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The duals of $\cup $-compact modules are briefly discussed.

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The duals of $\cup $-compact modules are briefly discussed.

It is known that a ring $R$ is left Noetherian if and only if every left $R$-module has an injective (pre)cover. We show that $\left(1\right)$ if $R$ is a right $n$-coherent ring, then every right $R$-module has an $(n,d)$-injective (pre)cover; $\left(2\right)$ if $R$ is a ring such that every $(n,0)$-injective right $R$-module is $n$-pure extending, and if every right $R$-module has an $(n,0)$-injective cover, then $R$ is right $n$-coherent. As applications of these results, we give some characterizations of $(n,d)$-rings, von Neumann regular rings and semisimple rings....

Let $\mathbb{N}$ be the set of nonnegative integers and $\mathbb{Z}$ the ring of integers. Let $\mathcal{B}$ be the ring of $N\times N$ matrices over $\mathbb{Z}$ generated by the following two matrices: one obtained from the identity matrix by shifting the ones one position to the right and the other one position down. This ring plays an important role in the study of directly finite rings. Calculation of invertible and idempotent elements of $\mathcal{B}$ yields that the subrings generated by them coincide. This subring is the sum of the ideal $\mathcal{F}$ consisting of...

A ring A is called a chain ring if it is a local, both sided artinian, principal ideal ring. Let R be a commutative chain ring. Let A be a faithful R-algebra which is a chain ring such that Ā = A/J(A) is a separable field extension of R̅ = R/J(R). It follows from a recent result by Alkhamees and Singh that A has a commutative R-subalgebra R₀ which is a chain ring such that A = R₀ + J(A) and R₀ ∩ J(A) = J(R₀) = J(R)R₀. The structure of A in terms of a skew polynomial ring over R₀ is determined.

Addendum to the author's article "Rings whose modules have maximal submodules", which appeared in Publicacions Matemàtiques 39, 1 (1995), 201-214.

Let $R$ be a ring. A subclass $\mathcal{T}$ of left $R$-modules is called a weak torsion class if it is closed under homomorphic images and extensions. Let $\mathcal{T}$ be a weak torsion class of left $R$-modules and $n$ a positive integer. Then a left $R$-module $M$ is called $\mathcal{T}$-finitely generated if there exists a finitely generated submodule $N$ such that $M/N\in \mathcal{T}$; a left $R$-module $A$ is called $(\mathcal{T},n)$-presented if there exists an exact sequence of left $R$-modules $$0\u27f6{K}_{n-1}\u27f6{F}_{n-1}\u27f6\cdots \u27f6{F}_{1}\u27f6{F}_{0}\u27f6M\u27f60$$ such that ${F}_{0},\cdots ,{F}_{n-1}$ are finitely generated free and ${K}_{n-1}$ is $\mathcal{T}$-finitely generated; a left $R$-module...

Based on a lattice-theoretic approach, we give a complete characterization of modules with Fleury's spanning dimension. An example of a non-Artinian, non-hollow module satisfying this finiteness condition is constructed. Furthermore we introduce and characterize the dual notion of Fleury's spanning dimension.

In this paper necessary and sufficient conditions for large subdirect products of $n$-flat modules from the category $Gen\left(Q\right)$ to be $n$-flat are given.

We prove that an associated graded algebra ${R}_{G}$ of a finite dimensional algebra $R$ is $QF$ (= selfinjective) if and only if $R$ is $QF$ and Loewy coincident. Here $R$ is said to be Loewy coincident if, for every primitive idempotent $e$, the upper Loewy series and the lower Loewy series of $Re$ and $eR$ coincide. $QF$-3 algebras are an important generalization of $QF$ algebras; note that Auslander algebras form a special class of these algebras. We prove that for a Loewy coincident algebra $R$, the associated graded algebra...

Let F be a commutative ring with unit. In this paper, for an associative F-algebra A we study some properties forced by finite length or DCC condition on F-submodules of A that are subalgebras with zero multiplication. Such conditions were considered earlier when F was either a field or the ring of rational integers. In the final section, we consider algebras with maximal commutative subalgebras of finite length as F-modules and obtain some results parallel to those known for ACC condition or finite...