By Scott T. Chapman
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This publication bargains a clean method of algebra that makes a speciality of educating readers tips on how to really comprehend the foundations, instead of viewing them purely as instruments for other kinds of arithmetic. It depends upon a storyline to shape the spine of the chapters and make the fabric extra attractive. Conceptual workout units are integrated to teach how the data is utilized within the genuine international.
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In the ﬁfth section, we discuss the Picard group and (t-)class group of a graded integral domain. In the ﬁnal section, we give several examples using graded integral domains, usually semigroup rings. Of course, there are many divisibility properties we do not discuss. We have chosen those divisibility properties we have worked on and are most interested in. Hopefully, we have supplied enough additional references for the interested reader to pursue other properties. Our notation is standard. We will usually denote an integral domain by either D or R, a ﬁeld by K, a monoid by Γ, and a torsionfree abelian group by G.
However, if R0 ⊆ R is an inert extension and R is a graded GCD-domain, then it is easily proved that R0 is a GCD-domain. The key fact that gives the equivalence in the next theorem is that RS is a GCD-domain. 2. Let R be a graded integral domain and S its set of nonzero homogeneous elements. Then R is a GCD-domain if and only if S is a GCD-monoid. Thus R is a GCD-domain if and only if R is a graded GCD-domain. Proof. 1]. In a similar manner, we deﬁne a graded integral domain R to be a graded UFD if each homogeneous nonzero nonunit of R is a product of (necessarily homogeneous) prime elements of R; equivalently, S is a factorial monoid, or HG(R) is orderisomorphic to a free abelian group with the usual product order.
Arithmetical Properties of Commutative Rings and Monoids by Scott T. Chapman