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89) (R) LXv ® E(XH) x x rv = l: xH ® XV) for right (resp. left) x; L(xv)v ® (XV)H ® XH = LXV ® (XH)' ® (XH)" x x x x for right (resp. left) comodules (here ~H(X) = ~(x) = l: x' ® x" E H ® H). There are other notations in [400, 456] but this approach seems most clear; commutative diagrams also help here (ef. [371, 400, 456]). We will discuss H-comodule algebras and coalgebras later. 90) (coasociativity in the form (id ®~) o ~ = (~® id) o ~ is checked in [456]). 1. 2, along with left (right) cross coproducts >0IIII (~).

Left) x; L(xv)v ® (XV)H ® XH = LXV ® (XH)' ® (XH)" x x x x for right (resp. left) comodules (here ~H(X) = ~(x) = l: x' ® x" E H ® H). There are other notations in [400, 456] but this approach seems most clear; commutative diagrams also help here (ef. [371, 400, 456]). We will discuss H-comodule algebras and coalgebras later. 90) (coasociativity in the form (id ®~) o ~ = (~® id) o ~ is checked in [456]). 1. 2, along with left (right) cross coproducts >0IIII (~). We want to say more about this, in clarifyirig various notations, and also introduce the ideas of double cross product (or bicrossed product) [Xl, left-right (resp.

144) (a 0 h)(b 0 g) = "L ab2 0 h2gu- 1(h 1 0 b1)u(h 3 0 b3) and cross relations (A 78) 2:: U(h1 0 adh2a2 = 2:: a1hw(h2 0 a2). 3. 15. 146) (~0 id) o a(a) = "L((id 0 (3) o a(a1))(10 a(a2)); (id 0~) o f3(h) = "L(f3(h 1) 01)((a 0 id) o f3(h 2)) and a(a)f3(h) = f3(h)a(a). Then there is a double cross coproduct bialgebra H ~ A with tensor product algebra structure and counit while ~(h 0 a) = 2:: h1 0 a(a1)f3(h2) 0 a2. If Hand A are Hopf algebras so is H ~ A. 3 via computations in terms of H' and A'. Thus (A80) < a(b), h 0 a >=< b, h