• A. V. Mikhalev
  • L. A. Skornyakov
Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 12)


In the present article we consider the papers on the theory of modules reviewed in the Mathematics section of Referativnyi Zhurnal during 1966–1968. Unless we specify otherwise all the modules to be considered in the survey are taken to be left and and unitary. Therefore, as a rule we shall set forth the left-sided versions of the results regardless of which version was chosen by the author or by the reviewer. When we speak of work which has already been mentioned in previous issues of “Itogi Nauki” (Progress in Mathematics), we shall make reference to these issues.


Local Ring Commutative Ring Left Ideal Projective Module Noetherian Ring 
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