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Topic: Analogy in Matrix or topological algebras are welcome
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From: Moskow
Registered: 5/11/06
Analogy in Matrix or topological algebras are welcome
Posted: May 11, 2006 10:54 PM
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11. What is a structure described below:

1. twoside counter-field oriented;
1.1. has a zero ;
1.2. invariant under L2 (centre- based symetry of 2,
or : 1.2.1. __________________ \bar{2} ,
1.2.2.__________________ \infty /mm ,
1.3 ___________________ 2/mmm;
1.4 --------------------- S2(circle)

Q. and invariant under searchable
space or algebrac fild?



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