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Automorphisms and derivations of associative rings by V. Kharchenko

By V. Kharchenko

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1=0, where 'I J 'IJ~J J= the k and ring RF gn are elements 2~ i~ n. 12. But let us ftrst make some deftnitions. 11. denote through Definition. L = IL( R) Let Z be a ring of integer numbers. Let us a subring in the generated by elements of the type 1 ® r oP, r tensor product Q® z QOP ® 1 where the rings Q and QOP are mutually antiisomorphic but have the same additive groups, while the elements r and r op run through the rings Rand R oP, respectively. We also assume that r -+ r op is an identical antiisomorphism.

F3 Therefore. Further on, ± sa) eafa. and. accordingly. (rs) eafa = (r aSa) eafa' The proposition is proved. 4. 3 does not imply that RF is a topological ring. as. possibly. there exist families convergent in the above determined topology but having no limit (in the above determined sense). Therefore. there arises a question (inessential for the further material but of its own interest): if with the topology determined above? 5. Let F( X) RF is a topological ring be a polynomial of a set of variables X with coefficients from R F which do not commute with the variables.

AnC v j' t j E R, 1 S j S k, there a1' ... 8 promised earlier. Indeed, let e (a) ~ e (b) and axb = bxa for all x E R. : aC, there can be found elements v j' t j E R, 1 S j s: k, such that Lvjat j=O. We have b 1 =Lvjbt j :;t:O; axb1 = ~ ~ bxv ],at,] = bx £.... ~ v'] at ],= o. : axv ],bt ],= £.... ] It means that e(a)' e (b 1) = 0, which contradicts the fact that e(b1)S e(b)S e(a). Inversely, then axb = axac = acxa = bxa e(b)= e(a)e(c)S: e(a), The lemma is proved. 15. if b = ac, Definition. independent of elements An element ~,-" an E RF a1 E RF and is said to be rig h t with respect to a sequence of automorphisms gl' ...

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