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Sobre a semissimplicidade de álgebras de Hopf finitodimensionais e o duplo de DrinfeldMartini, Grasiela January 2013 (has links)
Neste trabalho discutimos a semissimplicidade de álgebras de Hopf finitodimensionais e construímos o Duplo de Drinfeld D(H) de uma tal álgebra H. Além disso, apresentamos um resultado mostrando a equivalência entre as categorias de representações dos módulos sobre D(H) e dos módulos de YetterDrinfeld sobre Hcop. Como consequência deste estudo, apresentamos um resultado que caracteriza uma álgebra de Hopf quase triangular. / In this work we discuss the semisimplicity of some finitedimensional Hopf Algebras and we set up the Drinfel’d double D(H) of such an algebra H. In addiction, we present a result showing the equivalence between the representation category of modules over D(H) and the YetterDrinfeld modules over Hcop. As a consequence of this, we present a result that features a quasitriangular Hopf algebra.

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Uma base para álgebras de Hopf geradas por skewprimitivos semiinvariantesCardoso, Kauê da Rosa January 2013 (has links)
O objetivo deste trabalho é mostrar que o conjunto de todas Gsuper palavras monótonas restritas escritas com super letras duras forma uma base para a álgebra de Hopf H, onde H é gerada por um conjunto skewprimitivo semiinvariante {a1, ..., an} e um grupo abeliano G de todos elementos grouplike. / The objective of this work is to show that the set of all monotonic restricted Gsuperwords written with hard superletters form a basis for the Hopf algebra H, where H is generated by a skewprimitive semiinvariant set {a1, ..., an} and an abelian group G of all grouplike elements.

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On inessential elements in Banach algebrasBehrendt, Darren Robin 24 January 2012 (has links)
D.Phil.

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Rank in Banach algebrasRenison, Martin 27 June 2008 (has links)
Dr. R.M Brits

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Mappings on triangular algebrasCheung, WaiShun 07 May 2018 (has links)
In this dissertation, we study certain types of linear mappings on triangular algebras. Triangular algebras are algebras whose elements can be written in the form of 2 x 2 matrices [special characters omitted]where a ∈ A, b ∈ B, m ∈ M and where A, B are algebras and M is a bimodule. Many widely studied algebras, such as upper triangular matrix algebras and nest algebras, can be viewed as triangular algebras. This dissertation is divided into five chapters. The first chapter is a general account of the basics of triangular algebras, including the unitization of nonunital triangular algebras and the structure of the centre of triangular algebras, as well as a brief introduction to some wellknown examples of triangular algebras.
In Chapter 2, we study the general structure of derivations on triangular algebras and obtain some results on the first cohomology groups of triangular algebras. The first cohomology group of an algebra is the quotient space of the space of all derivations over the space of all inner derivations, and it is always a main tool in the research of derivations. In addition, we consider the problem of automatic continuity of derivations in the last section of this chapter.
In Chapter 3, we consider sufficient conditions on a triangular algebra so that every Lie derivation is a sum of a derivation and a linear map whose image lies in the centre of the triangular algebra.
In Chapter 4, we consider sufficient conditions for every commuting map on a triangular algebra to be a sum of a map of the form x ↦ ax and a map whose image lies in the centre of the triangular algebra.
In the final chapter, we are concerned with the automorphisms of triangular algebras. The study of automorphism is a most important way to understand the underlying structure of an algebra. We deduce some results on the SkolemNoether groups, or the outer automorphism groups, of triangular algebras and apply those results to generalize some known results about automorphisms on a triangular matrix algebras. / Graduate

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Quasinilpotent equivalence in Banach algebrasKone, Namadzavho Bernard 30 March 2009 (has links)
M.Sc.

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Regularities in Banach algebrasWeitz, Craig Stewart 25 May 2010 (has links)
M.Sc.

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The properties of twisted group algebras and their representationsEdwards, C. M. January 1966 (has links)
No description available.

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Some varieties of Lie algebraVaughanLee, Michael January 1968 (has links)
No description available.

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On Hopf multiplications on the wedge of two spacesChao, Frances YenYen January 1973 (has links)
In this thesis we show that it is impossible to define a Hopf multiplication on the wedge X V Y of a connected finite CWcomplex X with an arbitrary connected CWcomplex Y, provided neither X nor Y homotopy equivalent to a point.
We also show by an example, that the above is no longer true, if one does not require that X is a finite CWcomplex. / Science, Faculty of / Mathematics, Department of / Graduate

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