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- Title Pages
- Preface
- 1 Preliminaries
- 2 Rings characterized by their proper factor rings
- 3 Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules has a chain condition
- 4 Rings each of whose cyclic modules is injective (or CS)
- 5 Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules is injective
- 6 Rings each of whose simple modules is injective (or Σ‐injective)
- 7 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is quasi‐injective
- 8 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is continuous
- 9 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is π‐injective
- 10 Rings with cyclics ℵ0‐injective, weakly injective, or quasi‐projective
- 11 Hypercyclic, q‐hypercyclic, and π‐hypercyclic rings
- 12 Cyclic modules essentially embeddable in free modules
- 13 Serial and distributive modules
- 14 Rings characterized by decompositions of their cyclic modules
- 15 Rings each of whose modules is a direct sum of cyclic modules
- 16 Rings each of whose modules is an I 0‐module
- 17 Completely integrally closed modules and rings
- 18 Rings each of whose cyclic modules is completely integrally closed
- 19 Rings characterized by their one‐sided ideals
- References
- Index*

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- Source:
- Cyclic Modules and the Structure of Rings
- Publisher:
- Oxford University Press

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- Title Pages
- Preface
- 1 Preliminaries
- 2 Rings characterized by their proper factor rings
- 3 Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules has a chain condition
- 4 Rings each of whose cyclic modules is injective (or CS)
- 5 Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules is injective
- 6 Rings each of whose simple modules is injective (or Σ‐injective)
- 7 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is quasi‐injective
- 8 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is continuous
- 9 Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is π‐injective
- 10 Rings with cyclics ℵ0‐injective, weakly injective, or quasi‐projective
- 11 Hypercyclic, q‐hypercyclic, and π‐hypercyclic rings
- 12 Cyclic modules essentially embeddable in free modules
- 13 Serial and distributive modules
- 14 Rings characterized by decompositions of their cyclic modules
- 15 Rings each of whose modules is a direct sum of cyclic modules
- 16 Rings each of whose modules is an I 0‐module
- 17 Completely integrally closed modules and rings
- 18 Rings each of whose cyclic modules is completely integrally closed
- 19 Rings characterized by their one‐sided ideals
- References
- Index*