By D. G. Northcott
In keeping with a sequence of lectures given at Sheffield in the course of 1971-72, this article is designed to introduce the scholar to homological algebra warding off the frilly equipment often linked to the topic. This booklet provides a few very important themes and develops the mandatory instruments to address them on an advert hoc foundation. the ultimate bankruptcy comprises a few formerly unpublished fabric and should offer extra curiosity either for the willing pupil and his instruct. a few simply confirmed effects and demonstrations are left as routines for the reader and extra routines are incorporated to extend the most topics. suggestions are supplied to all of those. a quick bibliography offers references to different courses within which the reader might stick with up the themes taken care of within the ebook. Graduate scholars will locate this a useful path textual content as will these undergraduates who come to this topic of their ultimate 12 months.
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The proof is by induction on dim L. If dim L = 0, then the statement is trivial. So suppose t h a t dim L > 1. By induction we m a y suppose t h a t the s t a t e m e n t holds for all Lie algebras of dimension less t h a n dim L. Let K be a m a x i m a l proper subalgebra of L. We consider the adjoint representation of K on L, a d L " K ~ g[(L). Let x C K , then a d L x ( K ) C K . So K is a s u b m o d u l e of L. We form the quotient module and get a representation a" K ~ g [ ( L / K ) . 1, a(x) is nilpotent for all x C K .
Ijk dkl -- ~lkjdik -- "/~kdjk -- 0, for 1 _< i, j, l _< m. k=l Which is a system of m 3 linear equations for the m 2 variables dij. This system can be solved by a Gaussian elimination; as a consequence we find an algorithm Derivations which computes a basis of Der(A) for any algebra A. R e m a r k . 1), YiYj - - y j y i . Therefore, d C End(A) if and only if d(yiYj) - d(yi)Yj + yid(yj) for 1 < i < 24 Basic constructions j < m. So in this case we find m2(m + 1)/2 equations (instead of m3). 1 Let L be a Lie algebra.
Let V be the subspace of L spanned y l , . . 10). T h e n x - Y'~i c~ixi is an element of NL(V) if and only if there a r e ~ l m for 1 _< l, rn _< t such that [x, yl] -- ~llyl + . . + ~itYt f o r l - - 1 , . . , t . This amounts to the following linear equations in the variables c~i and flzm: ~ljeij 9 j=l /~mk~lm - - 0 Oti- for 1 _< k <_ n and 1 _< 1 _< t. m=l Again by a Gaussian elimination we can solve these equations. However, we are not interested in the values of the film, so we throw the part of the solution that corresponds to these variables away, and we find a basis of N L ( V ) .
A first course of homological algebra by D. G. Northcott