No, for an ideal may be finitely generated without being contained in any finitely generated prime ideal. For example, the zero ideal in a. Machine derived contents note: Preface; 1. Matrices and determinants; 2. Free modules; 3. The invariants of fitting and macrae; 4. Stability and finite free. By D. G. NORTHCOTT £ (Cambridge U.P. theory of finite free resolutions of modules over Noetherian rings, which has already been widely applied.
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References to this book Algebra Serge Lang Limited preview – Gruenberg Modern syllabus algebra [by] D. Common terms and phrases a p x q matrix Accordingly AnnB annihilates assume base for F belongs Chapter 5 Theorem CharB Coker columns commutative ring complete factorizations completes the proof Consequently contains a non-zerodivisor defined denote direct sum direct summand elementary module elementary resolution epimorphism exact sequence exists factorization ideals finite free module finite free resolution finite length finitely generated ideal finitely generated R-module finitely presented Fitting invariants fractional ideal G are finite greatest common divisor Hence homomorphism i?
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Cambridge University Press freee, Jun 3, – Mathematics – pages. The text contains a substantial number of exercises. Fred Rohrer 4, 1 17 Machine derived contents note: An important part of homological algebra deals with modules possessing projective resolutions of finite length.
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