Further Properties of Locally Nilpotent Derivations
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In this chapter, the purpose of the first three sections is to investigate derivations in the case B has one or more nice divisorial properties, in addition to the on-going assumption that B is a commutative k-domain, where k is a field of characteristic zero. Subsequent sections discuss the defect of a derivation, exponential automorphisms, and construction of kernel elements. The term unique factorization domain is abbreviated by UFD, and principal ideal domain by PID.
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