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Encyclopedia > Center of a ring

The term center is used in various contexts in abstract algebra to denote the set of all those elements that commute with all other elements. More specifically: Abstract algebra is the field of mathematics concerned with the study of algebraic structures such as groups, rings and fields. ... See: commuting commutative (mathematical) operation This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...

  • The center of a group G consists of all those elements x in G such that xg = gx for all g in G. This is a normal subgroup of G.
  • The center of a ring R is the subset of R consisting of all those elements x of R such that xr = rx for all r in R. The center is a commutative subring of R, so R is an algebra over its center.
  • The center of an algebra A consists of all those elements x of A such that xa = ax for all a in A. See also: central simple algebra.
  • The center of a Lie algebra L consists of all those elements x in L such that [x,a] = 0 for all a in L. This is an ideal of the Lie algebra L.

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In a token-controlled ring, an error may destroy the token at the worst possible time, or when a station nearing a deadline finally receives the token the message it sends may be damaged by an error, and retransmission may be needed.
Ring (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1407 words)
A ring is a generalization of the integers.
Rings that also satisfy commutativity for multiplication (such as the ring of integers) are called commutative rings.
The center of a ring R is the set of elements of R that commute with every element of R; that is, c lies in the center if cr=rc for every r in R.
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