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The moment version is considerably enlarged via a bankruptcy on Groebner bases in non-commtative earrings, a bankruptcy on attribute and triangular units with functions to basic decomposition and polynomial fixing and an appendix on polynomial factorization together with factorization over algebraic box extensions and absolute factorization, within the uni- and multivariate case.
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Xn ∈ Pk . If k = 1 then, since x1 ∈ P1 , we obtain x2 · . . · xn ∈ P1 . This implies that x ∈ P1 for some > 1 which is a contradiction to the choice of x ∈ j= Pj . If k > 1 then, since x2 · . . · xn ∈ Pk , we obtain x1 ∈ Pk which is again a contradiction to the choice of x1 ∈ j=1 Pj . Many of the concepts introduced so far in this section can be treated eﬀectively using Singular. We deﬁne a quotient ring and test equality and the zerodivisor property in the quotient ring. 13 (computation in quotient rings).
Fk+1 ∈ I f 1 , . . , fk , . . of minimal possible degree. If di = deg(fi ), fi = ai xdi + lower terms in x , then d1 ≤ d2 ≤ . . and a1 ⊂ a1 , a2 ⊂ . . is an ascending chain of ideals in A. By assumption it is stationary, that is, a1 , . . , ak = a1 , . . , ak+1 for some k, hence, ak+1 = ki=1 bi ai for suitable bi ∈ A. Consider the polynomial k k bi xdk+1 −di fi = ak+1 xdk+1 − g = fk+1 − i=1 bi ai xdk+1 + lower terms . i=1 Since fk+1 ∈ I f1 , . . , fk , it follows that g ∈ I f1 , . . , fk is a polynomial of degree smaller than dk+1 , a contradiction to the choice of fk+1 .
2) ϕ(I) is a subring of B, not necessarily with 1, but, in general, not an ideal. (3) If ϕ is surjective then ϕ(I) is an ideal in B. 3. Prove the following statements: (1) Z and the polynomial ring K[x] in one variable over a ﬁeld are principal ideal domains [use division with remainder]. (2) Let A be any ring, then A[x1 , . . , xn ], n > 1, is not a principal ideal domain. 4. Let A be a ring. A non–unit f ∈ A is called irreducible if f = f1 f2 , f1 , f2 ∈ A, implies that f1 or f2 is a unit. f is called a prime element if f is a prime ideal.
A Singular Introduction to Commutative Algebra by Gert-Martin Greuel, Visit Amazon's Gerhard Pfister Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Gerhard Pfister, , O. Bachmann, C. Lossen, H. Schönemann