By Robert B. Warfield Jr. (auth.), David M. Arnold, Roger H. Hunter, Elbert A. Walker (eds.)
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In attempting to generalize Ulm's theorem, care must be taken to preserve relative Ulm invariants. Warfield . This necessitates the following definition, due to 53 Definition. A decomposition basis X of a group A is a lower decomposition basis if, whenever the relative Ulm invariant f(a,p,A,[X]) is infinite (for a an ordinal or ~), then f(a,p,A) = f(a,p,A,[X]). Lemma 9. If A has a decomposition basis X, then there is a decomposition basis Y subordinate to X which is a lower decomposition basis.
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