Algebra. Some Current Trends. Proc. School in Algebra, by Luchezar L. Avramov, Kerope B. Tchakerian

By Luchezar L. Avramov, Kerope B. Tchakerian

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Wir erläutern eine andere Alternative zunächst exemplarisch. Sei M die Menge aller Bundesbürger mit Berufsausbildung. Die Vorschrift xRy bedeute "x hat eine mindestens ebenso lange Berufsaus bildung als y". Dann gilt offenbar für ~ zwei (verschiedene) x, y E M entweder x R y oder y R x. Modifizieren wir R gering- fügig gemäß x R' Y .. "x besitzt eine längere Berufsausbildung als y", so gibt es sicher Paare (x,y)EM 2 , für die weder xR'y noch yR'x gilt. Die Eigenschaft von R, daß je zwei Elemente x '*' y aus M vergleichbar sind, ist bei R' verlorengegangen !

2 Eigenschaften zweistelliger Relationen In die Mannigfaltigkeit aller Relationen läßt sich eine gewisse Transparenz bringen, wenn man sie auf spezielle Eigenarten hin untersucht. Dabei zeigt es sich, daß bereits eine geringe Anzahl von Eigenschaften genügt, um die wichtigsten Relationentypenherauszuheben. Definition Eine Relation Re A X B, welche die Eigenschaft hat, unverändert zu bleiben, I falls man die Koordinaten jedes Paares vertauscht, heißt s y m met r i s eh: R symmetrisch:.. 18). Stehen x, y für Zahlen, so kann man sich auch des üblichen kart~sischen Koordina- tensystems bedienen und erkennt dann die Symmetrieeigenschaft an der spiegelbildlichen Lage der Punkte bezüglich der Winkelhalbierenden von x- und y-Achse (Abb.

Dann ist auch a' * O. * O. Nach Division durch a'b = ab' folgt ab" = a"b und da- = O. Dann sind auch a' = 0 und a" = 0 und somit ab" = a"b =0, so daß auch in diesem Fall E- R ~ :: gilt. Jeder Bruch kann als Repräsentant einer Äquivalenzklasse fungieren. wobei jede Klasse aus genau den Brüchen besteht, die durch Kürzen oder Erweitern des Repräsentanten hervorgehen (und somit alle den gleichen Wert haben). Damit ist in diesem Beispiel die Quotientenmenge MIR wieder gleich der Menge M, da sich an M nichts ändert, wenn alle untereinander gleichen Elemente bis auf den Repräsentanten aus M herausgenommen werden.

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