Involution Involutions In Ring Theory
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 Examples of Involutions on Algebraic KTheory of Bimonoidal
 As an example I explicitly present Ktheory and involutions of group rings and more specifically Laurent polynomials.
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 Involutions on S[ΩM]
 Jahren,[HJ82b], [HJ], considers involutions on Atheory. The input for LA, K, TC and THH should be a ring up to homotopy .
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 PSEUDOINVOLUTIONS S. V. Limarenko UDC 512.552.34
 If λ is in the center of the ring, then we get the definition of an involution. It follows from the This relation is an equivalence relation on the set of pseudo involutions in a fixed ring. .
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 Involutions on the rational K–theory of group rings of finite groups
 Involutions on the rational K–theory of group rings of finite groups. Bjørn Jahren. January 8, 2009.
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 ON CROSSED PRODUCT RINGS WITH TWISTED INVOLUTIONS
 that are not necessarily strict and also deal with twisted involutions on the crossed product ring.
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 Define involution  Dictionary and Thesaurus
 Involutions in ring theory. In ring theory, the word involution is customarily taken to mean an antihomomorphism that is its own inverse function.
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 Involution (mathematics)  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Dictionary  Definition of involution
 Involutions in ring theory. In ring theory, the word involution is customarily taken to mean an antihomomorphism that is its own inverse function.
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 Examples of Involutions on Algebraic KTheory of Bimonoidal
 As an example I explicitly present Ktheory and involutions of group rings and more specifically Laurent polynomials.
 www.math.unihamburg.de
 List of Algebraists in/from Arab World
 Field(s) of Research: Algebraic Structures (BCK/BCIalgebras); Ring Theory ( derivations and Semigroups and groups with involution; Radical of involution rings .
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