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By Dinh V. Huynh, S. K. Jain, and S. R. López-Permouth

This quantity includes contributions by way of audio system at a convention on Algebra and Its functions that came about in Athens, Ohio, in March of 2005. It presents a photograph of the variety of issues and purposes that curiosity algebraists at the present time. The papers during this quantity comprise many of the most modern leads to the idea of modules, noncommutative jewelry, illustration thought, matrix conception, linear algebra over noncommutative jewelry, cryptography, error-correcting codes over finite earrings, and projective-geometry codes, in addition to expository articles that might supply algebraists and different mathematicians, together with graduate scholars, with an obtainable advent to components outdoor their very own services. The publication will serve either the professional trying to find the most recent end result and the beginner looking an available reference for a number of the rules and effects offered the following

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Nous allons monter au ciel en nous tirant par nos lacets de chaussures (la d@monstration est celle du th4or&me chinois; on peut l'ignorer sans pr@judice): Supposons d'abord donn@ une d@composition les M. a__s = ~Ti = ~ 1 ~ ' " e M i - 1 , ... F'~ (O:Ms) = (O:M) = (O:M1)/~} Alors: aI j~i --3a @ Mi+1""(B Ms , p o ~ I~ , et i < s . ) = a. ) = b . M - (I ~T. , En effet, la formule I) est claire. ~N i i ~ j~i on tire et si , d'o~ (o,Mj) = j x = 0 (0:~i)~ x~Ni~(0:~C st Mi ) . , . 1 b i n i = . ~ Ni = ( .

M 1-21 C. - QUELQUES APPLICATIONS I) Vari@t~ associ@e ~ un module Soit, comme toujours, A un anneau noeth~rien, M un A-module de type fini. On d@finit alors: D~finition et proposition ~: Si p est un id@al premier de A , les assertions suivantes sont ~%uivalentes: 1) ~ est id@al premier essentiel d'un sous-module de 2) M = A ~AM 3) P ~ 4) P ~ 0 Ann (~) M . . contient un ~ @ a l premier associ@ de 0n appelle vari @t~ associ@e ~ M M 9 , et on note V(M) (ou Supp(M)) l'ensemble des id~aux premiers satisfaisant & ces conditions.

Elle est donc sgparge si q C Hn(K')p En effet, tion de Hn(K e) tion que Kn est l'image de zn~ (Kn)p , et la filtra- est donc la filtration quotient de la filtra- induit sur Zn . Terminons sur un exemple de complexe de de~r~ -I: M et N deux A-modules de type fini que nous munirons de la fil- tration q_-adique. Appelons module libre de ~A tout module fil- tr~ somme directe de modules filtr~s isemorphes ~ translat~ A(p) de A (A(P)k ~ _qp-k) qu'il existe des r~solutions de M oGles les Xn - - ~ X di l 6 Xn-1 ...