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Exercises in Modules and Rings

Exercises in Modules and Rings by T.Y. Lam
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The idea of writing this book came roughly at the time of publication of my graduate text Lectures on Modules and Rings, Springer GTM Vol. 189, 1999. Since that time, teaching obligations and intermittent intervention of other projects caused prolonged delays in the work on this volume. Only a lucky break in my schedule in 2006 enabled me to put the finishing touches on the completion of this long overdue book. This book is intended to serve a dual purpose. First, it is designed as a "problem book" for Lectures. As such, it contains the statements and full solutions of the many exercises that appeared in Lectures. Second, this book is also offered as a reference and repository for general information in the theory of modules and rings that may be hard to find in the standard textbooks in the field. As a companion volume to Lectures, this work covers the same math­ ematical material as its parent work; namely, the part of ring theory that makes substantial use of the notion of modules. The two books thus share the same table of contents, with the first half treating projective, injective, and flat modules, homological and uniform dimensions, and the second half dealing with noncommutative localizations and Goldie's theorems, maximal rings of quotients, Frobenius and quasi-Frobenius rings, conclud­ ing with Morita's theory of category equivalences and dualities.
Springer New York; December 2009
429 pages; ISBN 9780387488998
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Title: Exercises in Modules and Rings
Author: T.Y. Lam
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