On Commutativity of Prime Rings With (σ, τ)-Derivations

  • M. Serif Yenigül


This work contains two sections. In the first section we tried to show that whether some commutativity properties, which are already satisfied in prime rings with ordinary derivations, are valid in prime rings with (σ, τ)-derivations. We see that some of those properties are satisfied in this case. So we give the generalizations of [6; Lemma 1, Lemma 2] and [5; Lemma 1] furthermore we proved some other properties and also we give a simple and short proof for a known property in prime rings (Lemma 1.6).


Commutative Ring Prime Ring Short Proof Division Ring Polynomial Identity 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Serif Yenigül
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  1. 1.Ege ÜniversitesíFen Fakültesi, Matematik BölümüBornova-İzmirTurkey

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