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Department of Applied Mathematics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai 200433, China. **Email:** [email protected]

**Received Date:** 21 January 2011; **Accepted Date:** 3 April 2011

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In this paper, we prove the fundamental theorem of color Hopf module similar to the fundamental theorem of Hopf module. As an application, we prove that the graded global dimension of a color Hopf algebra coincides with the projective dimension of the trivial module K.

Let *G* be a group. The notion of color Hopf algebras first appeared in the book of Montgomery [6, 10.5.11]. The most important examples are Li-Zhang’s twisted Hopf algebras in [4], universal enveloping algebras of Lie superalgebras and universal enveloping algebras of color Lie algebras in [1] (or [2,6,9,11]). Roughly speaking, a color Hopf algebra means a *G*-graded algebra and *G*-graded coalgebra satisfying some compatibility conditions. Its unique difference from a Hopf algebra is that the comultiplication Δ : *A* → *A* ⊗ *A* is an algebra homomorphism, not for the componentwise multiplication on *A* ⊗ *A*, but for the twisted multiplication on *A* ⊗ *A* by Lusztig’s rule.

Lorenz-Lorenz proved that the global dimension of a Hopf algebra is exactly the projective dimension of the trivial module ; see [5, Section 2.4]. One may ask a similar question for color Hopf algebras. Following Schauenburg [10] and Doi [3], we prove the fundamental theorem of color Hopf module. As an application, we show that the graded global dimension of a color Hopf algebra coincides with the graded projective dimension of the trivial module , which also is equal to the projective dimension of .

The paper is organized as follows: in Section 2, we provide some background material for color Hopf algebras. In Section 3, we prove the fundamental theorem of color Hopf module; and we prove the main theorem: let *A* be a color Hopf algebra, then the graded global dimensional of *A* is equal to the (graded) projective dimensional of right *A*-module , where is viewed as the trivial graded right *A*-module via the counit of *A*; see Theorem 9.

Throughout, will be a field. All algebras and coalgebras are over . All unspecified spaces (algebras, coalgebras, etc.) are graded by the group *G*, all unadorned Hom and ⊗ are taken over . ^{×} denotes \ {0}.

Let *G* be a group with identity element *e*. We will write *G* as a multiplication group. An associative algebra *A* with unit 1_{A} is said to be *G-graded* if there is a family {*A _{g}* |

*A graded right A-module M* is a right *A*-module with a decomposition *M* = ⊕_{g∈G}*M _{g}* such that

We obtain the category of graded right *A*-modules, denoted by *A*-gr; for details see [8]. A module *M* is said to be a *gr-free module* if *M* is isomorphic to a direct sum of graded modules of the form *A*(*g*); see [7, page 5]. In the following, we will refer to projective objects of *A*-gr as *gr-projective modules*.

Recall from [12] that a *graded coalgebra C* is a graded -space *C* = ⊕_{g∈G}*C _{g}* with counit

A *graded right A-comodule M* is a right *A*-comodule with a decomposition *M* = ⊕_{g∈G}*M _{g}* such that such that

A *bicharacter* χ : *G* × *G* → ^{×} means

where *g, h, l* ∈ *G* and ^{×} is the multiplication group of the unit in .

**Definition 1.** A color Hopf algebra A is a 6-tuple (*A, m, u, *Δ*, ε, S*) such that

(G1) *A* = ⊕_{g∈G}*A _{g}* is a graded algebra with multiplication

(G2) the counit *ε* : *A* → and comultiplication Δ : *A* → *A* ⊗ *A* are algebra maps in the sense that

(2.1)

(G3) the antipode *S* : *A* → *A* is a graded map such that

for all homogenous elements *a* ∈ *A*, where .

**Remark 2.** The antipode preserves the degree, that is, |*S*(*a*)| = |*a*| for all homogenous *a* ∈ *A*.

The antipode of color Hopf algebras has similar results with Hopf algebras; see [1] (compare with [12, page 74], and [4, Theorem 2.10]).

**Lemma 3.** *Let A be a color Hopf algebra, then the antipode S satisfies*

(2.2)

Let *M* be a graded right *A*-comodule. The *coinvariants* of *M* form the set

.

Note that *M ^{coA}* is a graded subspace of

**Definition 4**. Let *A* be a color Hopf algebra. A graded right color Hopf module is a graded -space *M* such that

(1) *M* is a graded right *A*-module;

(2) *M* is a graded right *A*-comodule with comodule map *ρ* : *M* → *M* ⊗ *A* defined by ;

(3) *ρ* is a right *A*-module map, that is

(3.1)

**Example 5.** Let *M* be a graded -space. Then we define on *M*⊗*A* a graded right *A*-module structure by (*m*⊗*a*)*b* = *m*⊗*ab* for any *m* ∈ *M*, *a*, *b* ∈ *A*, and a graded right *A*-comodule structure given by the map *ρ* : *M*⊗*A* → *M*⊗*A*⊗*A*, for any *m* ∈ *M*, *a* ∈ *A*. Thus *M* ⊗ *A* becomes a graded right color Hopf module with these two structures. Indeed

**Lemma 6.** *Let A be a color Hopf algebra. If a, b ∈ A are homogenous, then*

. (3.2)

*Proof*. If |*a*| ≠ *e*, then *ε*(*a*) = 0 and hence the equation holds. If |*a*| = *e*, then χ(|*a*|, |*b*|) = 1, thus *ε*(*a*)χ(|*a*|, |*b*|) = *ε*(*a*).

The following theorem can be viewed as the fundamental theorem of color Hopf module (compare with [12, page 84]).

**Theorem 7.** *Let A be a color Hopf algebra and M be a graded right color Hopf module. Then is a graded right color Hopf module, where M ^{coA} ⊗ A is a trivial right color Hopf module. In particular, M is a graded free right color Hopf module*.

*Proof*. Consider the map *α* : *M* → *M* defined by for any *m* ∈ *M*. If *m* ∈ *M*, then

Thus *α*(*m*) ∈ *M ^{coA}*.

It makes then sense to define the map , for all *m* ∈ *M*. Define map *G* : *M ^{coA}* ⊗

Hence, *G* ◦ *F* = id *M* and *F* ◦ *G* = .

It remains to show that *G* is a morphism of a graded color Hopf module, that is, it is a morphism of a graded right *A*-module and a morphism of a graded right *A*-comodule.

The first assertion is clear since

.

In order to show that *G* is a morphism of a graded right *A*-comodule, we have to prove that

(*ρ* ◦ *G*)(*m* ⊗ *a*) = (*G* ⊗ id)*ρ*(*m* ⊗ *a*).

This is immediate since for *m* ⊗ *a* ∈ *M ^{coA}* ⊗

This ends the proof.

**Proposition 8.** *Let A be a color Hopf algebra and M be a graded right A-module. Then M ⊗ A is a graded right color Hopf module using comodule map ρ = id _{M} ⊗ *Δ.

*Proof*. Define the graded right *A*-module structure of *M* ⊗ *A* as

Indeed, *M* ⊗ *A* is a graded right *A*-module and for any *a*, *b*, *c* ∈ *A*, *m* ∈ *M*, we have

Since

we have ((*m* ⊗ *a*)*b*)*c* = (*m* ⊗ *a*)(*bc*). Thus *M* ⊗ *A* is a graded right *A*-module.

Define the graded right *A*-comodule of *M* ⊗ *A* as

.

Then *M* ⊗ *A* is a graded right *A*-comodule since

Thus *M* ⊗ *A* is a right *A*-comodule.

Moreover, *M* ⊗ *A* is a graded right color Hopf module. Since

This completes the proof.

We will refer to projective objects of graded *A*-module as gr-projective modules. Taking the notations of [7], we denote the graded global dimensional of *A* as gr. gl. dim *A*.

**Theorem 9.** *Let A be a color Hopf algebra. Then one has*

*where gr. gl.dim A and gr. p. dim A denote the graded global dimension and graded projective dimension of A, respectively; p.dim A denotes the projective dimension of A.*

*Proof*. Consider the projective resolution of in the category of graded right *A*-modules:

Assume that *M* is a graded right *A*-module. Then for any graded right *A*-module *P*, we have a graded right A-module structure on *M* ⊗ *P* with the action given by

.

In this way, we obtain an exact sequence of graded right *A*-modules

We claim that this is a projective resolution of *M* and this will complete the proof.

Now we recall the degree-shift functor on *A*-gr. Let *g* ∈ *G* and *M* = ⊕_{g∈G}*M _{g}* be a graded right

where it is enough to show that each *M* ⊗ *A*(*g*) is projective. Note *M* ⊗ *A*(*g*) = (*M* ⊗ *A*)(*g*), so we only prove that *M* ⊗*A* is projective. But this is true since *M* ⊗ *A* has a graded right color Hopf module structure if we take the graded right *A*-module structure and graded right *A*-comodule structure as Proposition 8.

The last equality gr. p.dim_{A} = p.dim_{A} is derived from [7, I.2.7].

The author would like to thank Professor Quanshui Wu and Professor Xiaowu Chen for their discussions and help. This project was supported by the Chinese NSF (Grant no. 10901098).

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