A Beckman-Quarles type theorem for finite desarguesian by Benz W.

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If the following diagram with exact rows in Vf 0 / E1 /E T L1 0 S L  / E1  /E / E2 /0 L2  / E2 /0 is commutative, then tr(L) = tr(L1 ) + tr(L2 ). T S Proof. 2), we can assume without loss of generality that E1 is a subspace of E and E2 = E/E1 . Consequently, we can assume that E = E1 ⊕E2 , then L1 = (L11 , L22 ) (comp. 6). The proof is completed. Now, we are going to define the generalized trace. Let us denote by V the category of vector spaces over the field K (usually Q) and linear mappings.

If the following diagram with exact rows in Vf 0 / E1 /E T L1 0 S L  / E1  /E / E2 /0 L2  / E2 /0 is commutative, then tr(L) = tr(L1 ) + tr(L2 ). T S Proof. 2), we can assume without loss of generality that E1 is a subspace of E and E2 = E/E1 . Consequently, we can assume that E = E1 ⊕E2 , then L1 = (L11 , L22 ) (comp. 6). The proof is completed. Now, we are going to define the generalized trace. Let us denote by V the category of vector spaces over the field K (usually Q) and linear mappings.

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