### Constructions of finitely generated submodules of constructively noetherian modules

Wim Ruitenburg (1987)

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Wim Ruitenburg (1987)

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For any module M over an associative ring R, let σ[M] denote the smallest Grothendieck subcategory of Mod-R containing M. If σ[M] is locally finitely presented the notions of purity and pure injectivity are defined in σ[M]. In this paper the relationship between these notions and the corresponding notions defined in Mod-R is investigated, and the connection between the resulting Ziegler spectra is discussed. An example is given of an M such that σ[M] does not contain any non-zero finitely...

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Zelmanowitz [12] introduced the concept of ring, which we call ^{⊥} of a subset X of R is zero, then X_{1}
^{⊥} = 0 for a finite subset X_{1} ⊆ X.
(ZIP 2) If L is a left ideal and if L^{⊥} = 0, then L_{1}
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Terence Gaffney (1979)

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