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We construct the generalized Witt modular Lie superalgebra of Cartan type. We give a set of generators for and show that is an extension of a subalgebra of by an ideal . Finally, we describe the homogeneous derivations of Z-degree of and we determine the derivation superalgebra of .
In this paper we extend the notion of FP-injective modules to that of complexes and characterize such complexes. We show that some characterizations similar to those for injective complexes exist for FP-injective complexes. We also introduce and study the notion of an FP-injective dimension associated to every complex of left R-modules over an arbitrary ring. We show that there is a close connection between the FP-injective dimension of complexes and flat dimension.
In this article we consider whether, for integrable functions on the unit ball of ℂn, the mean-value property implies (α,β)-harmonicity. We find that the answer is affirmative when 0<n+α+β≤ρ0, but is negative when n+α+β>ρ0. Here ρ0 is a constant between 11.025 and 11.069.
We study the geography and botany of symplectic spin four-manifolds with abelian fundamental group. By building on the constructions of J. Park and of B. D. Park and Szabó, we can give alternative proofs and extend several results on the geography of simply connected four-manifolds to the nonsimply connected realm.
Let R be a prime ring, let I be a nonzero ideal of R and let n be a fixed positive integer. We prove that if the characteristic of R is either 0 or a prime p that is greater than 2n, then an additive map d that satisfies d(xn+1)=∑ nj=0xn−jd(x)xj for all x∈I must be a derivation.
We characterise regular bipartite locally primitive graphs of order 2pe, where p is prime. We show that either p=2 (this case is known by previous work), or the graph is a binormal Cayley graph or a normal cover of one of the basic locally primitive graphs; these are described in detail.
We study the geometric properties of a base manifold whose unit tangent sphere bundle, equipped with the standard contact metric structure, is H-contact. We prove that a necessary and sufficient condition for the unit tangent sphere bundle of a four-dimensional Riemannian manifold to be H-contact is that the base manifold is 2-stein.
The Kleinewillinghöfer types of Laguerre planes reflect the transitivity properties of certain groups of central automorphisms. Polster and Steinke have shown that some of the conceivable types for flat Laguerre planes cannot exist and given models for most of the other types. The existence of only a few types is still in doubt. One of these is type V.A.1, whose existence we prove here. In order to construct our model, we make systematic use of the restrictions imposed by the group. We conjecture that our example belongs to a one-parameter family of planes all of type V.A.1.
Let A and B be C*-algebras. We prove the slice map conjecture for ideals in the operator space projective tensor product . As an application, a characterization of the prime ideals in the Banach *-algebra is obtained. In addition, we study the primitive ideals, modular ideals and the maximal modular ideals of . We also show that the Banach *-algebra possesses the Wiener property and that, for a subhomogeneous C*-algebra A, the Banach * -algebra is symmetric.