The study of non-associative algebras led to the investigation of identities connecting powers of elements of such algebras. Thus Etherington1 (1941, 1949, 1951) introduced the concept of the logarithmetic of an algebra, defining it roughly as “ the arithmetic of the indices of the general element”.
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