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Identities with generalized skew derivations on Lie idealsVincenzo De Filippis,

Ajda Fošner,

Feng Wei, 2013, original scientific article

**Abstract:** Let ▫$m, n$▫ be two nonzero fixed positive integers, ▫$R$▫ a 2-torsion free prime ring with the right Martindale quotient ring ▫$Q$▫, ▫$L$▫ a non-central Lie ideal of ▫$R$▫, and ▫$\delta$▫ a derivation of ▫$R$▫. Suppose that ▫$\alpha$▫ is an automorphism of ▫$R$▫, ▫$D$▫ a skew derivation of ▫$R$▫ with the associated automorphism ▫$\alpha$▫, and ▫$F$▫ a generalized skew derivation of ▫$R$▫ with the associated skew derivation ▫$D$▫. If ▫$$F(x^{m+n}) = F(x^m)x^n + x^m \delta (x^n)$$▫ is a polynomial identity for ▫$L$▫, then either ▫$R$▫ satisfies the standard polynomial identity ▫$s_4(x_1, x_2, x_3, x_4)$▫ of degree 4, or ▫$F$▫ is a generalized derivation of ▫$R$▫ and ▫$\delta = D$▫. Furthermore, in the latter case one of the following statements holds: (1) ▫$D = \delta = 0$▫ and there exists ▫$a \in Q$▫ such that ▫$F(x) = ax$▫ for all ▫$x \in R$▫; (2) ▫$\alpha$▫ is the identical mapping of ▫$R$▫.

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**Summary of found:** ...F(x^m)x^n + x^m \delta (x^n)$$▫ is a polynomial identity for ▫$L$▫, then either ▫$R$▫ satisfies...

**Keywords:** mathematics, algebra, polynomial identity, generalized skew derivation, prime ring

**Published:** 15.10.2013; **Views:** 1781; **Downloads:** 83

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