Flat modules and semiperfect rings
Part of the Mathematics and Its Applications book series (MAIA, volume 449)
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Let A be a ring, E A and A M be right and left A-modules, respectively, and let E × M be the cartesian product of these modules. The tensor product E⊖ A M is the Abelian group F/H, where F is the free Z-module with basis indexed by E × M, and H is the subgroup of F generated by all elements of the form
where x, u ∈ E, y, v ∈ M, and a ∈ A.(We write E ⊖ M instead of E ⊖ A M if there is no doubt about A.) The image of (x, y) under a natural map E × M → E ⊖ M is denoted by x ⊖ y.
$$ (x + u,y) - (x,y) - (u,y),(x,y + v) - (x,y) - (x,v),(xa,y) - (x,ay), $$
KeywordsDirect Summand Left Ideal Projective Module Semiprimary Ring Perfect Ring
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