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Suppose that the A-module U has a basis B which is stable under the operations o f H in U , and put Cl = B/H. For each w E R let u , = C b ; then hew is a basis o f the A-module u H . (i) (u,),, (ii) For each o E R let V , be a point o f o ; put w' = w - {v,) and B' = U w', then B' is a basis o f a supplementary subspace for U" in U. ,en The union of the set of all u , (for o E 0 ) and of B' is a basis of U. If U' = A u , and U" = C A b , we therefore have U = U' @ U". Finally, let ( a b ) b E be a family of elements of A with finite support and let x = C abb.

PROPOSITION 5. - Let M be a free A-module, k an integer 2 0 , P the sub-Amodule o f T S ~ ( M generated ) by y k ( M ) . Assume A to be an infinite integral ) exists a E A - (0) such that a z E P. domain. Then for each z E T S ~ ( M there Let K be the field of fractions of A. We identify T S ~ ( Mwith ) a sub-A-module of the vector K-space V = T S ~ ( M@ ), K (Prop. 4 , and 11, p. 314). 48 PO LYNO MIA LS AND. , on V satisfying f (yk(M)) = 0 is zero. Let (ei)i be a basis of M, and define the e, as in Prop.

2 of IV, p. 18 it follows that f (e,) f = 0. = 0 for all v E N('), whence 6. The functor TS Let M, N be A-modules and u a homomorphism of M into N ; it is clear that T(u)(TS ( M ) ) c TS (N). The mapping of TS ( M ) into TS (N) obtained from T(u) is denoted by TS (u). It is easily verified that this is a unital homomorphism of graded algebras and we have TS (u) (yp( x ) ) = yp(u ( x ) ) for all x E M and each integer p 3 0. If v : N -t P is a homomorphism of A-modules, we have TS(v o u ) = T S ( v ) o T S ( u ) .

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