Exercises in Basic Ring Theory by Grigore CalugareanuExercises in Basic Ring Theory by Grigore Calugareanu

Exercises in Basic Ring Theory

byGrigore Calugareanu, P. Hamburg

Paperback | December 15, 2010

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This book contains almost 350 exercises in basic ring theory. The problems form the `folklore' of ring theory, and the solutions are given in as much detail as possible. This makes the work ideally suited for self-study. Subjects treated include zero divisors, ring homomorphisms, divisibility in integral domains, division rings, automorphisms, the tensor product, artinian and noetherian rings, socle and radical rings, semisimple rings, polynomial rings, rings of quotients, and rings of continuous functions. Audience: This volume is recommended for lecturers and graduate students involved in associative rings and algebras, commutative rings and algebras, algebraic number theory, field theory and polynomials, order, lattices, and general topology.
Title:Exercises in Basic Ring TheoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:213 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0.07 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048149851

ISBN - 13:9789048149858

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Table of Contents

Preface. List of Symbols. I: Exercises. 1. Fundamentals. 2. Ideals. 3. Zero Divisors. 4. Ring Homomorphisms. 5. Characteristics. 6. Divisibility in Integral Domains. 7. Division Rings. 8. Automorphisms. 9. The Tensor Product. 10. Artinian and Noetherian Rings. 11. Socle and Radical. 12. Semisimple Rings. 13. Prime Ideals, Local Rings. 14. Polynomial Rings. 15. Rings of Quotients. 16. Rings of Continuous Functions. 17. Special Problems. II: Solutions. 1. Fundamentals. 2. Ideals. 3. Zero Divisors. 4. Ring Homomorphisms. 5. Characteristics. 6. Divisibility in Integral Domains. 7. Division Rings. 8. Automorphisms. 9. The Tensor Product. 10. Artinian and Noetherian Rings. 11. Socle and Radical. 12. Semisimple Rings. 13. Prime Ideals, Local Rings. 14. Polynomial Rings. 15. Rings of Quotients. 16. Rings of Continuous Functions. 17. Special Problems. Bibliography. Index.