Polynomial identities in ring theory (Google eBook)

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Academic Press, Jul 24, 1980 - Mathematics - 365 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1 The Structure of PIRings
1
Chapter 2 The General Theory of Identities and Related Theories
109
Chapter 3 Central Simple Algebras
151
Chapter 4 Extensions of PIRings
202
Chapter 5 Noetherian PIRings
224
Chapter 6 The Theory of the Free Ring Applied to Polynomial Identities
239
Chapter 7 The Theory of Generalized Identities
254
Chapter 8 Rational Identities Generalized Rational Identities and Their Applications
289
Nonassociative PITheory
327
Some Aspects of the History
339
Bibliography
341
Major Theorems Concerning Identities
355
Major Counterexamples
358
List of Principal notation
359
Index
361
Pure and Applied Mathematics
366

Central Polynomials of Formanek
315
The Theory of AE Elementary Conditions on Rings
320

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About the author (1980)

Rafiq Dossani is a Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University's Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), and is responsible for developing and directing the South Asia Initiative. Henry Rowen, Director Emeritus of APARC, is a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Emeritus Professor of Public Policy and Management at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

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