The idea of intutionistic L-fuzzy subring
was introduced by K.
Construction ms central 40 (ostring) an additional medium-voltage ring structure (subring
or ostring 40) must be built for the av and sv power supply.
By imposing the vanishing condition mD on both sides of (0.1), we also obtain an isomorphism between the canonical ring [mathematical expression not reproducible] of [S.sub.[GAMMA]] and the following subring
of [[direct sum].sub.m][M.sub.3m]([GAMMA]):
First of all, note that a subring
of a symmetric (resp.
Let D be a division ring and let R be the following subring
of [M.sub.3] (D) :
Caption: Figure 2: One-third subring
where a, c, e, g, 2b, 2d, 2f, 2h [member of] Z with [bar.2b] = [bar.2d] and [bar.2f] = [bar.2h], denoted by [bar.H](Q[[square root of (2)]]), is a subring
of H(Q[[square root of (2)]]).
(1) [LAMBDA] a set of indices, A a solid subring
of the ring [K.sup.[LAMBDA]] (that is to say, for any [mathematical expression not reproducible] (i.e., for any [lambda], [absolute value of ([s.sub.[lambda]])] [less than or equal to] [r.sub.[lambda]]), then [([s.sub.[lambda]]).sub.[lambda]] [member of] A), and [I.sub.A] a solid ideal of A;
Then the ring [mathematical expression not reproducible] is a commutative subring
of [mathematical expression not reproducible].
The homology and cohomology of the affine Grassmannian thus acquire an algebra structure; it follows from Bott's work  that [H.sub.*](Gr) and [H.sup.*](Gr) can be identified with a subring
[[LAMBDA].sub.(n)] and a quotient [[LAMBDA].sup.(n)] of the ring [LAMBDA] of symmetric functions.
I [subset] E is called an algebraic ideal of E if
Let [R.sub.c] [less than or equal to] End A be the subring
of R generated by the commutator actions: