algebraic structure


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algebraic structure

(mathematics)
Any formal mathematical system consisting of a set of objects and operations on those objects. Examples are Boolean algebra, numerical algebra, set algebra and matrix algebra.

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A semiring is an algebraic structure consisting of a non-empty set R together with two associative binary operations, addition "+" and multiplication ".
Based on talks delivered at Ultramath 2008: Applications of Utlrafilters and Ultraproducts in Mathematics held in Pisa, Italy, the eight papers contributed to this volume explain the theorems on measure-centering ultrafilters, apply alpha-theory to stochastic differential equations, review results on the algebraic structure of Stone-Cech compactification, and describe applications of large cardinal ultrafilters in forcing.
A Finite-Smarandache 2-algebraic structure on a Finite-set N means a weak algebraic structure [A.
The neutrosophic element I is then combine to the elements of the algebraic structure by taking union and link with respect to the binary operation * of the algebraic stucutre.
The algorithm that we apply to the device's faulty computations works against the algebraic structure used in public key cryptography," Boneh explains.
A left almost semigroup abbreviated as LA-semigroup is an algebraic structure which was introduced by M.
Topics include cohomological combinatorial and algebraic structure, including finiteness and Torelli spaceshomomorphisms, and probing with arcs, connections with 3-manifolds, symplectic geometry and algebraic geometry, including problems in Heegaard distance and Lefschetz pencils, geometric and dynamical aspects, including problems on billiards and Weil-Petersson perspectives, and braid groups and other related groups, including Iwahori-Heck algebras and free Abelian groups.
According to these authors, the Neutrosophic algebraic structures N(I) was a nice composition of indeterminate I and the elements of a given algebraic structure (N, x).
Students with a well-developed sense of algebraic structure will recognise at a glance that 2x + 1 is a common factor [(2x + 1).
The algebraic structure of semirings were first introduced by H.
I will prove the so-called Frisch-Parisi conjecture, showing that behind this chaotic behavior there is an underlying algebraic structure that controls the dynamics.
If *: X(I) x X(I) [right arrow] X(I) is a binary operation defined on X(I), then the couple (X(I), *) is called a neutrosophic algebraic structure and it is named according the axioms satisfied by *.