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Even 3 a long time in the past, the phrases 'combinatorial algebra' contrasting, for in stance, the phrases 'combinatorial topology,' weren't a standard designation for a few department of arithmetic. The collocation 'combinatorial team conception' turns out to ap pear first because the name of the booklet by means of A. Karras, W. Magnus, and D. Solitar [182] and, in a while, it served because the identify of the e-book by means of R. C. Lyndon and P. Schupp [247]. these days, experts don't query the lifestyles of 'combinatorial algebra' as a different algebraic job. The task is unusual not just through its items of analysis (that are successfully given to a point) but additionally through its tools (ef fective to a couple extent). To be extra detailed, shall we nearly outline the time period 'combinatorial algebra' for the needs of this ebook, as follows: So we name part of algebra facing teams, semi teams , associative algebras, Lie algebras, and different algebraic platforms that are given through turbines and defining family members {in the 1st and specific position, unfastened teams, semigroups, algebras, and so on. )j a component within which we learn common structures, viz. unfastened items, lINN-extensions, and so on. j and, ultimately, a component the place particular tools resembling the Composition approach (in different phrases, the Diamond Lemma, see [49]) are utilized. definitely, the above clarification is way from overlaying the complete scope of the time period (compare the prefaces to the books pointed out above).

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Conditions (2) and (3) just state the completeness of Sunder composition. 8 implies the next G. 10 (Diamond Lemma). Let S ~ F(X) \ {OJ. Assume (X) to be a semigroup partially ordered by ~, meeting the minimality condition, and such that for any s E S there exists a leading word s in s, s having the coefficient 1. Then the following are equivalent: (a") The algebm R = F(X; s = 0 (s E S)) is a free F-module and the image (under the injective map) of the set M consisting of the words of < X > without any occurrences of subwords s, s E S, forms the basis of this F-module.

35. For n > 3 or m > 2, C = CF(n, m, 0) is not weakly noethe- nan. Proof. Consider the following cases. Case 1. Suppose m > 2, then a < c < b. Put Xt = b(ac)tba n- 1 and verify that the ideal generated by Xk'S, 1 ~ k < t, does not contain Xt. This will prove the theorem. By way of contradiction, suppose that t-l Xt = L L /iUiXkVi, (4) k=1 iEh where Ii E F, Ui, and Vi are words and h's, 1 ~ k < t, are finite sets. Since the defining relations of C are homogeneous, Ui and Vi can be considered as words in a and c.

B - a51ds~b E Iv (v = a51ds2b). b. It follows that uS2b, aSlw < v, and so the difference is contained in Iv. , v = a51ds 2b, al = a, bl = ds 2b, a2 = a51d and b2 = b. The following lemma is clear. 6. Let v E G and a, b E G#. Then aIvb ~ I avb . 7. This lemma shows that if condition (1) is met by some Si, ai, and bi (i = 1,2), then it is also satisfied by Si, aai, and bib (i = 1,2 and a,b E G#). s2. In this case, (1) expresses the completeness of 5 under composition. 4 is exactly our Composition Lemma for the semigroup algebra FG.