A diamond lemma for rings?

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Anyone know that result? Comments? How is it connected to algebra in general and what kind of algebra is it part of? It is obviously about rings but what else is it part of?
 

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I vaguely remember this from a course on Hopf algebras and quantum groups I followed a long time ago....
 
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I vaguely remember this from a course on Hopf algebras and quantum groups I followed a long time ago....
Aren't what you suggest related to representation theory?

So the diamond lemma of rings related to representation theory? If so in what ways?
 
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Aren't what you suggest related to representation theory?

So the diamond lemma of rings related to representation theory? If so in what ways?
I would have to digg up my old notes. We (physics students) were following a course on Hopf algebras intended for physicists. So, the Prof. had to take into account that we don't know a lot about the ordinary algebra stuff. Somewhere in the course this "Diamond Lemma" came up....
 

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