New Algebra Study Findings Have Been Reported by Investigators at University of Michigan
2012 APR 24 - (VerticalNews.com) -- "Primordials d is an element of P are generalizations of ordinals s. O. Primordials are governed by their succession and precession. Primordials with their succession and precession are of interest in their own right," investigators in Ann Arbor, Michigan report.
"Remarkably, they also lead directly to certain primordial Lie algebras of set theory. Among these is the large primordial Lie algebra of set theory, whose basis is a class and not a set. The large primordial Lie algebra of set theory generalizes naturally to the large primordial Lie algebras of characteristic p>= 2. The simple primordial Lie algebras are the natural primordial Lie algebra L (sic), the free primordial Lie algebras L C for r>= 1 and r-tuples C of denumerable sequences C-j (1 <= j<= r) of elements of k, and, for p> 2, the normal sub Lie algebras of the L (sic), L C as well. The split simple primordial Lie algebras are the Lie algebras L of type W-those which may be built directly from the natural primordial Lie algebra L(sic)-except when p = 2 and L is not free," wrote D.J. Winter and colleagues, University of Michigan.
The researchers concluded: "Consequently, they are, up to isomorphism, the purely inseparable forms of the finite and infinite dimensional Lie algebras of type W. This sheds new light on, and adds interest to, the structure of these purely inseparable forms."
Winter and colleagues published their study in Manuscripta Mathematica (Primordials and primordial Lie algebras. Manuscripta Mathematica, 2012;138(1-2):35-58).
For additional information, contact D.J. Winter, University of Michigan, Dept. of Math, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States.
The publisher of the journal Manuscripta Mathematica can be contacted at: Springer, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, USA.
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