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Automorphism groups of laminated near-rings determined by complex polynomials

  • K. D. Magill (a1), P. R. Misra (a1) and U. B. Tewari (a2)

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The concept of a laminated near-ring was introduced in [2]. We recall briefly what it is. Let N be a near-ring and let aN. Define a new multiplication on N by x * y = xay for all x,yN. With this new multiplication and the same addition as before we have another near-ring which we denote by Na. The near-ring Na is referred to as a laminated near-ring, the original near-ring N is the base near-ring and a is the laminator or laminating element.

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1.Magill, K. D. JR., Semigroups and near-rings of continuous functions, General Topology and its Relations to Modern Analysis and Algebra, II, Proc. Third Prague Top. Symp., 1971 (Academia, 1972), 283288.
2.Magill, K. D. JR., Automorphisms of laminated near-rings, Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc. 23 (1980), 97102.

Automorphism groups of laminated near-rings determined by complex polynomials

  • K. D. Magill (a1), P. R. Misra (a1) and U. B. Tewari (a2)

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