Let A be a noetherian ring. When A is commutative (of finite Krull dimension), A is said to be Gorenstein if its injective dimension is finite. If A has finite global dimension, one says that A is regular. If A is arbitrary, these hypotheses are not sufficient to obtain similar results to those of the commutative case. To remedy this problem, M. Auslander has introduced a supplementary condition. Before stating it, we recall that the grade of a finitely generated (left or right) module is defined by
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