Generalized E-Algebras via λ-Calculus I


An R-algebra A is called an E(R)–algebra if the canonical homomorphism from A to the endomorphism algebra EndR A of the R-module RA, taking any a ∈ A to the right multiplication ar ∈ EndR A by a, is an isomorphism of algebras. In this case RA is called an E(R)–module. There is a proper class of examples constructed in [9]. E(R)-algebras arise naturally in… (More)


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