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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 49117
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Paginationiii, 36 l.
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL1368454M
LC Control Number92895751

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Let A be an Artin algebra. It is well known that A is selfinjective if and only if every finitely generated A-module is this paper, we pose and motivate the question whether an algebra A is selfinjective if and only if every simple module is reflexive. We give a positive answer to this question for large classes of algebras which include for example all Gorenstein algebras and all. Pages in category "Module theory" The following 79 pages are in this category, out of 79 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). What is Reflexive Learner? Definition of Reflexive Learner: This type of learner is someone who explores their experiences of learning to better understand how they learn and improve their learning and thus, becoming a lifelong learner. This kind of student is more self-aware and self-critical, honest about themselves and open to criticism and feedback, curious and prepared to try different. ] REFLEXIVE MODULES OVER GORENSTEIN RINGS 0 -> M' -> M -^ Af ** -> Af" -> 0 where j is the natural map. By tensoring with K we get M'®K = 0 since K is Gorenstein and so, as remarked earlier, every i.