theory of length for Noetherian modules

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Universitetet i Oslo, Matematisk institutt , Oslo
Modules (Algebra), Rings (Alg
Statementby Tor H. Gulliksen.
SeriesPreprint series. Mathematics, 19
LC ClassificationsQA247 .G84
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Pagination18 l.
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A THEORY OF LENGTH FOR NOETHERIAN MODULES Tor H. Gulliksen Introduction. In this paper we shall introduce a theory of length for Nartherian modules over an arbitrary ring (with identity), assigning to each Noetherian module M an ordinal number l(M) which will briefly be called the length.

Gulliksen, A theory of length for Noetherian modules In general there does not exist a good notion of composition series in terms of which l(M) can be defined. However, we show in Proposition that if M has countable Krull dimension, then there exists a chain of non-zero submodules of M which is of ordinal type 1(M).Cited by: A theory of length for Noetherian modules - CORE Reader.

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Find books. Then, in the exercises, they indicate how to translate the theory to modules. The decompositions need not exist, as the rings and modules need not be Noetherian. Associated primes play a secondary role: they are defined as the radicals of the primary components, and then characterized as the primes that are the radicals of annihilators of.

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left ideals). All the rings. Localization in Noetherian Rings (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series Book 98) eBook: Jategaonkar, A. V.: : Kindle StoreReviews: 1.Read 6 answers by scientists with 24 recommendations from their colleagues to the question asked by Kelvin John Anjos on E.g.

$\mathbb Z$ is Noetherian, and is f.g. (indeed cyclic) as a module over itself, but is not finite length as a module over itself.

The same remark will apply with $\mathbb Z$ replaced by any Noetherian ring that is not Artinian. That is why all the other hypotheses are necessary. Regards, $\endgroup$ – Emerton May 30 '13 at