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Monolithic modules over Noetherian Rings  [PDF]
Paula A. A. B. Carvalho,Ian M. Musson
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We study finiteness conditions on essential extensions of simple modules over the quantum plane, the quantized Weyl algebra and Noetherian down-up algebras. The results achieved improve the ones obtained in [arXiv:0906.2930] for down-up algebras.
FI-modules over Noetherian rings  [PDF]
Thomas Church,Jordan S. Ellenberg,Benson Farb,Rohit Nagpal
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.2140/gt.2014.18.2951
Abstract: FI-modules were introduced by the first three authors in [CEF] to encode sequences of representations of symmetric groups. Over a field of characteristic 0, finite generation of an FI-module implies representation stability for the corresponding sequence of S_n-representations. In this paper we prove the Noetherian property for FI-modules over arbitrary Noetherian rings: any sub-FI-module of a finitely generated FI-module is finitely generated. This lets us extend many of the results of [CEF] to representations in positive characteristic, and even to integral coefficients. We focus on three major applications of the main theorem: on the integral and mod p cohomology of configuration spaces; on diagonal coinvariant algebras in positive characteristic; and on an integral version of Putman's central stability for homology of congruence subgroups.
Big projective modules over noetherian semilocal rings  [PDF]
Dolors Herbera,Pavel Prihoda
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: We prove that for a noetherian semilocal ring $R$ with exactly $k$ isomorphism classes of simple right modules the monoid $V^*(R)$ of isomorphism classes of countably generated projective right (left) modules, viewed as a submonoid of $V^*(R/J(R))$, is isomorphic to the monoid of solutions in $(\No \cup\{\infty\})^k$ of a system consisting of congruences and diophantine linear equations. The converse also holds, that is, if $M$ is a submonoid of $(\No \cup\{\infty\})^k$ containing an order unit $(n_1,..., n_k)$ of $\No^k$ which is the set of solutions of a system of congruences and linear diophantine equations then it can be realized as $V^*(R)$ for a noetherian semilocal ring such that $R/J(R)\cong M_{n_1}(D_1)\times ... \times M_{n_k}(D_k)$ for suitable division rings $D_1,..., D_k$.
Cotilting modules over commutative noetherian rings  [PDF]
Jan Stovicek,Jan Trlifaj,Dolors Herbera
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1016/j.jpaa.2014.01.008
Abstract: Recently, tilting and cotilting classes over commutative noetherian rings have been classified in arXiv:1203.0907. We proceed and, for each n-cotilting class C, construct an n-cotilting module inducing C by an iteration of injective precovers. A further refinement of the construction yields the unique minimal n-cotilting module inducing C. Finally, we consider localization: a cotilting module is called ample, if all of its localizations are cotilting. We prove that for each 1-cotilting class, there exists an ample cotilting module inducing it, but give an example of a 2-cotilting class which fails this property.
Vanishing of the top local cohomology modules over Noetherian rings  [PDF]
Kamran Divaani-Aazar
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: Let R be a (not necessarily local) Noetherian ring and M a finitely generated R-module of finite dimension d. Let \fa be an ideal of R and \fM denote the intersection of all prime ideals \fp in Supp_RH^d_{\fa}(M). It is shown that H^d_{\fa}(M)\simeq H^d_{\fM}(M)/\displaystyle{\sum_{n\in \mathbb{N}}}<\fM>(0:_{H^d_{\fM}(M)}\fa^n), where for an Artinian R-module A we put <\fM>A=\cap_{n\in \mathbb{N}} \fM^nA. As a consequence, it is proved that for all ideals \fa of R, there are only finitely many non-isomorphic top local cohomology modules H^d_{\fa}(M) having the same support. In addition, we establish an analogue of the Lichtenbaum-Hartshorne Vanishing Theorem over rings that need not be local.
On Flatness and Completion for Infinitely Generated Modules over Noetherian Rings  [PDF]
Amnon Yekutieli
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Let A be a noetherian commutative ring, and let I be an ideal in A. We study questions of flatness and I-adic completeness for infinitely generated A-modules. This is done using the notions of decaying function and I-adically free A-module.
Grade of ideals with respect to torsion theories  [PDF]
Mohsen Asgharzadeh,Massoud Tousi
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: This paper deals with the notion of grade of ideals with respect to torsion theories defined via some homological tools such as Ext-modules, Koszul cohomology modules, \v{C}ech and local cohomology modules over commutative rings which are not necessarily Noetherian. We also compare these approaches of grade.
On the existence of unimodular elements and cancellation of projective modules over noetherian and non-noetherian rings  [PDF]
Anjan Gupta
Mathematics , 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.jalgebra.2015.09.009
Abstract: Let $R$ be a commutative ring of dimension $d$, $S = R[X]$ or $R[X, 1/X]$ and $P$ a finitely generated projective $S$ module of rank $r$. Then $P$ is cancellative if $P$ has a unimodular element and $r \geq d + 1$. Moreover if $r \geq \dim (S)$ then $P$ has a unimodular element and therefore $P$ is cancellative. As an application we have proved that if $R$ is a ring of dimension $d$ of finite type over a Pr\"{u}fer domain and $P$ is a projective $R[X]$ or $R[X, 1/X]$ module of rank at least $d + 1$, then $P$ has a unimodular element and is cancellative.
On the formal grade of finitely generated modules over local rings  [PDF]
Mohsen Asgharzadeh,Kamran Divaani-Aazar
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: Let \fa be an ideal of a local ring (R,\fm) and M a finitely generated R-module. This paper concerns the notion \fgrade(\fa,M), the formal grade of M with respect to \fa (i.e. the least integer i such that {\vpl}_nH^i_{\fm}(M/\fa^n M)\neq 0). We show that \fgrade(\fa,M)\geq \depth M-\cd_{\fa}(M), and as a result, we establish a new characterization of Cohen-Macaulay modules. As an application of this characterization, we show that if M is Cohen-Macaulay and L a pure submodule of M with the same support as M, then \fgrade(\fa,L)=\fgrade(\fa,M). Also, we give a generalization of the Hochster-Eagon result on Cohen-Macaulayness of invariant rings.
Cohen-Macaulay modules and holonomic modules over filtered rings  [PDF]
Hiroki Miyahara,Kenji Nishida
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: We study Gorenstein dimension and grade of a module $M$ over a filtered ring whose assosiated graded ring is a commutative Noetherian ring. An equality or an inequality between these invariants of a filtered module and its associated graded module is the most valuable property for an investigation of filtered rings. We prove an inequality G-dim$M\leq{G-dim gr}M$ and an equality ${\rm grade}M={\rm grade gr}M$, whenever Gorenstein dimension of ${\rm gr}M$ is finite (Theorems 2.3 and 2.8). We would say that the use of G-dimension adds a new viewpoint for studying filtered rings and modules. We apply these results to a filtered ring with a Cohen-Macaulay or Gorenstein associated graded ring and study a Cohen-Macaulay, perfect or holonomic module.
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