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Local rings with quasi-decomposable maximal ideal

  • SAEED NASSEH (a1) and RYO TAKAHASHI (a2)

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Let (R, 𝔪) be a commutative noetherian local ring. In this paper, we prove that if 𝔪 is decomposable, then for any finitely generated R-module M of infinite projective dimension 𝔪 is a direct summand of (a direct sum of) syzygies of M. Applying this result to the case where 𝔪 is quasi-decomposable, we obtain several classifications of subcategories, including a complete classification of the thick subcategories of the singularity category of R.

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Partly supported by JSPS Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 16K05098.

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Local rings with quasi-decomposable maximal ideal

  • SAEED NASSEH (a1) and RYO TAKAHASHI (a2)

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