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commutative ring

[¦käm·yə‚tād·iv ‚riŋ]
(mathematics)
A ring in which the multiplication obeys the commutative law. Also known as Abelian ring.
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1 Let B be a finite left regular band, k a commutative ring with unit, and X,Y G A (B).
Foster, The idempotent elements of a commutative ring form a Boolean Algebra, Duke math.
p] and R a commutative ring with 1 (called also unital) of prime characteristic p with nil-radical N(R).
This identity holds in both the ring of integers and the ring of rational numbers, and more generally in any commutative ring.
Mukesh Kumar Singh [6] analyzed a public key cryptosystem with matrices and the security of system depends on the difficulty of solving a system of multivariate congruence equations over a specified commutative ring.
We fix a commutative ring A and consider the category of A-weighted sets whose objects are pairs (X, f) where X is a finite set and f: X [right arrow] A is an arbitrary map called the weight of X.
Recall that the annihilator of an element r in a commutative ring R is the collection, denoted ann(r), of elements s in R with the property that rs = 0.
Hirano, On annihilator ideals of a polynomial ring over a non commutative ring, J.
In Section 2 we give the basic definitions for matroids over a commutative ring, including representability, and we explain how they generalize the classical ones.
2](x, y)f(w) = 0 for all x, y, w [member of] R, and since R is commutative ring with identity, so it is clear that U = where [r.
This volume contains eight chapters on the abstract algebra question of whether there is a commutative ring with identity that has n zero-divisions.