2 edition of **Rings and modules** found in the catalog.

Rings and modules

Paulo Ribenboim

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- 22 Currently reading

Published
**1969**
by Interscience Publishers in New York
.

Written in English

- Rings (Algebra),
- Modules (Algebra)

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 157

Series | Interscience tracts in pure and applied mathematics, no. 24, Interscience tracts in pure and applied mathematics -- no. 24 |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | vii, 162 p. |

Number of Pages | 162 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22802901M |

ISBN 10 | 470718056 |

LC Control Number | 68057102 |

Get Book Rings at Wholesale Prices, Get Big Savings! Office and School Supplies at discount and wholesale prices. Bulk Office Supply for over 20% off regular "super store" prices. Starting from definitions, the book introduces fundamental constructions of rings and modules, as direct sums or products, and by exact sequences. It then explores the structure of modules over various types of ring: noncommutative polynomial rings, Artinian rings .

The theory of algebras, rings, and modules is one of the fundamental domains of modern mathematics. General algebra, more specifically non-commutative algebra, is poised for major advances in the twenty-first century (together with and in interaction with combinatorics), just as topology, analysis, and probability experienced in the twentieth centu. Topics covered includes: Elementary properties of rings, Module categories, Modules characterized by the Hom-functor, Notions derived from simple modules, Finiteness conditions in modules, Dual finiteness conditions, Pure sequences and derived notions, Relations between functors and Functor rings. Author(s): Robert Wisbauer.

GRADED RINGS AND MODULES Tom Marley Throughout these notes, all rings are assumed to be commutative with identity. x1. Definitions and examples De nition A ring R is called graded (or more precisely, Z-graded) if there exists a family of subgroups fRngn2Z of R such that (1) R = nRn (as abelian groups), and (2) Rn Rm Rn+m for all n;m. groups, rings (so far as they are necessary for the construction of eld exten-sions) and Galois theory. Each section is followed by a series of problems, partly to check understanding (marked with the letter \R": Recommended problem), partly to present further examples or to extend theory.

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The treatment presupposes some familiarity with sets, groups, rings, and vector spaces. The four-part approach begins with examinations of sets and maps, monoids and groups, categories, and rings. The second part explores unique factorization domains, general module theory, semisimple rings and modules, and Artinian : Maurice Auslander, David Buchsbaum.

This book provides an exposition of the algebraic aspects of the theory of lattice-ordered rings and lattice-ordered modules. All of the background material on rings, modules, and lattice-ordered groups necessary to make the work self-contained and accessible to a variety of readers is by: Basic Books on Rings and Modules.

General Theory of Rings and Modules. Lambeck, Rings and Modules This is a very nice, small, readable book. Most of all, it is probably represents the strongest influence on the graduate algebra course I teach. The theory of algebras, rings, and modules is one of the fundamental domains of modern mathematics.

General algebra, more specifically non-commutative algebra, is poised for major advances in the twenty-first century (together with and in interaction with combinatorics), just as topology, analysis, and probability experienced in the twentieth century.

This is the second volume of Algebras. Get this from a library. Abelian groups, rings, modules, and homological algebra.

[Pat Goeters; Overtoun M G Jenda;] -- In honor of Edgar Enochs and his venerable contributions to a broad range of topics in Algebra, top researchers from around the world gathered. This book is intended to provide a reasonably self-contained account of a major portion of the general theory of rings and modules suitable as a text for introductory and more advanced graduate courses.

We assume the famil iarity with rings usually acquired in standard undergraduate algebra courses. Our general approach is categorical rather than arithmetical. This book presents a systematic exposition of the various applications of closure operations in commutative and noncommutative algebra.

In addition to further advancing multiplicative ideal theory, the book opens doors to the various uses of closure operations in the study of rings and modules, with emphasis on commutative rings and ideals.

Rings, Modules and Codes Share this page Edited by André Leroy; Christian Lomp; Sergio López-Permouth; Frédérique Oggier. This book contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Noncommutative Rings and their Applications, held from June 12–15,at the University of.

This book is addressed to a reader who wishes to learn this topic from the beginning to research level. We have tried to write a self-contained book which is intended to be a modern textbook on the structure theory of associative rings and related structures and will be accessible for independent study.

This book is intended to provide a reasonably self-contained account of a major portion of the general theory of rings and modules suitable as a /5(1). This constitutes much of Chapter 4 -the Morita theorem is Theorem 4.

and the basis for it is a corre spondence theorem for projective modules (Theorem 4. 7) suggested by the Morita context. As a by-product, this provides foundation for a rather complete theory of simple Noetherian rings-but more about this in the introduction.

For this reason, topologists generally work with rings and modules in the stable homotopy category, with their products and actions deﬁned only up to ho-motopy. In contrast, of course, algebraists generally work with diﬀerential graded k-algebras that have associative point-set level multiplications.

Abstract. Rings play two important roles in this book: firstly as alphabets, secondly as an underlying structure for algebraic codes. Here, most rings associated with codes are assumed to be finite, with identity, but there are other rings that are infinite, for they are needed to define the former.Lectures on Rings and Modules (for 2nd reading) in, Noncommutative Rings (most preferable for me, but without exercises)ld, Introduction to Commutative Algebra (if you will study algebraic geometry in the future).

This volume provides a clear and self-contained introduction to important results in the theory of rings and modules. Assuming only the mathematical background provided by a normal undergraduate curriculum, the theory is derived by comparatively direct and simple methods.

Preface On the one hand this book intends to provide an introduction to module theory and the related part of ring theory. Starting from a basic understand. PREFACE This set of lecture notes is focused on the noncommutative aspects of the study of rings and modules. It is intended to complement the book Steps in Commutative Algebra, by R.

Sharp, which provides excellent coverage of the commutative theory. It is also intended to provide the necessary background for the book An Introduction to Noncommutative Noetherian Rings, by K. Value groups and valuation rings More properties of valuation rings Existence of valuation rings Valuation rings and completion Some invariants Examples of valuations Valuations and the integral closure of ideals The asymptotic Samuel function Exercises 7.

This book is an introduction to the theory of rings and modules that goes beyond what one normally obtains in a graduate course in abstract algebra. In addition to the presentation of standard topics in ring and module theory, it also covers category theory, homological algebra and even more specialized topics like injective envelopes and.

This book deals with dist ributive and s em idistribut ive modules and rings (a module M is distribut ive if its latt ice of subm odules is distr ibutive and M is s emidistr ibutive if it is a direct. Details about Rings, Modules and Algebras by Adamson, Iain T.

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