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Algebra Logika, 2010, Volume 49, Number 6, Pages 803–818 (Mi al468)  

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Coproducts of rigid groups

N. S. Romanovskiiab

a Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
b Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia

Abstract: Let $\varepsilon=(\varepsilon_1,…,\varepsilon_m)$ be a tuple consisting of zeros and ones. Suppose that a group $G$ has a normal series of the form
$$ G=G_1\ge G_2\ge…\ge G_m\ge G_{m+1}=1, $$
in which $G_i>G_{i+1}$ for $\varepsilon_i=1$, $G_i=G_{i+1}$ for $\varepsilon_i=0$, and all factors $G_i/G_{i+1}$ of the series are Abelian and are torsion free as right $\mathbb Z[G/G_i]$-modules. Such a series, if it exists, is defined by the group $G$ and by the tuple $\varepsilon$ uniquely. We call $G$ with the specified series a rigid $m$-graded group with grading $\varepsilon$. In a free solvable group of derived length $m$, the above-formulated condition is satisfied by a series of derived subgroups. We define the concept of a morphism of rigid $m$-graded groups.
It is proved that the category of rigid $m$-graded groups contains coproducts, and we show how to construct a coproduct $G\circ H$ of two given rigid $m$-graded groups. Also it is stated that if $G$ is a rigid $m$-graded group with grading $(1,1,…,1)$, and $F$ is a free solvable group of derived length $m$ with basis $\{x_1,…,x_n\}$, then $G\circ F$ is the coordinate group of an affine space $G^n$ in variables $x_1,…,x_n$ and this space is irreducible in the Zariski topology.

Keywords: rigid $m$-graded group, coproduct, coordinate group of affine space, Zariski topology.

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Algebra and Logic, 2010, 49:6, 539–550

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UDC: 512.5
Received: 02.08.2010

Citation: N. S. Romanovskii, “Coproducts of rigid groups”, Algebra Logika, 49:6 (2010), 803–818; Algebra and Logic, 49:6 (2010), 539–550

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