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Rings characterised by semiprimitive modules

  • Yasuyuki Hirano (a1), Dinh Van Huynh (a2) and Jae Keol Park (a3)
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A module M is called a CS-module if every submodule of M is essential in a direct summand of M. It is shown that a ring R is semilocal if and only if every semiprimitive right R-module is CS. Furthermore, it is also shown that the following statements are equivalent for a ring R: (i) R is semiprimary and every right (or left) R-module is injective; (ii) every countably generated semiprimitive right R-module is a direct sum of a projective module and an injective module.

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Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society
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  • EISSN: 1755-1633
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