homogeneous elements of a graded ring
A set of some importance (ironically), is the irrelevant ideal of , denoted by , and given by
Finally, we often need to consider the elements of such a ring without using the grading, and we do this by looking at the homogeneous union of :
In particular, in defining a homogeneous system of parameters, we are looking at elements of .
- 1 Richard P. Stanley, Combinatorics and Commutative Algebra, Second edition, Birkhauser Press. Boston, MA. 1986.
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