By Marco Fontana, Salah-Eddine Kabbaj, Sylvia Wiegand
That includes displays from the Fourth foreign convention on Commutative Algebra held in Fez, Morocco, this reference offers tendencies within the turning out to be region of commutative algebra. With contributions from approximately 50 across the world popular researchers, the booklet emphasizes cutting edge functions and connections to algebraic quantity thought, geometry, and homological and computational algebra. offering not easy difficulties of up to date curiosity, discussions comprise linear Diophantine equations, going-down and going-up homes, and graded modules and analytic unfold. in addition they conceal algebroid curves and chain stipulations, beliefs and modules, and fundamental independence.
Read Online or Download Commutative Ring Theory and Applications PDF
Similar group theory books
This publication on glossy module and non-commutative ring concept begins on the foundations of the topic and progresses swiftly during the easy recommendations to assist the reader succeed in present learn frontiers. the 1st 1/2 the booklet is worried with unfastened, projective, and injective modules, tensor algebras, basic modules and primitive jewelry, the Jacobson radical, and subdirect items.
This paintings deals concise assurance of the constitution concept of semigroups. It examines buildings and outlines of semigroups and emphasizes finite, commutative, usual and inverse semigroups. Many constitution theorems on standard and commutative semigroups are brought. ;College or collage bookstores may possibly order 5 or extra copies at a distinct scholar expense that is to be had upon request from Marcel Dekker, Inc.
Additional resources for Commutative Ring Theory and Applications
Dobbs, Divided rings and going-down, Pacific J. Math. 67(1976), 353363.  D. E. Dobbs and R. Fedder, Conducive integral domains, J. Algebra 86(1984), 494-510.  D. E. Dobbs, V. Barucci, and M. Fontana, Gorenstein conducive domains, Comm. Algebra 18(1990), 3889-3903.  J. R. Hedstrom and E. G. Houston, Pseudo-valuation domains, Pacific J. Math. 4(1978), 551-567.  J. Huckaba, Commutative Rings with Zero Divisors, Marcel Dekker, New York/Basel, 1988. Frobenius Number of a Linear Diophantine Equation ABDALLAH BADRA, Universite Blaise Pascal, Laboratoire de mathematiques pures, Les Cezeaux, F 63177 Aubiere.
Mahaney, On primary factorizations, J. Pure and Appl. Algebra 54 (1988), 141-154. 5. D. Anderson, J. L. Mott, and M. Zafrullah, Finite character representations/or integral domains, Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. B(7) 6 (1992), 613-630. 6. D. Anderson and M. Zafrullah, Almost Bezout domains, J. Algebra 142 (1991), 285-309. 7. D. Anderson and M. Zafrullah, Weakly factorial domains and groups of divisibility, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 109 (1990), 907-913. 8. F. Anderson, The class group and local class group of an integral domain, in Non-Noetherian Ring Theory, Math.
11. S. , L. Izelgue, and S. Kabbaj, On the class group of a graded domain, preprint. 12. V. F. Anderson, and D. Dobbs, Coherent Mori domains and the Principal Ideal Theorem, Comm. Algebra 15 (1987), 1119-1156. 13. W. Chang, On the Principal Ideal Theorem, Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 36 (1999), 655-660. 14. M. Fontana, S. Gabelli, and E. Houston, UMT-domains and domains with Priifer integral closure, Comm. Algebra 26(4) (1998), 1017-1039. 14 Anderson et al. 15. S. Gabelli, On divisorial ideals in polynomial rings over Mori domains, Comm.