobenius closures of ideals

K. Khashyarmanesh (2007)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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Let be a proper ideal of a commutative Noetherian ring R of prime characteristic p and let Q() be the smallest positive integer m such that ( F ) [ p m ] = [ p m ] , where F is the Frobenius closure of . This paper is concerned with the question whether the set Q ( [ p m ] ) : m is bounded. We give an affirmative answer in the case that the ideal is generated by an u.s.d-sequence c₁,..., cₙ for R such that (i) the map R / j = 1 n R c j R / j = 1 n R c ² j induced by multiplication by c₁...cₙ is an R-monomorphism; (ii) for all a s s ( c j , . . . , c j ) , c₁/1,..., cₙ/1 is a R -filter...

Algebra in the superextensions of twinic groups

Taras Banakh, Volodymyr Gavrylkiv

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Given a group X we study the algebraic structure of the compact right-topological semigroup λ(X) consisting of all maximal linked systems on X. This semigroup contains the semigroup β(X) of ultrafilters as a closed subsemigroup. We construct a faithful representation of the semigroup λ(X) in the semigroup ( X ) ( X ) of all self-maps of the power-set (X) and show that the image of λ(X) in ( X ) ( X ) coincides with the semigroup E n d λ ( ( X ) ) of all functions f: (X) → (X) that are equivariant, monotone and symmetric...

About G-rings

Najib Mahdou (2017)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

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In this paper, we are concerned with G-rings. We generalize the Kaplansky’s theorem to rings with zero-divisors. Also, we assert that if R T is a ring extension such that m T R for some regular element m of T , then T is a G-ring if and only if so is R . Also, we examine the transfer of the G-ring property to trivial ring extensions. Finally, we conclude the paper with illustrative examples discussing the utility and limits of our results.

Skew inverse power series rings over a ring with projective socle

Kamal Paykan (2017)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

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A ring R is called a right PS -ring if its socle, Soc ( R R ) , is projective. Nicholson and Watters have shown that if R is a right PS -ring, then so are the polynomial ring R [ x ] and power series ring R [ [ x ] ] . In this paper, it is proved that, under suitable conditions, if R has a (flat) projective socle, then so does the skew inverse power series ring R [ [ x - 1 ; α , δ ] ] and the skew polynomial ring R [ x ; α , δ ] , where R is an associative ring equipped with an automorphism α and an α -derivation δ . Our results extend and unify many existing...

Automorphisms and generalized skew derivations which are strong commutativity preserving on polynomials in prime and semiprime rings

Vincenzo de Filippis (2016)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

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Let R be a prime ring of characteristic different from 2, Q r its right Martindale quotient ring and C its extended centroid. Suppose that F , G are generalized skew derivations of R with the same associated automorphism α , and p ( x 1 , ... , x n ) is a non-central polynomial over C such that [ F ( x ) , α ( y ) ] = G ( [ x , y ] ) for all x , y { p ( r 1 , ... , r n ) : r 1 , ... , r n R } . Then there exists λ C such that F ( x ) = G ( x ) = λ α ( x ) for all x R .

Operator theoretic properties of semigroups in terms of their generators

S. Blunck, L. Weis (2001)

Studia Mathematica

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Let ( T t ) be a C₀ semigroup with generator A on a Banach space X and let be an operator ideal, e.g. the class of compact, Hilbert-Schmidt or trace class operators. We show that the resolvent R(λ,A) of A belongs to if and only if the integrated semigroup S t : = 0 t T s d s belongs to . For analytic semigroups, S t implies T t , and in this case we give precise estimates for the growth of the -norm of T t (e.g. the trace of T t ) in terms of the resolvent growth and the imbedding D(A) ↪ X.

On the Anderson-Badawi ω R [ X ] ( I [ X ] ) = ω R ( I ) conjecture

Peyman Nasehpour (2016)

Archivum Mathematicum

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Let R be a commutative ring with an identity different from zero and n be a positive integer. Anderson and Badawi, in their paper on n -absorbing ideals, define a proper ideal I of a commutative ring R to be an n -absorbing ideal of R , if whenever x 1 x n + 1 I for x 1 , ... , x n + 1 R , then there are n of the x i ’s whose product is in I and conjecture that ω R [ X ] ( I [ X ] ) = ω R ( I ) for any ideal I of an arbitrary ring R , where ω R ( I ) = min { n : I is an n -absorbing ideal of R } . In the present paper, we use content formula techniques to prove that their conjecture is true, if one of the following...

C(X) vs. C(X) modulo its socle

F. Azarpanah, O. A. S. Karamzadeh, S. Rahmati (2008)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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Let C F ( X ) be the socle of C(X). It is shown that each prime ideal in C ( X ) / C F ( X ) is essential. For each h ∈ C(X), we prove that every prime ideal (resp. z-ideal) of C(X)/(h) is essential if and only if the set Z(h) of zeros of h contains no isolated points (resp. int Z(h) = ∅). It is proved that d i m ( C ( X ) / C F ( X ) ) d i m C ( X ) , where dim C(X) denotes the Goldie dimension of C(X), and the inequality may be strict. We also give an algebraic characterization of compact spaces with at most a countable number of nonisolated points....

The algebra of the subspace semigroup of M ( q )

Jan Okniński (2002)

Colloquium Mathematicae

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The semigroup S = S ( M ( q ) ) of subspaces of the algebra M ( q ) of 2 × 2 matrices over a finite field q is studied. The ideal structure of S, the regular -classes of S and the structure of the complex semigroup algebra ℂ[S] are described.