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Pseudo-injective modules and self-pseudo-injective rings

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The concept of a pseudo-injective module is introduced; its properties are examined as are those of the class of torsion-free modules in the sense of H. Bass over self-pseudo-injective rings.

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Translated from Matematieheskie Zametki, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 369–380, March, 1970.

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Tsukerman, G.M. Pseudo-injective modules and self-pseudo-injective rings. Mathematical Notes of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR 7, 220–226 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01093119

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