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Surveying the main influential advancements within the box, this court cases reports the most recent learn on algebras and their representations, commutative and non-commutative earrings, modules, conformal algebras, and torsion theories. the quantity collects stimulating discussions from world-renowned names together with Tsit-Yuen Lam, Larry Levy, Barbara Osofsky, and Patrick Smith.

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Indeed, let M = Z/pZ ® Z/p 2 Z 0 Z/p 3 Z for some prime p. 2]. (iii) We have seen that every extending module is 7-complemented, hence self-7-divisible. But this is no longer true for an arbitrary torsion theory T. Indeed, let T be cogenerated by the Priifer group Zp0o for some prime p. Then the Z-module Z is clearly extending. It is easy to see that the natural homomorphism from the closed Z-submodule pL of Z to Z cannot be extended to an endomorphism of Z, hence Z is not a self-T-divisible Z-module.

Then the following assertions hold: (1) J n E v a n n / ( J ) = 0 (2) [J, J,Evann 7 (J)] = [Evann 7 (J), J, J] = 0 (3) [J, [7,Evann/(J)] © Evann 7 (J)] = 0. Proof. 1. Let Sn '•= J C\ A n n / ( J n ) , which is an ideal of I since J " is an ideal of / , so both J and Ann/( Jn) are ideals of J. 4 S„n C 5„ C Ann 7 (J n ) and S™ C J " , hence we have S%+1 = [I,SZ,S%] C [I,Jn, Annj(J")] = 0. We have proved that Sn is a nilpotent ideal of J and / is semiprime, hence Sn — 0. Now J n E v a n n j ( J ) = J n ( \J Ann/(J")) = U(JnAnn 7 (J"))= U S n = 0.

Husek, Productivity of coreflective classes of topological groups, Comment. Math. Univ. Carolinae, 40 (1999), 551-560. I N H E R I T A N C E OF P R I M E N E S S B Y IDEALS I N LIE TRIPLE SYSTEMS A. J. C A L D E R O N M A R T I N A N D M. es E-mail: ForeroManuelQhotmail. com We show that semiprime ideals in a Lie triple system inherit primeness. As a tool, we also study the transfer of regularity conditions between a Lie triple system T and its standard algebra envelope L, stating that T is prime (resp.

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