Simple group graded rings and maximal commutativity
(2009) Satellite Conference of the 5th European Congress of Mathematics In Contemporary Mathematics 503. p.159175 Abstract
 In this paper we provide necessary and sufficient conditions for strongly group graded rings to be simple. For a strongly group graded ring R = circle plus(g is an element of G)R(g) the grading group G acts, in a natural way, as automorphisms of the comrnutant of the neutral component subring R(e) in R and of the center of R(e). We show that if R. is a strongly Ggraded ring where R(e), is maximal commutative in R(e), then R is a simple ring if and only if R(e), is Gsimple (i.e. there are no nontrivial Ginvariant ideals). We also show that if R(e), is commutative (not necessarily maximal commutative) and the commutant of R(e)., is Gsimple, then R. is a simple ring. These results apply to Gcrossed products in particular. A skew group... (More)
 In this paper we provide necessary and sufficient conditions for strongly group graded rings to be simple. For a strongly group graded ring R = circle plus(g is an element of G)R(g) the grading group G acts, in a natural way, as automorphisms of the comrnutant of the neutral component subring R(e) in R and of the center of R(e). We show that if R. is a strongly Ggraded ring where R(e), is maximal commutative in R(e), then R is a simple ring if and only if R(e), is Gsimple (i.e. there are no nontrivial Ginvariant ideals). We also show that if R(e), is commutative (not necessarily maximal commutative) and the commutant of R(e)., is Gsimple, then R. is a simple ring. These results apply to Gcrossed products in particular. A skew group ring R(e), G, where R(e), is commutative, is shown to be a simple ring if and only if R(e), is Gsimple and maximal commutative in R(e), >(sigma), G. As an interesting example we consider the skew group algebra C(X) (sic) ((h) over bar) Z associated to a topological dynamical system (X, h). We obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for simplicity of C(X) (sic) ((h) over bar) Z with respect to the dynamics of the dynamical system (X, h), but also with respect to algebraic properties of C(X) as a subalgebra of C(X) (sic) ((h) over bar) Z. Furthermore, we show that for any strongly Ggraded ring R each nonzero ideal of R has a nonzero intersection with the commutant of the center of the neutral component. (Less)
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 Öinert, Johan ^{LU}
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 2009
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 Graded rings, Ideals, Simple rings, Maximal commutative subrings, Picard groups, Invariant ideals, Crossed products, Skew group rings, Minimal dynamical systems
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 Contemporary Mathematics
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 503
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 159  175
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 Amer Mathematical Soc
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 Satellite Conference of the 5th European Congress of Mathematics
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 02714132
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 9780821847473
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