March 8, 2017

A First Course in Module Theory by Mike E Keating

By Mike E Keating

Some time past 20 years, there was nice growth within the thought of nonlinear partial differential equations. This e-book describes the growth, concentrating on fascinating issues in fuel dynamics, fluid dynamics, elastodynamics and so forth. It comprises ten articles, each one of which discusses a truly contemporary consequence received by means of the writer. a few of these articles evaluate comparable effects jewelry and beliefs; Euclidean domain names; modules and submodules; homomorphisms; quotient modules and cyclic modules; direct sums of modules; torsion and the first decomposition; shows; diagonalizing and inverting matrices; becoming beliefs; the decomposition of modules; common varieties for matrices; projective modules; tricks for the routines

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Proof (i) We check the submodule conditions one by one. SubM 1: 0 is in L + N since 0 = 0 + 0 where the first 0 belongs to L and the second 0 belongs to N - both zeroes are, of course, the zero element of M. SubM 2: Suppose m,m' e L + N. Then m = l + n and m' = /' + n' where 1,1' € L and n, n' € N, so that m + m' £ L + N since l + l' € L and n + n' € N. SubM 3: Carrying on the same notation, if m = I + n is in L + N and r £ R, then rm = rl + rn is in L + N since rl £ L and rn £ N. The argument for L n N is even easier, so it is left to the reader.

Here are some concrete examples to illustrate the theory. 11 Example: a triangular matrix action l i " Let F be any field and put A = I o l 1. Let M be F2 regarded as an F[X]-module with X acting as A, so that for "'-- \ l I ^ A/> x+y Xm-i y A proper subspace of F2 must have dimension 1, and hence a proper submodule L of M must be given by an eigenvector of A. The eigenvalues of A are the roots of det( X~l X11)=(X-1)\ so the only eigenvalue is 1. The eigenvectors are found by solving the equations .

Ideals. -module and a right R-module. R-module. 10. 6 Sum and intersection A fundamental problem in module theory is the description of a given module in terms of a collection of submodules, each of these submodules being in some sense "simpler" than the original module. As a first step toward this goal, we give two basic methods of constructing new submodules from old. We assume throughout that our modules are left modules; the modifications for right modules are straightforward. Chapter 3. Modules and Submodules 42 Suppose that L and N are both submodules of a module M.