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2 (Extended Euclid in Dedekind Domains). Let R be a Dedekind domain in which one can compute. and let (wih
Let (Wi, ai)i and ("7j, bj)j be two pseudo-bases for an Rmodule M, and let U = (Ui,j) be the n x n matrix giving the "7j in terms of the Wi (so that ("71, ... , "7n) = (WI,'" ,Wn)U). Set a = al ... an and b = bl ... bn . 25, we know that a and b are in the same ideal class). Conversely, if there exist ideals bj such that a = det(U)b (with b = bl '" bn ) and Ui,j E aibil, then ("7j, bj)j is a pseudo-basis of M, where the "7j are given in terms of the Wi by the columns of U. Proof. Since l l "7j E bi M = bi n n i=l i=l E9 ~Wi = E9 aibilwi , it follows that Ui,j E aibil.
By the definition of il-I , I and J are integral ideals and we have 1+ J = R. 1, we can thus find in polynomial time eEl and f E J such that e + f = 1, and clearly U = ela and v = fib satisfy the conditions of the lemma. 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.