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RINGS WITH VARIATIONS OF FLAT COVERS

  • Demirci, Yilmaz Mehmet;Turkmen, Ergul
    • Honam Mathematical Journal
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    • v.41 no.4
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    • pp.799-812
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    • 2019
  • We introduce flat e-covers of modules and define e-perfect rings as a generalization of perfect rings. We prove that a ring is right perfect if and only if it is semilocal and right e-perfect which generalizes a result due to N. Ding and J. Chen. Moreover, in the light of the fact that a ring R is right perfect if and only if flat covers of any R-module are projective covers, we study on the rings over which flat covers of modules are (generalized) locally projective covers, and obtain some characterizations of (semi) perfect, A-perfect and B-perfect rings.

X-LIFTING MODULES OVER RIGHT PERFECT RINGS

  • Chang, Chae-Hoon
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.45 no.1
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    • pp.59-66
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    • 2008
  • Keskin and Harmanci defined the family B(M,X) = ${A{\leq}M|{\exists}Y{\leq}X,{\exists}f{\in}Hom_R(M,X/Y),\;Ker\;f/A{\ll}M/A}$. And Orhan and Keskin generalized projective modules via the class B(M, X). In this note we introduce X-local summands and X-hollow modules via the class B(M, X). Let R be a right perfect ring and let M be an X-lifting module. We prove that if every co-closed submodule of any projective module P contains Rad(P), then M has an indecomposable decomposition. This result is a generalization of Kuratomi and Chang's result [9, Theorem 3.4]. Let X be an R-module. We also prove that for an X-hollow module H such that every non-zero direct summand K of H with $K{\in}B$(H, X), if $H{\oplus}H$ has the internal exchange property, then H has a local endomorphism ring.

Simple Presentness in Modular Group Algebras over Highly-generated Rings

  • Danchev, Peter V.
    • Kyungpook Mathematical Journal
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    • v.46 no.1
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    • pp.57-64
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    • 2006
  • It is proved that if G is a direct sum of countable abelian $p$-groups and R is a special selected commutative unitary highly-generated ring of prime characteristic $p$, which ring is more general than the weakly perfect one, then the group of all normed units V (RG) modulo G, that is V (RG)=G, is a direct sum of countable groups as well. This strengthens a result due to W. May, published in (Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 1979), that treats the same question but over a perfect ring.

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ON A GENERALIZATION OF ⊕-SUPPLEMENTED MODULES

  • Turkmen, Burcu Nisanci;Davvaz, Bijan
    • Honam Mathematical Journal
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    • v.41 no.3
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    • pp.531-538
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    • 2019
  • We introduce FI-${\oplus}$-supplemented modules as a proper generalization of ${\oplus}$-supplemented modules. We prove that; (1) every finite direct sum of FI-${\oplus}$-supplemented R-modules is an FI-${\oplus}$-supplemented R-module for any ring R ; (2) if every left R-module is FI-${\oplus}$-supplemented over a semilocal ring R, then R is left perfect; (3) if M is a finitely generated torsion-free uniform R-module over a commutative integrally closed domain such that every direct summand of M is FI-${\oplus}$-supplemented, then M is a direct sum of cyclic modules.

RAD-SUPPLEMENTING MODULES

  • Ozdemir, Salahattin
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.53 no.2
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    • pp.403-414
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    • 2016
  • Let R be a ring, and let M be a left R-module. If M is Rad-supplementing, then every direct summand of M is Rad-supplementing, but not each factor module of M. Any finite direct sum of Rad-supplementing modules is Rad-supplementing. Every module with composition series is (Rad-)supplementing. M has a Rad-supplement in its injective envelope if and only if M has a Rad-supplement in every essential extension. R is left perfect if and only if R is semilocal, reduced and the free left R-module $(_RR)^{({\mathbb{N})}$ is Rad-supplementing if and only if R is reduced and the free left R-module $(_RR)^{({\mathbb{N})}$ is ample Rad-supplementing. M is ample Rad-supplementing if and only if every submodule of M is Rad-supplementing. Every left R-module is (ample) Rad-supplementing if and only if R/P(R) is left perfect, where P(R) is the sum of all left ideals I of R such that Rad I = I.

ON A CLASS OF PERFECT RINGS

  • Olgun, Arzu;Turkmen, Ergul
    • Honam Mathematical Journal
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    • v.42 no.3
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    • pp.591-600
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    • 2020
  • A module M is called ss-semilocal if every submodule U of M has a weak supplement V in M such that U∩V is semisimple. In this paper, we provide the basic properties of ss-semilocal modules. In particular, it is proved that, for a ring R, RR is ss-semilocal if and only if every left R-module is ss-semilocal if and only if R is semilocal and Rad(R) ⊆ Soc(RR). We define projective ss-covers and prove the rings with the property that every (simple) module has a projective ss-cover are ss-semilocal.

Baer and Quasi-Baer Modules over Some Classes of Rings

  • Haily, Abdelfattah;Rahnaou, Hamid
    • Kyungpook Mathematical Journal
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    • v.51 no.4
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    • pp.375-384
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    • 2011
  • We study Baer and quasi-Baer modules over some classes of rings. We also introduce a new class of modules called AI-modules, in which the kernel of every nonzero endomorphism is contained in a proper direct summand. The main results obtained here are: (1) A module is Baer iff it is an AI-module and has SSIP. (2) For a perfect ring R, the direct sum of Baer modules is Baer iff R is primary decomposable. (3) Every injective R-module is quasi-Baer iff R is a QI-ring.

Finitely Generated Modules over Semilocal Rings and Characterizations of (Semi-)Perfect Rings

  • Chang, Chae-Hoon
    • Kyungpook Mathematical Journal
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    • v.48 no.1
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    • pp.143-154
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    • 2008
  • Lomp [9] has studied finitely generated projective modules over semilocal rings. He obtained the following: finitely generated projective modules over semilocal rings are semilocal. We shall give necessary and sufficient conditions for finitely generated modules to be semilocal modules. By using a lifting property, we also give characterizations of right perfect (semiperfect) rings. Our main results can be summarized as follows: (1) Let M be a finitely generated module. Then M has finite hollow dimension if and only if M is weakly supplemented if and only if M is semilocal. (2) A ring R is right perfect if and only if every flat right R-module is lifting and every right R-module has a flat cover if and only if every quasi-projective right R-module is lifting. (3) A ring R is semiperfect if and only if every finitely generated flat right R-module is lifting if and only if RR satisfies the lifting property for simple factor modules.

UNIFORM AND COUNIFORM DIMENSION OF GENERALIZED INVERSE POLYNOMIAL MODULES

  • Zhao, Renyu
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.49 no.5
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    • pp.1067-1079
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    • 2012
  • Let M be a right R-module, (S, ${\leq}$) a strictly totally ordered monoid which is also artinian and ${\omega}:S{\rightarrow}Aut(R)$ a monoid homomorphism, and let $[M^{S,{\leq}}]_{[[R^{S,{\leq}},{\omega}]]$ denote the generalized inverse polynomial module over the skew generalized power series ring [[$R^{S,{\leq}},{\omega}$]]. In this paper, we prove that $[M^{S,{\leq}}]_{[[R^{S,{\leq}},{\omega}]]$ has the same uniform dimension as its coefficient module $M_R$, and that if, in addition, R is a right perfect ring and S is a chain monoid, then $[M^{S,{\leq}}]_{[[R^{S,{\leq}},{\omega}]]$ has the same couniform dimension as its coefficient module $M_R$.