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nilpotent

[¦nil′pōt·ənt]
(mathematics)
An element of some algebraic system which vanishes when raised to a certain power.
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Iterated commutators of the extensive commutator z2 yield another criterion for nilpotency of H.
Its index of nilpotency is the least integer m so that [[gamma].
5] and of nilpotency class [member of] is equal to 4.
We proceed by cases according to the nilpotency class of G.
r] is nilpotent with the index of nilpotency v that is equal to the index of the pencil [lambda]E - A.
The nilpotency problem of one-dimensional cellular automata.
Finally, we introduce the concept of homology nilpotency, Hnil, as an improvement of the upper bound nil ker [phi].
Zabrodsky", "Unipotency and nilpotency in homotopy equivalences", Topology 18 (1979), pp.
Note that the bound on the nilpotency class can be improved tom/2 + 1 for the even prime.
In the case of curved differential graded algebras one relaxes the nilpotency of the derivation.
C] satisfying the local nilpotency condition with respect to the reduction (f, g, h).
Russo, n-th relative nilpotency degree and relative n-isoclinism classes, Carpathian J.