By N. Bourbaki

This softcover reprint of the 1974 English translation of the 1st 3 chapters of Bourbaki’s Algebre provides an intensive exposition of the basics of normal, linear, and multilinear algebra. the 1st bankruptcy introduces the fundamental items, corresponding to teams and earrings. the second one bankruptcy experiences the houses of modules and linear maps, and the 3rd bankruptcy discusses algebras, particularly tensor algebras.

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The relation R is therefore transitive. Further, let x = (a,p),y = (h, q), x' = (a',p'), andy' = (h', q') be elements ofE x S' such that Rlx,yl and *',y'Jhold. There exists and s' inS' such that aqs = bps, a' q's' = b'p's', whence it follows that (aa')(qq')(ss') = (bb')(pp')(ss') and hence Rfxx',yy'f for ss' E S'. The equivalence relation R is therefore compatible with the law of composition on E x S'. The quotient magma (E x S')/R is a commutative monoid. 7. Let E be a commutative monoid, Sa subset ofE andS' thesubmonoid ofE generated by S.

Then Z = N u (-N) and N n ( -N) = {0}. for m e N, m = - m if and only if m = 0. Let m and n be two natural numbers; (a) if m ~ n, then m + ( -n) = p, where p is the element of N such that = n + p; (b) ifm ~ n, then m + (-n) = -p, wherep is the element ofN such that m + p = n; (c) ( -m) + ( -n) = - (m + n). m Properties (b) and (c) follow from no. 3, Proposition 4; as Z = N u ( -N), addition inN and properties (a), (b) and (c) describe completely addition in Z. More generally - x is used to denote the negative of an arbitrary rational integer x; the composition x + (-y) is abbreviated to x - y (cf.

Fori = 1, 2, ... ~heL, a family of elements of E1• Let y1 = (2) L AeLt u(yl, ... 'Yn) = x1' ~for i = 1, 2, ... , n. Then L u(xl or. • eel' ••• ' x,. ,_,. ~-) the sum being taken over all sequences IX = (IX1> ••• , tXn) belonging to L1 x · · · x L,.. We argue by induction on n, the case n = 1 following from formula (2) of § 1, no. 2. From the same reference (3) u(yl, .. ·oYn-l>Yn) = CX:nELn. 2: u(yl, .. ··Yn-1• Xn,cx,) 27 ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES I 2: for Yn = Xn"' and the mapping z ~ u(y 1, ... nELn • n magma homomorphism.