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By Olga Ladyzhenskaya

ISBN-10: 0521390303

ISBN-13: 9780521390309

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Contributions are dedicated to questions of the habit of trajectories for semi-groups of nonlinear bounded non-stop operators in a in the neighborhood non-compact metric house and for recommendations of summary evolution equations.

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If R and 5' are rings and if T0 is a given isomorphism of R onto a subring R' of 5', then there exists a ring S which contains R as a subring and which is such that T0 can be extended to an isomorphism T of S onto 5'. PROOF. We shall first assume that R and 5' have no elements in common. We replace in 5' every element r' of R' by the corresponding element r'T0' of R. I disjoint sets S' — R' and R, where S' — R' denotes the set of elements of We extend the one S' which are not in RF (the complement of RF to one mapping T0 of R onto RF to a one to one mapping T of S onto 5F in the following obvious fashion: aT = aT0, if a e R; aT = a if a e S — R.

I' = {a, 0, is a non-zero polynomial (that is, if not all a are zero) If f = { 1, 0, 0, {a, 0, 0, . . and if n is the greatest integer such that O(n 0), then n is called We do not assign the degree off. The degree off will be denoted by any degree to the zero polynomial. If 9f = n, then a0, , will be called the coefficients off, and will be called the leading coefficient = 1, then the polynomial f will be of f. If R has an identity and called monic. It is clear that if ag, then + g) ag, with equality if If = n and bg = m, then it follows directly from (3) that < and ck = 0 if k > m + n.

Since T0 is a mapping onto R' and F' is a total quotient ring of R', we a/b = conclude that T maps F onto F'. If b is regular in R and a is any element of R, then a = ab/b, so that aT = (ab)T0/bT0 = aT0. bT0/bT0 = aT0, so that T is an extension of T0. Finally, if (a/b)T = 0, then aT0/bT0 = 0, aT0 = 0, hence a = 0 (for T0 is an isomorphism), and a/b = 0; since only the zero of F maps into the zero of F', T is an sornorphism 11, Theorem 2). This completes the proof of the theorem. THEOREM 17. If R is a ring containing at least one regular element, then R possesses a total quotient ring, which is unique to within isomorphisms over R.

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