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STRONGLY COTORSION (TORSION-FREE) MODULES AND COTORSION PAIRS

  • Yan, Hangyu
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.47 no.5
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    • pp.1041-1052
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    • 2010
  • In this paper, strongly cotorsion (torsion-free) modules are studied and strongly cotorsion (torsion-free) dimension is introduced. It is shown that every module has a special $\mathcal{SC}_n$-preenvelope and an ST $\mathcal{F}_n$-cover for any $n\;{\in}\;\mathbb{N}$ based on some results of cotorsion pairs from [9]. Some characterizations of strongly cotorsion (torsion-free) dimension of a module are given.

CHARACTERIZING ALMOST PERFECT RINGS BY COVERS AND ENVELOPES

  • Fuchs, Laszlo
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.57 no.1
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    • pp.131-144
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    • 2020
  • Characterizations of almost perfect domains by certain covers and envelopes, due to Bazzoni-Salce [7] and Bazzoni [4], are generalized to almost perfect commutative rings (with zero-divisors). These rings were introduced recently by Fuchs-Salce [14], showing that the new rings share numerous properties of the domain case. In this note, it is proved that admitting strongly flat covers characterizes the almost perfect rings within the class of commutative rings (Theorem 3.7). Also, the existence of projective dimension 1 covers characterizes the same class of rings within the class of commutative rings admitting the cotorsion pair (𝒫1, 𝒟) (Theorem 4.1). Similar characterization is proved concerning the existence of divisible envelopes for h-local rings in the same class (Theorem 5.3). In addition, Bazzoni's characterization via direct sums of weak-injective modules [4] is extended to all commutative rings (Theorem 6.4). Several ideas of the proofs known for integral domains are adapted to rings with zero-divisors.

w-MATLIS COTORSION MODULES AND w-MATLIS DOMAINS

  • Pu, Yongyan;Tang, Gaohua;Wang, Fanggui
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.56 no.5
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    • pp.1187-1198
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    • 2019
  • Let R be a domain with its field Q of quotients. An R-module M is said to be weak w-projective if $Ext^1_R(M,N)=0$ for all $N{\in}{\mathcal{P}}^{\dagger}_w$, where ${\mathcal{P}}^{\dagger}_w$ denotes the class of GV-torsionfree R-modules N with the property that $Ext^k_R(M,N)=0$ for all w-projective R-modules M and for all integers $k{\geq}1$. In this paper, we define a domain R to be w-Matlis if the weak w-projective dimension of the R-module Q is ${\leq}1$. To characterize w-Matlis domains, we introduce the concept of w-Matlis cotorsion modules and study some basic properties of w-Matlis modules. Using these concepts, we show that R is a w-Matlis domain if and only if $Ext^k_R(Q,D)=0$ for any ${\mathcal{P}}^{\dagger}_w$-divisible R-module D and any integer $k{\geq}1$, if and only if every ${\mathcal{P}}^{\dagger}_w$-divisible module is w-Matlis cotorsion, if and only if w.w-pdRQ/$R{\leq}1$.