Neutrabelian algebras


We introduce “neutrabelian algebras”, and prove that finite, hereditarily neutrabelian algebras with a cube term are dualizable.

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Kearnes, K.A., Meredith, C. & Szendrei, Á. Neutrabelian algebras. Algebra Univers. 82, 13 (2021).

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  • Cube term
  • Dualizable algebra
  • Modular commutator
  • Neutrabelian algebra
  • Split centralizer condition

Mathematics Subject Classification

  • 08A30
  • 08B10
  • 08C20