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Xn+1 xs1 . . xsκ )t(xt1 . . xtλ ) . . t(xz1 . . xzζ ) finishing the proof of the theorem. 7. Trace relations. We will again use the non-degeneracy of the trace map to deduce the trace relations, that is, Ker τ from the description of the necklace relations. 22. The trace relations Ker τ is the twosided ideal of the formal trace algebra T∞ generated by all elements F(m1 , . . , mn+1 ) and CH(m1 , . . , mn ) where the mi run over all monomials in the variables {x1 , x2 , . . , xi , . }. Proof.

N + 1}, say 1 and 2, that is η = (1i1 i2 . . ir 2j1 j2 . . js )(k1 . . kα ) . . (z1 . . 7. TRACE RELATIONS. η in cycles as (1i1 i2 . . ir )(2j1 j2 . . js )(k1 . . kα ) . . (z1 . . zζ ) Continuing in this manner we reduce the number of elements from {1. . , n + 1} in every cycle to at most one. eθ σ∈Sn+1 where each cycle of θ contains at most one of {1, . . , n + 1}. Let us write θ = (1i1 . . iα )(2j1 . . jβ ) . . (n + 1s1 . . sκ )(t1 . . tλ ) . . (z1 . . θ is obtained as follows : substitute in each cycle of σ the element 1 formally by the string 1i1 .

Mn .. .. g −1 ❄ Mn That is, repn A is a GLn -variety . We will give an interpretation of the orbits under this action. m f for all a, b ∈ A and all m ∈ M . f (m) for all a ∈ A and all m ∈ M . f An A-module automorphism is an A-module morphism M ✲ N such that there g is an A-module morphism N ✲ M such that f ◦ g = idM and g ◦ f = idN . Assume the A-module M has complex dimension n, then after fixing a basis we can identify M with Cn (column vectors). For any a ∈ A we can represent the linear action of a on M by an n × n matrix ψ(a) ∈ Mn .