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An additivity formula for the strict global dimension of C(Ω)

Seytek Tabaldyev (2014)

Open Mathematics

Let A be a unital strict Banach algebra, and let K + be the one-point compactification of a discrete topological space K. Denote by the weak tensor product of the algebra A and C(K +), the algebra of continuous functions on K +. We prove that if K has sufficiently large cardinality (depending on A), then the strict global dimension is equal to .

Finitistic dimension and restricted injective dimension

Dejun Wu (2015)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

We study the relations between finitistic dimensions and restricted injective dimensions. Let R be a ring and T a left R -module with A = End R T . If R T is selforthogonal, then we show that rid ( T A ) findim ( A A ) findim ( R T ) + rid ( T A ) . Moreover, if R is a left noetherian ring and T is a finitely generated left R -module with finite injective dimension, then rid ( T A ) findim ( A A ) fin . inj . dim ( R R ) + rid ( T A ) . Also we show by an example that the restricted injective dimensions of a module may be strictly smaller than the Gorenstein injective dimension.

On Arens-Michael algebras which do not have non-zero injective ⨶-modules

A. Pirkovskii (1999)

Studia Mathematica

A certain class of Arens-Michael algebras having no non-zero injective topological ⨶-modules is introduced. This class is rather wide and contains, in particular, algebras of holomorphic functions on polydomains in n , algebras of smooth functions on domains in n , algebras of formal power series, and, more generally, any nuclear Fréchet-Arens-Michael algebra which has a free bimodule Koszul resolution.

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