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Dn are derivations of K[X] which satisfy [D i, Fj] Di(F;) = = 8ij and [D i , Dj ] = 0, for 1 :::; i,i :::; n. 1 §3, there exists an endomorphism ifJ: An such that ¢;(Xi) = Fi and ¢;(8i) = D i , for 1 :::; i:::; n. (b) ¢;(ada,(b» ~ An bEAn, = O. Since = adD,¢;(b). we have that (adDy(¢;(b» = O. Assuming that ifJ is an automorphism, we conclude that Di is locally nilpotent. 1 that K[F1, ... , Fn] = K[X1, ' .. 3. Once again let us observe that it is not known whether every endomorphism of An is an automorphism.

The direct limit of the family {Mi : i E I}, denoted by limMi' is the quotient ~ set of U by this equivalence relation. To simplify the notation, we will write (u, i) for the equivalence class in limM; as well as for its representative in U. ~ Let us apply this construction to the family {H(E) : e E IR}. Things are made a little simpler in this case because IR is completely ordered. An element of lim H(e) is represented by a pair (j, e) where ~ f E H(e). Assuming that e ~ E', we have that two pairs (j,e) and (g,€) are equal in ~H(e) when g(z) = fez), for every z - E D(e).

Let us calculate an example. Suppose that n < m and that F ;X ~ Y is the map Then the algebra homomorphism F~ ; K[Y] ~ K[X] maps a polynomial 9(1/1, ... , Ym) to 9(X}, . ,X n, 0, . ,0). We may turn the construction of the above paragraph inside out. Suppose that a ring homomorphism ¢; K[Y] ~ K[X) is given. Then we may use it to construct a polynomial map from X to Y. Let Vi be an indeterminate in K[n Then ¢(Vi) is a polynomial of K[X). Now let rPr. ; X ~ Ybe the map whose coordinate functions are ¢(Vl), ...