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Consider also the embedding problem (K/k, G,

Moreover, we assume that ()(x~ 1 ( 9 )) = (()(xi)Y 2 <9 ) for xi E Ai, g E G. We study the question on equivalence of solutions of the embedding problem (K/k, G, cp, N) in more detail. If Ai and A2 are two equivalent solutions of the embedding problem with actions of G with the help of vi (G) c Aut Ai and v2(G) C AutA2, then Ai and A 2 are isomorphic as algebras. If we apply to A2 any isomorphism acting on Ai together with compatible change of v2(G) we obtain an equivalence of the problems that are realized on one and the same algebra.

Let gi = g;i. Then Ag2Ag:. 1 = Ai = ui, and ui equals the unit element of the 2: g2 algebra K[N]. Consequently, Ag is an invertible element, and A~_ 1 is the inverse to it. Assume lg = Agi. Then l t = Ut- i · Note that lg is a one-dimensional cocycle in zi(G, (K[N])*) which extends the "trivial" cocycle u;-i of zi(N, (K[N])*). Here (K[N])* is the group of invertible elements of the algebra K[N]. We call the cocycle lg, g E G, a compatibility system for the embedding problem (K/k, G, cp). Thus, the existence of a compatibility system is necessary for the compatibility of the embedding problem (K/k, G,