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Advances in Ring Theory written by Toma Albu, Robert Wisbauer, SK Jain, Tariq Rizvi
This volume is an outcome of invited lectures delivered at the Ring Theory Section of the 23rd Ohio State-Denison Conference in May 1996. It also contains articles by some invited mathematicians who could not attend the conference. These peer-refereed articles showcase the latest developments and trends in classical Ring Theory, highlighting the crossfertilization of new techniques and ideas with the existing ones. Providing a wide variety of methodologies, this volume should be valuable both to graduate students as well as to specialists in Ring Theory.
The book shows developments in many subjects of this very active field of rings and modules and it contains a wealth of new ideas, techniques and results delivered by some of the most important researchers in the field...
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Title: Advances in Ring Theory
Author(s): Toma Albu, Robert Wisbauer, SK Jain, Tariq Rizvi
Publisher: Birkhäuser Basel
Series: Trends in Mathematics
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Author Syed Tariq Rizvi is Professor and the Coordinator of Department of Mathematics, the Ohio State University (OSU), Lima, USA. After receiving his Ph.D. from McMaster University (Canada) in 1981 and teaching at the University of Waterloo (Canada), he joined OSU in 1982. A recipient of the Outstanding Scholar Award from OSU and a Fulbright Fellow Award from the Fulbright Board, Washington, DC, Professor Rizvi is world renowned for his research contributions to the theory of rings and modules. He has numerous research papers to his credit published in several international journals of high repute, published a monograph by Birkhäuser and coedited five research volumes with other reputed publishers. He also serves on editorial boards of ten international journals, including two as a managing or executive editor. Professor Rizvi has given over 120 invited talks at several national and international conferences, many as a plenary speaker. He has regularly organized sessions at a number of conferences including at the American Mathematical Society conferences and the Ohio State-Denison Math Conference series.
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Advances in Ring Theory written by Toma Albu, Robert Wisbauer, SK Jain, Tariq Rizvi cover the following topics.
Kasch Modules by T. Albu and R. Wisbauer
Compactness in Categories and Interpretations by P. N. Anh and R. Wiegandt
A Ring of Morita Context in Which Each Right Ideal is Weakly Self-injective by S. Barthwal, S. K. Jain, S. Jhingan, S. R. Lopez-Permouth
Splitting Theorems and a Problem of Muller by G. F. Birkenmeier, J. Y. Kim and J. K. Park
Decompositions of D1 Modules by R. A. Brown and M. H. Wright
Right Cones in Groups by H. H. Brungs and G. Tomer
On Extensions of Regular Rings of Finite Index by Central Elements by W. D. Burgess and R. M. Raphael
Intersections of Modules by J. Dauns
Minimal Cogenerators Over Osofsky and Camillo Rings by C. Faith
Uniform Modules Over Goldie Prime Serial Rings by F. Guerriero
Co-Versus Contravariant Finiteness of Categories of Representations by B. Huisgen-Zimmermann and S. O. Smal¢
Monomials and the Lexicographic Order by H. Hulett
Rings Over Which Direct Sums of CS Modules Are CS by D. V. Huynh and B. J. Muller
Exchange Properties and the Total by F. Kasch and W. Schneider
Local Bijective Gabriel Correspondence and Torsion Theoretic FBN Rings by P. Kim and G. Kmuse
Normalizing Extensions and the Second Layer Condition by K. A. Kasler
Generators of Subgroups of Finite Index in GLmClG) by G. T. Lee and S. K. Sehgal
Weak Relative Injective M-Subgenerated Modules by S. Malik and N. Vanaja
Direct Product and Power Series Formations Over 2-Primal Rings by G. Marks
Localization in Noetherian Rings by M. McConnell and F. L. Sandomierski
Projective Dimension of Ideals in Von Neumann Regular Rings by B. L. Gsofsky
Homological Properties of Color Lie Superalgebras by K. L. Price
Indecomposable Modules Over Artinian Right Serial Rings by S. Singh
Nonsingular Extending Modules by P. F. Smith
Right Hereditary, Right Perfect Rings Are Semiprimary by M. L. Teply
On the Endomorphism Ring of a Discrete Module: A Theorem of F. Kasch by J. M. Zelmanowitz
Nonsingular Rings with Finite Type Dimension by Y. Zhou
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