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Noncommutative group of invertible ideals of a ring
@FernandoMuro The base ring $R$ is assumed to be commutative: it is a domain. So the field of fractions means what it usually does. (There are notions of rings of quotients for noncommutative rings, but they don't play a role here.) |
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Noncommutative group of invertible ideals of a ring
@Aurel: conventions differ, but you might ask only that $\mathcal{O}$ is contained in the left and right orders; if $I$ is invertible, then equality holds, so this doesn't matter for the question. (@FernandoMuro: It is also equivalent to take a fractional ideal $I$ to be a $\mathcal{O}$-sub-bimodule of $K \otimes_R \mathcal{O}$ of the form $I=cJ$ where $c \in K^\times$ and $J \subseteq \mathcal{O}$ is a two-sided ideal. Hence the ``fractional''.) |
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Thanks Pace! (Something happened in the copy and paste, ugh.) The definition of invertible is what it must be to make this into a group: a fractional ideal $I$ is invertible if there exists a fractional ideal $J$ such that $JI=IJ=\mathcal{O}$. JV |
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Factorisation of local quaternionic zeta functions
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