By W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy

Ordinarily the research of algebraic buildings bargains with the techniques like teams, semigroups, groupoids, loops, earrings, near-rings, semirings, and vector areas. The examine of bialgebraic buildings bargains with the research of bistructures like bigroups, biloops, bigroupoids, bisemigroups, birings, binear-rings, bisemirings and bivector spaces.

A whole research of those bialgebraic constructions and their Smarandache analogues is conducted during this book.

For examples:

A set (S, +, .) with binary operations ‘+’ and '.' is termed a bisemigroup of style II if there exists right subsets S1 and S2 of S such that S = S1 U S2 and

(S1, +) is a semigroup.

(S2, .) is a semigroup.

Let (S, +, .) be a bisemigroup. We name (S, +, .) a Smarandache bisemigroup (S-bisemigroup) if S has a formal subset P such that (P, +, .) is a bigroup below the operations of S.

Let (L, +, .) be a non empty set with binary operations. L is related to be a biloop if L has nonempty finite right subsets L1 and L2 of L such that L = L1 U L2 and

(L1, +) is a loop.

(L2, .) is a loop or a group.

Let (L, +, .) be a biloop we name L a Smarandache biloop (S-biloop) if L has a formal subset P that is a bigroup.

Let (G, +, .) be a non-empty set. We name G a bigroupoid if G = G1 U G2 and satisfies the following:

(G1 , +) is a groupoid (i.e. the operation + is non-associative).

(G2, .) is a semigroup.

Let (G, +, .) be a non-empty set with G = G1 U G2, we name G a Smarandache bigroupoid (S-bigroupoid) if

G1 and G2 are unique right subsets of G such that G = G1 U G2 (G1 now not integrated in G2 or G2 now not integrated in G1).

(G1, +) is a S-groupoid.

(G2, .) is a S-semigroup.

A nonempty set (R, +, .) with binary operations ‘+’ and '.' is related to be a biring if R = R1 U R2 the place R1 and R2 are right subsets of R and

(R1, +, .) is a ring.

(R2, +, .) is a ring.

A Smarandache biring (S-biring) (R, +, .) is a non-empty set with binary operations ‘+’ and '.' such that R = R1 U R2 the place R1 and R2 are right subsets of R and

(R1, +, .) is a S-ring.

(R2, +, .) is a S-ring.

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We call a group near-ring NG of a semigroup S over the near-ring N to be a Smarandache group near-ring (S-group near-ring) if N is a S-near-ring. Thus we see all group near-rings need not in general be a S-group near-ring. Further a group nearring can be S-near-ring, yet fail to be a S-group near-ring. Several analogous properties true in case of S-group rings can also be studied in case of S-group nearrings. The challenging isomorphism problem, zero divisor conjecture and semisimple problem in case of group near-rings and S-group near-rings remains at a very dormant state.

If R has atleast one S-ideal which contains a non-zero S-idempotent then we say R is Smarandache weakly e-primitive (S-weakly eprimitive); we call R a Smarandache e-primitive (S-e-primitive) if every non-zero Sideal in R contains a non-zero S-idempotent. 73: Let R be a commutative ring. An additive S-semigroup S of R is said to be a Smarandache radix (S-radix) of R if x3t, (t2 – t) x2 + xt2 are in S if for every x ∈ S and t ∈ R. If R is a non-commutative ring then for any S-semigroup S of R we say R has Smarandache left-radix (S-left-radix) if tx3, (t2 – t)x2 + t2x are in S if for every x ∈ S and t ∈ R.

The loop over near-ring that is the near loop ring denoted by NL with identity is a non-associative near-ring consisting of all finite formal sums of the form α = Σα(m) m; m ∈ L and α (m) ∈ N. (where suppα = {m α(m) ≠ 0, the support of α is finite} satisfying the following operational rules. i. Σα (m) m = Σβ (m) m ⇔ α (m) = β (m) for all m ∈ L. ii. Σα (m) m + Σ µ (m) m = Σ (α (m) + µ (m)) m; m ∈ L α (m) , µ (m) ∈ N. iii. (Σα(m)m) (Σµ(n)n) = Σγ(k)k; m, n, k ∈ L where γ (k) = Σ α (m)µ(n); mn = k ∈ L (whenever they are distributive other wise it is assumed to be in NL).