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ON COMMUTATIVE REDUCED FILIAL RINGS

  • R. R. ANDRUSZKIEWICZ (a1) and K. PRYSZCZEPKO (a2)

Abstract

A ring in which every accessible subring is an ideal is called filial. We continue the study of commutative reduced filial rings started in [R. R. Andruszkiewicz and K. Pryszczepko, ‘A classification of commutative reduced filial rings’, Comm. Algebra to appear]. In particular we describe the Noetherian commutative reduced rings and construct nontrivial examples of commutative reduced filial rings without ideals which are domains.

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For correspondence; e-mail: karolp@math.uwb.edu.pl

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