3 edition of **Intersections of quasi-local domains** found in the catalog.

Intersections of quasi-local domains

Bruce A. Prekowitz

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Published
**1971**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Bruce A. Prekowitz. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | Microfilm 40342 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Format | Microform |

Pagination | ii, 25 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 25 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2162435M |

LC Control Number | 88893694 |

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Abstract: Let be an intersection of quasi-local domains with a common quotient field. Our goal is to find conditions on the 's in order to get some or all of 's to be localizations of.

We show for example that if is a -dimensional valuation domain and if, then both and are localizations of. intersection of quasi-local domains we cannot conclude that the domains occurring in the intersection are actually localizations of R.

Our purpose will be to find some conditions sufficient to ensure that some or all of the quasi-local domains. intersection of quasi-local domains we cannot conclude that the domains occurring in the intersection are actually localizations of R.

Our purpose will be to find some conditions sufficient to ensure that some or all of the quasi-local domainsCited by: This generalizes the result that a nite intersection of valuation domains with the same quotient eld is a Bezout domain.

Bezout domain [10, Theorem ], R is a semi-quasi-local AB. MATH ADVANCED TOPICS IN COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA. BOOK. Kaplansky, Commutative Rings, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2.

Description & SYLLABUS. For an arbitrary field K, if {D^} = y is the family of G-domains with quotient field K, it would seem unlikely that y need be closed under finite intersection, but we know of no example showing this. As noted in [4, Sect. ] the set of quasi-local domains with quotient field K need not be closed under finite intersection.

Heinzer W. () Noetherian intersections of integral domains II. In: Brewer J.W., Rutter E.A. (eds) Conference on Commutative Algebra. Lecture Notes in. A Mori domain has the finite t-character property. A domain A is called PvMD if A P is a valuation domain for every t-prime ideal P of A ([20], Corollary ).

The t-dimension of a domain A is. As an extension of the class of Dedekind domains, we have introduced and studied the class of multiplicatively pinched-Dedekind domains (MPD domains) and the class of Globalized multiplicatively pinched-Dedekind domains (GMPD domains) ([T.

Dumitrescu and S. Rahman, A class of pinched domains, Bull. Math. Soc. Sci. Math. Roumanie52 () 41–55] and [T.

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We first prove a special case. THEOREM (). Let R be a domain with a finite number of maximal ideals. Let k be a field contained in R. If S = k + J(R), then S is quasi-local and the map 0: Spec R - Spec S defined by intersection is a maximal quotient map. Proof. Let ] = J(R).

Since SU ^ k, J is a maximal ideal of S.NSolve[expr, vars] attempts to find numerical approximations to the solutions of the system expr of equations or inequalities for the variables vars. NSolve[expr, vars, Reals] finds solutions over the domain of real numbers.The intersection of two sets A and B, denoted by A ∩ B, is the set of all objects that are members of both the sets A and symbols, ∩ = {: ∈ ∈}.

That is, x is an element of the intersection A ∩ B if and only if x is both an element of A and an element of B. For example: The intersection of the sets {1, 2, 3} and {2, 3, 4} is {2, 3}.

The number 9 is not in the intersection .