Semidistributive Modules and Rings by A.a. TuganbaevSemidistributive Modules and Rings by A.a. Tuganbaev

Semidistributive Modules and Rings

byA.a. Tuganbaev

Paperback | October 15, 2012

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A module M is called distributive if the lattice Lat(M) of all its submodules is distributive, i.e., Fn(G + H) = FnG + FnH for all submodules F,G, and H of the module M. A module M is called uniserial if all its submodules are comparable with respect to inclusion, i.e., the lattice Lat(M) is a chain. Any direct sum of distributive (resp. uniserial) modules is called a semidistributive (resp. serial) module. The class of distributive (resp. semidistributive) modules properly cont.ains the class ofall uniserial (resp. serial) modules. In particular, all simple (resp. semisimple) modules are distributive (resp. semidistributive). All strongly regular rings (for example, all factor rings of direct products of division rings and all commutative regular rings) are distributive; all valuation rings in division rings and all commutative Dedekind rings (e.g., rings of integral algebraic numbers or commutative principal ideal rings) are distributive. A module is called a Bezout module or a locally cyclic module ifevery finitely generated submodule is cyclic. If all maximal right ideals of a ring A are ideals (e.g., if A is commutative), then all Bezout A-modules are distributive.
Askar Tuganbaevreceived his Ph.D. at the Moscow State University in 1978 and has been a professor at Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technological University) since 1978. He is the author of three other monographs on ring theory and has written numerous articles on ring theory.
Title:Semidistributive Modules and RingsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:357 pagesPublished:October 15, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:940106136X

ISBN - 13:9789401061360


Table of Contents

Introduction. Symbols. 1. Radicals, Local and Semisimple Modules. 2. Projective and Injective Modules. 3. Bezout and Regular Modules. 4. Continuous and Finite-Dimensional Modules. 5. Rings of Quotients. 6. Flat Modules and Semiperfect Rings. 7. Semihereditary and Invariant Rings. 8. Endomorphism Rings. 9. Distributive Rings with Maximum Conditions. 10. Self-Injective and Skew-Injective Rings. 11. Semidistributive and Serial Rings. 12. Monoid Rings and Related Topics. Bibliography. Index.