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PURITY OF POLYNOMIAL MODULES AND INVERSE POLYNOMIAL MODULES

  • Published : 2005.08.01

Abstract

In this paper we show that we can extend the purity of left R-modules to the case of polynomial modules, bipolynomial modules, and also inverse polynomial modules.

Keywords

module;pure;pure submodule;inverse polynomial module

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