Abstract : This article concerns a ring property that arises from combining one-sided duo factor rings and centers. A ring R is called right CIFD if R/I is right duo by some proper ideal I of R such that I is contained in the center of R. We first see that this property is seated between right duo and right pi-duo, and not left-right symmetric. We prove, for a right CIFD ring R, that W(R) coincides with the set of all nilpotent elements of R; that R/P is a right duo domain for every minimal prime ideal P of R; that R/W(R) is strongly right bounded; and that every prime ideal of R is maximal if and only if R/W(R) is strongly regular, where W(R) is the Wedderburn radical of R. It is also proved that a ring R is commutative if and only if D3(R) is right CIFD, where D3(R) is the ring of 3 by 3 upper triangular matrices over R whose diagonals are equal. Furthermore, we show that the right CIFD property does not pass to polynomial rings, and that the polynomial ring over a ring R is right CIFD if and only if R/I is commutative by a proper ideal I of R contained in the center of R.
Abstract : Let T be a bilinear Calder\'{o}n-Zygmund operator, b\in \cup_{q>1}L_{loc}^{q}(G). We firstly obtain a constructive proof of the weak factorisation of Hardy spaces, then we establish the characterization of BMO spaces by the boundedness of the commutator [b, T]_{j} in variable Lebesgue spaces.
Abstract : We show that certain extensions of classifiable $C^*$-algebras are strongly classified by the associated six-term exact sequence in $K$-theory together with the positive cone of $K_0$-groups of the ideal and quotient. We use our results to completely classify all unital graph $C^*$-algebras with exactly one non-trivial ideal.
Abstract : We give a formula for the sizes of the dual groups. It is obtained by generalizing a size estimation of certain algebraic structure that lies in the heart of the proof of the celebrated primality test by Agrawal, Kayal and Saxena. In turn, by using our formula, we are able to give a streamlined survey of the AKS test.
Abstract : For positive integers $n$ and $d$ with $d
Abstract : Let $R$ be a ring and $S$ a multiplicative subset of $R$. An $R$-module $T$ is called uniformly $S$-torsion provided that $sT=0$ for some $s\in S$. The notion of $S$-exact sequences is also introduced from the viewpoint of uniformity. An $R$-module $F$ is called $S$-flat provided that the induced sequence $0\rightarrow A\otimes_RF\rightarrow B\otimes_RF\rightarrow C\otimes_RF\rightarrow 0$ is $S$-exact for any $S$-exact sequence $0\rightarrow A\rightarrow B\rightarrow C\rightarrow 0$. A ring $R$ is called $S$-von Neumann regular provided there exists an element $s\in S$ satisfies that for any $a\in R$ there exists $r\in R$ such that $sa=ra^2$. We obtain that a ring $R$ an $S$-von Neumann regular ring if and only if any $R$-module is $S$-flat. Several properties of $S$-flat modules and $S$-von Neumann regular rings are obtained.
Abstract : In this paper we introduce the notion of universal free product for operator systems and operator spaces, and prove extension results for the Operator System Lifting Property (OSLP) and Operator System Local Lifting Property (OSLLP) to the universal free product.
Abstract : The aim of this paper is to deal with the realization problem of a given Lagrangian submanifold of a symplectic manifold as the fixed point set of an anti-symplectic involution. To be more precise, let $(X, \omega, \mu)$ be a toric Hamiltonian $T$-space, and let $\Delta=\mu(X)$ denote the moment polytope. Let $\tau$ be an anti-symplectic involution of $X$ of $X$ such that $\tau$ maps the fibers of $\mu$ to (possibly different) fibers of $\mu$, and let $p_0$ be a point in the interior of $\Delta$. If the toric fiber $\mu^{-1}(p_0)$ is real Lagrangian with respect to $\tau$, then we show that $p_0$ should be the origin and, furthermore, $\Delta$ should be centrally symmetric. In this paper, we also provide a simple example asserting that the condition of $\tau$ preserving the fibration structure of $\mu$ plays a crucial role in the proof of our main result, which thus disproves a general question stated without any restriction about the fibration structure of $\mu$.
Abstract : The minimum number of complete bipartite subgraphs needed to partition the edges of a graph G is denoted by b(G). A known lower bound on b(G) states that b(G) > max {p(G), q(G)}, where p(G) and q(G) are the numbers of positive and negative eigenvalues of the adjacency matrix of G, respectively. When equality is attained, G is said to be eigensharp and when b(G) = max {p(G), q(G)} + 1, G is called an almost eigensharp graph. In this paper, we investigate the eigensharpness and almost eigensharpness of lexicographic product of some graphs.
Abstract : It is well known that the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt{d}$ has the form $[a_0, \overline{a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1}, 2a_0}]$ and $a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1}$ is a palindromic sequence of positive integers. For a given positive integer $l$ and a palindromic sequence of positive integers $a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1}$, we define the set $S(l;a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1}) :=\{d\in \mathbb{Z} \,| \, d>0, \sqrt{d}=[a_0, \overline{a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1}, 2a_0}]\}$. In this paper, we completely determine when $S(l;a_1, \ldots, a_{l-1})$ is not empty in the case that $l$ is $4$, $5$, $6$, or $7$. We also give similar results for $(1+\sqrt{d})/2$. For the case that $l$ is $4$, $5$, or $6$, we explicitly describe the fundamental units of the real quadratic field $\mathbb{Q}(\sqrt{d})$. Finally, we apply our results to the Mordell conjecture for the fundamental units of $\mathbb{Q}(\sqrt{d})$.
Abstract : In this note, we revise some vanishing and finiteness results on hypersurfaces with finite index in $\mathbb{R}^{n+1}$. When the hypersurface is stable minimal, we show that there is no nontrivial $L^{2p}$ harmonic $1$-form for some $p$. The our range of $p$ is better than those in \cite{DS}. With the same range of $p$, we also give finiteness results on minimal hypersurfaces with finite index.
Abstract : In this paper, the concepts of w-linked homomorphisms, the wφ-operation, and DWφrings are introduced. Also the relationships between wφ-ideals and w-ideals over a w-linked homomorphism φ : R → T are discussed.More precisely, it is shown that every wφ-ideal of T is a w-ideal of T. Besides,it is shown that if T is not a DWφring, then T must have an infinite number of maximal wφ-ideals. Finally we give an application of Cohen’s Theorem over w-factor rings, namely it is shown that an integral domain R is an SM-domain with w-dim(R) ≤ 1, if and only if for any nonzero w-ideal I of R, (R/I)w is an Artinian ring, if and only if for any nonzero element a ∈ R, (R/(a))w is an Artinian ring, if and only if for any nonzero element a ∈ R, R satisfies the descending chain condition on w-ideals of R containing a.
Abstract : We study a nonlinear wave equation on finite connected weighted graphs. Using Rothe's and energy methods, we prove the existence and uniqueness of solution under certain assumption. For linear wave equation on graphs, Lin and Xie \cite{Lin-Xie} obtained the existence and uniqueness of solution. The main novelty of this paper is that the wave equation we considered has the nonlinear damping term $|u_t|^{p-1}\cdot u_t$ ($p>1$).
Abstract : In this article, we study the weak and extra-weak type integral inequalities for the modified integral Hardy operators. We provide suitable conditions on the weights $\omega, \rho, \phi$ and $\psi$ to hold the following weak type modular inequalities. \begin{align*} \mathcal{U}^{-1} \bigg ( \int \limits_{ \{ | \mathcal{I}f | > \gamma\}} \mathcal{U} \Big(\gamma \omega \Big ) \rho \bigg ) & \leq \mathcal{V}^{-1} \bigg ( \int_{0}^{\infty} \mathcal{V} \Big ( C |f| \phi\Big) \psi \bigg ), \end{align*} where $\mathcal{I}$ is the modified integral Hardy operators . We also obtain a necesary and sufficient condition for the following extra-weak type integral inequalities. \begin{align*} \omega \bigg ( \Big\{ |\mathcal{I}f| > \gamma \Big \} \bigg) &\leq \mathcal{U}\circ \mathcal{V}^{-1} \bigg ( \int_{0}^{\infty} \mathcal{V} \bigg ( \dfrac{C |f| \phi}{\gamma} \bigg) \psi \bigg ). \end{align*} Further, we discuss the above two inequalities for the conjugate of the modified integral Hardy operators. It will extend the existing results for the Hardy operators and its integral version.
Abstract : In this paper, we show that under certain conditions the Wedderburn decomposition of a finite semisimple group algebra $\mathbb{F}_qG$ can be deduced from a subalgebra $\mathbb{F}_q(G/H)$ of factor group $G/H$ of $G$, where $H$ is a normal subgroup of $G$ of prime order $P$. Here, we assume that $q=p^r$ for some prime $p$ and the center of each Wedderburn component of $\mathbb{F}_qG$ is the coefficient field $\mathbb{F}_q$.
Abstract : We establish a sharp integral inequality related to compact (without boundary) linear Weingarten hypersurfaces immersed in a locally symmetric Einstein manifold and we apply it to characterize totally umbilical hypersurfaces and isoparametric hypersurfaces with two distinct principal curvature, one which is simple, in such an ambient space. Our approach is based on the ideas and techniques introduced by Alías and Meléndez in reference [3] for the case of hypersurfaces with constant scalar curvature in the Euclidean round sphere.
Abstract : In this paper, we study the uniqueness of two finite order transcendental meromorphic solutions $f(z)$ and $g(z)$ of the following complex difference equation $$A_{1}(z)f(z+1)+A_{0}(z)f(z)=F(z)e^{\alpha(z)}$$ when they share 0, $\infty$ CM, where $A_{1}(z),$ $A_{0}(z),$ $F(z)$ are non-zero polynomials, $\alpha(z)$ is a polynomial. Our result generalizes and complements some known results given recently by Cui and Chen, Li and Chen. Examples for the precision of our result are also supplied.
Abstract : In this paper, we study some properties of Bézout and weakly Bézout rings. Then, we investigate the transfer of these notions to trivial ring extensions and amalgamated algebras along an ideal. Also, in the context of domains we show that the amalgamated is an Bézout ring if and only if its a weakly Bézout ring. All along the paper, we put the new results to enrich the current literature with new families of examples of non-Bézout weakly Bézout rings.
Abstract : We study the structure of right regular commutators, and call a ring $R$ {\it strongly C-regular} if $ab-ba\in (ab-ba)^2R$ for any $a, b\in R$. We first prove that a noncommutative strongly C-regular domain is a division algebra generated by all commutators; and that a ring (possibly without identity) is strongly C-regular if and only if it is Abelian C-regular (from which we infer that strong C-regularity is left-right symmetric). It is proved that for a strongly C-regular ring $R$, (i) if $R/W(R)$ is commutative then $R$ is commutative; and (ii) every prime factor ring of $R$ is either a commutative domain or a noncommutative division ring, where $W(R)$ is the Wedderburn radical of $R$.
Abstract : In this paper, we consider the knot complement problem for not null-homologous knots in homology lens spaces. Let $M$ be a homology lens space with $H_1(M; \mathbb{Z}) \cong \mathbb{Z}_p$ and $K$ a not null-homologous knot in $M$. We show that, $K$ is determined by its complement if $M$ is non-hyperbolic, $K$ is hyperbolic, and $p$ is a prime more than 7, or, if $M$ is actually a lens space $L(p,q)$ and $K$ represents a generator of $H_1(L(p,q))$.
Abstract : This paper establishes the {Baum--Katz} type theorem and the {Marcinkiewicz--Zymund} type strong law of large numbers for sequences of coordinatewise negatively associated and identically distributed random vectors $\{X,X_n,n\ge1\}$ taking values in a Hilbert space $H$ with general normalizing constants $b_n=n^{\alpha}\widetilde L(n^{\alpha})$, where $\widetilde L(\cdot)$ is the de Bruijn conjugate of a slowly varying function $L(\cdot).$ The main result extends and unifies many results in the literature. The sharpness of the result is illustrated by two examples.
Abstract : Given an ACM set $\mathbb{X}$ of points in a multiprojective space $\mathbb{P}^m\times\mathbb{P}^n$ over a field of characteristic zero, we are interested in studying the Kähler different and the Cayley-Bacharach property for $\mathbb{X}$. In $\mathbb{P}^1\times \mathbb{P}^1$, the Cayley-Bacharach property agrees with the complete intersection property and it is characterized by using the Kaehler different. However, this result fails to hold in $\mathbb{P}^m\times\mathbb{P}^n$ for $n>1$ or $m>1$. In this paper we start an investigation of the Kähler different and its Hilbert function and then prove that $\mathbb{X}$ is a complete intersection of type $(d_1,...,d_m,d'_1,...,d'_n)$ if and only if it has the Cayley-Bacharach property and the Kähler different is non-zero at a certain degree. When $\mathbb{X}$ has the $(\star)$-property, we characterize the Cayley-Bacharach property of $\mathbb{X}$ in terms of its components under the canonical projections.
Abstract : Given a graph $G,$ a $\{1,3,\ldots,2n-1\}$-factor of $G$ is a spanning subgraph of $G$, in which each degree of vertices is one of $\{1,3,\ldots,2n-1\}$, where $n$ is a positive integer. In this paper, we first establish a lower bound on the size (resp. the spectral radius) of $G$ to guarantee that $G$ contains a $\{1,3,\ldots,2n-1\}$-factor. Then we determine an upper bound on the distance spectral radius of $G$ to ensure that $G$ has a $\{1,3,\ldots,2n-1\}$-factor. Furthermore, we construct some extremal graphs to show all the bounds obtained in this contribution are best possible.
Abstract : In this paper, we establish several basic formulas among the double-integral transforms, the double-convolution products, and the inverse double-integral transforms of cylinder functionals on abstract Wiener space. We then discuss possible relationships involving the double-integral transform.
Byungchan Kim, Ji Young Kim, Chong Gyu Lee, Sang June Lee, Poo-Sung Park
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 15-25
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b200730
Preeti Dharmarha, Sarita Kumari
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 1-13
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b200328
Lixin Mao
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2021; 58(6): 1387-1400
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b200924
Jaeyoo Choy, Hahng-Yun Chu
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 27-43
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b201080
Preeti Dharmarha, Sarita Kumari
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 1-13
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b200328
Byungchan Kim, Ji Young Kim, Chong Gyu Lee, Sang June Lee, Poo-Sung Park
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 15-25
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b200730
Peichu Hu, Wenbo Wang, Linlin Wu
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 83-99
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b210099
Dibakar Dey
Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 2022; 59(1): 101-110
https://doi.org/10.4134/BKMS.b210125
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