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By Green's lemma Pabx is a bijection of H, the ;/f T-class of x. Consequently a suitable power of Pabx, say Pabx\ induces the identity on H. llsx, xIEsbx and xabx;/fs x. 6 the intersection of the 8ls-class of bx and the IE sclass of xa contains an idempotent which is necessarily e (for it is contained within the ;/f T-class of eand an ;/f -class contains at most one idempotent). Consequently eES and e IEsxa, xa81 s x imply e ~sx. We say that two elements a and b of a semigroup S are conjugate if there exists u, v E S such that a = uv and b = vu.

Kersmx}(wheres 1 = 1). Imxr1 Kersix Imxrn H xrj SiX Hij SmX Fig. 7. (5) The results are summarized in a double-entry table (Fig. 7). The diagram obtained is the 'egg-box' picture of the E0-class of x. If Hij = R SiX (l L xrj , we have Hij = siHrj which enables us to calculate the E0-class completely. Finally the ;Ytclass Hij is a group if and only ifIm xr)s a transversal ofKer SiX. 1(E) and that X is an element of a group within S. l' x (Fig. 8). ~ bd==tj Fig. 8. 3 1m e = 1m xr and Ker sx = Ker e, so that 1m xr is a transversal of Ker sx.

9 shows that Vis defined by the equations xy = yx and xn = 1. A description ofthe corresponding languages is given below. :In). Then for every alphabet A, A *1/ is the boolean algebra generated by the languages of the form L(a,k) = {uEA*llul a == kmodn}whereaEAandO::; k < n. 8. Let cp:A* -t 7i.. n be an arbitrary morphism and g a generator of 7i.. n. n there exists for each a E A an integer na such that acp = gnu and 0 ~ na < n. n and put m = l with 0 ~ k < n. Then mcp-l = {UEA*la~ nalula == kmodn} Hence we deduce mcp-l = uaeA nL(a,ka) where the union is taken over the finite set offamilies {kaLeA such that L naka == kmodn aeA and 0 ~ ka ~ n for every a E A.

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