Abelian ring

Abelian ring

[ə′bēl·yən ′riŋ]
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However they require [SIGMA] to be an abelian ring and the CA to be a ring homomorphism, which is again essentially the case d = 1.
1]]), where R is a finite abelian ring of characteristic 2.
According to the Cayley-Hamilton theorem, which we can apply in our case because T is an endomorphism of a finite-dimensional free module over an abelian ring (see Theorem 3.