Abelian group

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Synonyms for Abelian group

a group that satisfies the commutative law

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Since each finite Abelian group and dihedral groups are determined by their endomorphism monoids in the class of all groups (Lemmas 2.
For a commutative ring R with identity 1 and a finite abelian group G, written additively, let R[G] denote the group ring of G over R.
1 (Fundamental theorem of finite abelian groups) Any finite abelian group G can be written as a direct sum of cyclic groups in the following canonical way: G = [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], where every [k.
On the Neat Essential Extensions of Abelian Group Journal of Business Strategies, 4 (1), 1-6.
From [2] and [5], (M, *) forms an Abelian group with identity element [[mu].
Properties of A(n, H) and B(n, H) on additive Abelian group G
Let G be an Abelian group and let E be a Banach space.
The symmetries that underlie Shannon's sampling theorem and its more general multi-band version are used as a basis for an exposition of sampling theory in a locally compact abelian group setting.
This is what is called a free abelian group, where the second word derives from the name of the Norwegian mathematician Abel.
This note shows how to obtain an abelian group with an addition like operation (Joyner 2002:70-72) beginning with a subtraction binary operation.
Q] has no normal abelian group of finite index; therefore [G.
Then we exploit the fact that for a nondegenerate pairing on an abelian group holds [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and hence [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and that any r [member of] S acts on v by the 1-dimensional character [[chi].
It is well known that all endomorphisms of an Abelian group form a ring and many of their properties can be characterized by this ring.
Let be a graph with an arbitrary but fixed orientation, and let be an Abelian group of order and with 0 as its identity element.
For any abelian group P and any integer m > 0, we write [P.