Ars Combinatoria, cilt.3, sa.0, ss.65-80, 2012 (SCI Expanded İndekslerine Giren Dergi)
We classify all embeddings theta : PG(n,K) > PG(d, F), with d >= n(n+3)/2 and K, F skew fields with vertical bar K vertical bar > 2, such that 0 maps the set of points of each line of PG(n,K) to a set of coplanar points of PG(d, F), and such that the image of theta generates PG(d, F). It turns out that d = 1/2n(n + 3) and all examples "essentially" arise from a similar "full" embedding theta' : PG(n, K) -> PG(d,K) by identifying K with subfields of IF and embedding PG(d, K) into PG(d, F) by several ordinary field extensions. These "full" embeddings satisfy one more property and are classified in . They relate to the quadric Veronesean of PG(n, K) in PG(d, K) and its projections from subspaces of PG(d, K) generated by sub-Veroneseans (the point sets corresponding to subspaces of PG(n,K)), if K is commutative, and to a degenerate analogue of this, if K is noncommutative.