Halka Yapısının Sonlu Sıfırlanan Modüller Üzerinde Belirlenmesi
Çağlar, Deniz Halim
xmlui.mirage2.itemSummaryView.MetaDataShow full item record
This thesis is based on work on modules that satisfy the H-condition, also known as "finitely annihilated modules" in the theory of modules on unitary rings. Modules that satisfy the H-condition have taken an important place in ring theory and attracted attention by many mathematicians because of their emergence and effective use in topics such as Homological Algebra and localization in non-commutative rings. The H-condition, believed to have been proposed by P. Gabriel  in the literature, allows a transition between the structure of the ring and the structure of the module on it. The purpose of this thesis is to reveal the structure, examples and importance of finitely annihilated modules, to examine the ring structure consisting of finitely annihilated modules on some module classes. The first chapter of this thesis, which consists of five chapters, consists of information about the historical development and importance of the thesis topic. The second chapter includes the basic definitions and theorems required in the next chapters. In the third chapter, finite annihilated modules are defined and the basic properties they provide are examined. In the fourth chapter, Artinian Rings are characterized by being finite annihilated of each module on it, and the concept of "weak H-condition" is defined. In the last chapter, the effects of semisimple modules, uniform modules, and injective modules to satisfy the H-condition on the ring structure are examined. Keywords: Ring, Module, Finitely Annihilated Module, H-condition, Artinian Ring, Semisimple Module, Uniform Module, Injective Module, Singular module
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Direct Sums And Summands Of Weak Cs-Modules And Continuous Modules Er, N (Rocky Mt Math Consortium, 1999)
Rings Whose Cyclic Modules Are Direct Sums Of Extending Modules Aydogdu, Pınar; Er, Noyan; Ertas, Nil Orhan (Cambridge Univ Press, 2012)Dedekind domains, Artinian serial rings and right uniserial rings share the following property: Every cyclic right module is a direct sum of uniform modules. We first prove the following improvement of the well-known ...
Rings Whose Pure-Injective Right Modules Are Direct Sums of Lifting Modules Guil Asensio, Pedro A.; Tutuncu, Derya Keskin (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2013)It is shown that every pure-injective right module over a ring R is a direct sum of lifting modules if and only if R is a ring of finite representation type and right local type. In particular, we deduce that every left ...