TY - JOUR
AU - El Azhari, M.
PY - 2024/09/15
Y2 - 2024/11/08
TI - A note on n-Jordan homomorphisms
JF - Matematychni Studii
JA - Mat. Stud.
VL - 62
IS - 1
SE - Articles
DO - 10.30970/ms.62.1.77-80
UR - http://matstud.org.ua/ojs/index.php/matstud/article/view/421
SP - 77-80
AB - {Let $ A, B $ be two rings and $ n\geqslant 2 $ be an integer. An additive map $ h\colon A\rightarrow B $ is called an $n$-Jordan homomorphism if $ h(x^{n})=h(x)^{n} $ for all $ x\in A;$ $h$ is called an n-homomorphism or an anti-$n$-homomorphism if $ h(\prod_{i=1}^{n}x_{i})=\prod_{i=1}^{n} h(x_{i})$ or $ h(\prod_{i=1}^{n}x_{i})=\prod_{i=0}^{n-1} h(x_{n-i}), $ respectively, for all $ x_{1},...,x_{n}\in A. $}{We give the following variation of a theorem on n-Jordan homomorphisms due to I.N. Herstein: Let $n\geq 2$ be an integer and $h$ be an $n-$Jordan homomorphism from a ring $A$ into a ring $B$ of characteristic greater than $n$. Suppose further that $A$ has a unit $e$, then $h = h(e)\tau$, where $h(e)$ is in the centralizer of $h(A)$ and $\tau$ is a Jordan homomorphism.}{By using this variation, we deduce the following result of G. An: Let $A$ and $B$be two rings, where $A$ has a unit and $B$ is of characteristic greater than an integer $n \geq 2$. If every Jordan homomorphism from $A$ into $B$ is a homomorphism (anti-homomorphism), then every $n-$Jordan homomorphism from $A$ into $B$ is an $n$-homomorphism (anti-$n$-homomorphism).As a consequence of an appropriate lemma, we also obtain the following resultof E. Gselmann: Let $A, B$ be two commutative rings and $B$ is of characteristic greater than an integer $n\geq 2$. Then every $n$-Jordan homomorphism from $A$ into$B$ is an $n-$homomorphism.}
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