automorphism


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automorphism

[¦ȯd·ō′mȯr‚fiz·əm]
(mathematics)
An isomorphism of an algebraic structure with itself.
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This endomorphism is an automorphism if and only if k and 5 are coprime.
Algebras, Partial Automorphisms and Generalized Pimsner-Voiculescu Exect Sequences", J.
i) If [mathematical expression not reproducible] is a finite field, then [mathematical expression not reproducible] is a cyclic group of order m and is generated by Frobenius automorphism [[phi].
2]) (q a power of 2) (the point x is arbitrary due to the transitivity of its automorphism group).
Let A = Aut* (N) be the edge automorphism group of N and let [intersection] [member of] A be an arbitrary edge automorphism.
On the other hand, if [chi] is the inner automorphisms induced by the invertible matrix Q = I + [e.
The automorphism group of the quadratic residue codes contains the PSL2 group given in [14].
Mourou [11] has proved that there exists a unique automorphism of the space E(R) of [C.
H]) is called a second Smarandache semi- automorphism ([S.
Suppose that [sigma] is an automorphism of R[G] such that [R.
Researchers in those and related fields describe recent findings on such matters as Lie group methods for modulus conserving differential equations, the physical realization and implications of the conformal-affine structure of open quantum relativity, the structure and cohomologies of wrap groups of connected fiber bundles, the module structure of the infinite-dimensional Lie algebra attached to a vector field, deformation and contraction schemes for non-solvable real Lie algebras up to dimension eight, and the automorphism of some geometric structures on orbifolds.
Then, the permutation induces a linear automorphism of Q(i)([[[gamma].

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