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A Peirce decomposition for generalized Jordan triple systems of second order

Kantor, Isaiah LU and Kamiya, Noriaki (2003) In Communications in Algebra 31(12). p.5875-5913
Abstract
Every tripotent e of a generalized Jordan triple system of second order uniquely defines a decomposition of the space of the triple into a direct sum of eight components. This decomposition is a generalization of the Peirce decomposition for the Jordan triple system. The relations between components are studied in the case when e is a left unit.
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Peirce decomposition, generalized Jordan triple systems of second order
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Communications in Algebra
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31
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12
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5875 - 5913
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Taylor & Francis
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