By Henri Cohen
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3 Basic Algorithms in Dedekind Domains 19 Remark. Although this proposition is very simple, we will see that the essential conditions u E 0(l-1 and v E b(l-1 bring as much rigidity into the problem as in the case of Euclidean domains, and this proposition will be regularly used instead of the extended Euclidean algorithm. It is, in fact, clear that it is an exact generalization of the extended Euclidean algorithm. Note that this lemma is useful even when R is a principal ideal domain, since R is not necessarily Euclidean.
1, i ~ n. 2. 3, find u E biil- 1 and v E Q3il- 1 such that bi,iU + v = 1. 13). Set Wi,i ~ 1. ) = 3. ] If i > I, set Q3 ~ Q3il- 1 and go to step 2. Otherwise, for i n - 1, n - 2, ... ,Land for j = i + 1, ... 13, find q E bibjl such that Wi,j - q is small, and set W j ~ W j - qWi . Output the matrix Wand the ideal list I = (b 1 , ... , bn ), and terminate the algorithm. Proof. 6J and [CohI]); for brevity's sake we do not repeat it here. The gi(A), which are defined in the classical case as the GCD of all i x i minors extracted from the last i rows of A, are replaced in our situation by the minor-ideal gi(M), which plays exactly the same role (and reduces to the classical definition in the case where ZK = Z).
Let M and N be two torsion-free (or projective) modules of rank m and n, respectively, such that N C M (so n ::; m). There exist fractional ideals bl , ... ,b m of R, a basis (el, ... ,em) of V = K M, and integral ideals (11, ... ,(In such that and bl (li-l C (Ii for 2 ::; i ::; n. • b m depend only on M and N. Proof. Let us first prove uniqueness, so let theorem. Since bi/(libi ~ RI(li, we have MIN ~ (Ii and bi be ideals as in the RI(ll ED ... RI(ln ED R m- n , hence (M IN}tors ~ RI(ll ED ... 30.