E-ISBN: E 978-81-8487-527-0
Publication Year: 2011
Binding: Hard Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 470
About the book
Algebra has been developing through the interaction between the investigation of its own algebraic structures and its applications to different areas of Mathematics and other branches of Science. This informative research volume consists of survey and original articles by reputed algebraists which are refereed by the experts in the relevant fields. The survey articles provide an excellent overview of the various areas of research in Algebra. The original articles by reputed algebraists in Ring Theory, Module Theory, Semigroup Theory, Lattice Theory, Category Theory, Derivations, Hyper and Fuzzy Structures etc. exhibit new ideas, tools needed for the successful applications and discuss new techniques and methodologies for current research in different branches of Algebra.
Over 300 bibliographic references make Algebra and its Applications: Recent Developments an indispensable resource book for the beginners and advanced experts in Algebra.
Table of Contents
Preface / On n-centralizing Traces of Symmetric Biderivations on Semiprime Rings / Jordan Mappings in Rings: A Survey / M-uniform and CMS Modules / A Relationship on Strongly Regular Near-rings / Derivations on Lie Ideals in Prime Rings / A Note on Commutativity Preservers on Matrix Algebras / Negativity of the Chern Number of Parameter Ideals / On Free Actions and Dependent Elements in Rings / On Limits in Comma Categories: An Overview / Notes on (m,n)-Quasi-?-ideals in ?-Semigroups / Generalized Derivations in Non-Associative Algebra / Epimorphism and Heterotypical Identities / M-Modular Pairs in Multiplicative Lattices / Quasi d-discrete Modules / Quasi-pseudo Principally Projective Modules / Idempotents in Semirings of Matrices over Lattices / Construction of Inclusive Distributive Hyperrings.
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