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Browsing Wellington Faculty of Science · Te Wahanga Putaiao by Subject "230103 Rings and Algebras"

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  • Armour, Aaron (Victoria University of Wellington, 2006)
    The algebraic and geometric classification of k-algbras, of dimension four or less, was started by Gabriel in “Finite representation type is open” [12]. Several years later Mazzola continued in this direction with his ...
  • Donelan, Peter; Selig, Jon (Victoria University of Wellington, 2006)
    Screw systems describe the infinitesimal motion of multi–degree-of-freedom rigid bodies, such as end-effectors of robot manipulators. While there exists an exhaustive classification of screw systems, it is based largely ...
  • Akishev, Galym (Victoria University of Wellington, 2009)
    The object of study of the thesis is the notion of monadic bounded algebras (shortly, MBA's). These algebras are motivated by certain natural constructions in free (first-order) monadic logic and are related to free monadic ...
  • Bura, Valentin B (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    This thesis establishes new results concerning the proof-theoretic strength of two classic theorems of Ring Theory relating to factorization in integral domains. The first theorem asserts that if every irreducible is a ...
  • Garisch, Jessica Anne (Victoria University of Wellington, 2010)
    Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is defined in this thesis as the intentional, culturally unacceptable, self-performed, immediate and direct destruction of bodily tissue that is of low-lethality and absent of overdose, self-poisoning ...

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