• Lee, Ki-Suk (Department of mathematics, sookmyung Women's University)
  • Published : 1999.05.01


We extend the Ding's vanishing theorem of $\delta$-invariant slightly on a Cohen-Macaulay local ring using the concept of Golod paris. we also investigate the relation between the vanishing of $\delta$-invariant and Hochster's Monomial Conjecture.


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