Fleischmann, Peter
(1997)
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Relative trace ideals and Cohen-Macaulay quotients of modular invariant rings.
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In: Draxler, P. and Michler, G.O. and Ringel, C.M., eds.
Computational Methods For Representations Of Groups And Algebras.
Progress In Mathematics
, 173.
pp. 211-233.
Birkhauser Verlag, Germany
ISBN 3-7643-6063-1.
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## Abstract

Let G be a finite group, IF a field whose characteristic p divides the order of G and AG the invariant ring of a finite-dimensional FG-module V. In analogy to modular representation theory we define for any subgroup H less than or equal to G the (relative) trace-ideal A(H)(G) del a A(G) to be the image of the relative trace map t(G)(H) : A(H) --> A(G), f bar right arrow Sigma(g is an element of[G:H]) g(f). Moreover, for any family chi of subgroups of G, we define the relative trace ideals A behaviour. If chi consists of proper subgroups of a Sylow p-group P less than or equal to G, then A(chi)(G) is always a proper ideal of AG; in fact, we show that its height is bounded above by the codimension of the fixed point space VP. But We also prove that if V is relatively X-projective, then A(chi)(G) still contains all invariants of degree not divisible by p. If V is projective then this result applies in particular to the (absolute) trace ideal A({e})(G). We also give a [geometric analysis' of trace ideals, in particular of the ideal A(<P)(G) := Sigma(Q<P) A(Q)(G)0, and show that I-G,I-P := root(A<P)(G) is a prime ideal which has the geometric interpretation as 'vanishing ideal' of G-orbits with length coprime to p. It is shown that A(G)/I-G,I-P is always a Cohen-Macaulay algebra, if the action of P is defined over the prime field. This generalizes a well known result of Hochster and Eagon for the case. P = 1 (see [13]). Moreover we prove that if V is a direct summand of a permutation module (i.e. a 'trivial source module'), then the A(chi)(G) are radical ideals and A(<P)(G) = I-G,I-P. Hence in this case the ideal and the corresponding Cohen-Macaulay quotient can be constructed using relative trace maps.

Item Type: | Conference or workshop item (Paper) |
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Additional information: | This item is a Proceedings Paper. |

Subjects: | Q Science > QA Mathematics (inc Computing science) |

Divisions: | Faculties > Sciences > School of Mathematics Statistics and Actuarial Science > Statistics |

Depositing User: | M. Nasiriavanaki |

Date Deposited: | 02 Jul 2009 07:18 UTC |

Last Modified: | 28 May 2019 13:55 UTC |

Resource URI: | https://kar.kent.ac.uk/id/eprint/17326 (The current URI for this page, for reference purposes) |

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