leftMultiplicationMap(r,n) or leftMultiplicationMap(r,n,m) or leftMultiplicationMap(r,fromBasis,toBasis)
These methods return a matrix over the coefficient ring of the noncommutative ring to which r belongs. The matrix represents left or right multiplication by r. Most commonly, the user will enter the ring element (required to be homogeneous) and a degree n. The result is the matrix of the map A_n > A_n+d where d is the degree of r. The matrix is computed relative to the monomial basis obtain using ncBasis(ZZ,Ring).
Alternatively, the user can enter sets of independent monomials to serve as a basis for the domain and codomain of the maps. The method left or right multiplies r by the fromBasis and converts to coordinates via coefficients and the toBasis.




If the element is not regular, you can use these methods to compute the annihilators in particular degrees.






The object leftMultiplicationMap is a method function.