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Commutative Algebra 63
Serre’s Criterion for Normality Throughout this article, fix an algebraically closed field k. In this section, A denotes a noetherian domain. We will describe Serre’s criterion, which is a necessary and sufficient condtion for A to be normal. In the … Continue reading
Commutative Algebra 43
Catenary Rings Let us look at prime chains in greater detail. Definition. Let be a chain of prime ideals of a ring A. We say the chain is saturated if for any prime ideal of A, ; maximal if it … Continue reading
Posted in Advanced Algebra
Tagged algebras, catenary rings, krull dimension, noether normalization, noetherian
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Commutative Algebra 42
Noether Normalization Theorem Throughout this article, k is a field, not necessarily algebraically closed. Definition. Let A be a finitely generated kalgebra which is an integral domain. We say are algebraically independent over k if they are so as elements … Continue reading
Commutative Algebra 40
More on Integrality Lemma 1. Let be an integral extension. If is an ideal and , the resulting injection is an integral extension. Proof Any element of can be written as , . Then x satisfies a monic polynomial relation: . … Continue reading
Posted in Advanced Algebra
Tagged closed maps, fibres, finite extensions, going up, integral extensions, krull dimension, localization
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Commutative Algebra 38
Artinian Rings The main result we wish to prove is the following. Theorem. A ring A is artinian if and only if it is noetherian and , where denotes the Krull dimension. Note Recall that means all prime ideals of A … Continue reading
Commutative Algebra 17
Field of Fractions Throughout this article, A denotes an integral domain (which may not be a UFD). Definition. The field of fractions of A is an embedding of A into a field K, such that every element of K can be … Continue reading
Posted in Advanced Algebra
Tagged field of fractions, gauss lemma, krull dimension, primes, principal ideal domains, UFDs, unique factorisation
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