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Preliminaries
0.1 Classes, Sets and Functions
Partial Orders and Equivalence Relations
0.2 Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers
0.3 Commutative Diagrams
0.4 Notation and Terminology
Problem Set
Basic Properties of Rings and Modules
1.1 Rings
Problem Set 1.1
1.2 Left and Right Ideals
Factor Rings
Problem Set 1.2
1.3 Ring Homomorphisms
Problem Set 1.3
1.4 Modules
Factor Modules
Problem Set 1.4
1.5 Module Homomorphisms
Problem Set 1.5
Internal Direct Sums
Problem Set 2.1
2.2 Free Modules
Rings with Invariant Basis Number
Problem Set 2.2
2.3 Tensor Products of Modules
Problem Set 2.3
Categories
3.1 Categories
Functors
Properties of Morphisms
Problem Set 3.1
3.2 Exact Sequences in ModR
Split Short Exact Sequences
Problem Set 3.2
3.3 Hom and˝as Functors
Properties of Hom
Properties of Tensor Products
Problem Set 3.3
Section 3.4 Equivalent Categories and Adjoint Functors 97
3.4 Equivalent Categories and Adjoint Functors
Problem Set 3.4
Chain Conditions
4.1 Generating and Cogenerating Classes
Problem Set 4.1
4.2 Noetherian and Artinian Modules
Problem Set 4.2
4.3 Modules over Principal Ideal Domains
Problem Set 4.3
Injective, Projective, and Flat Modules
5.1 Injective Modules
Injective Modules and the Functor HomR. ;M/
Problem Set 5.1
5.2 Projective Modules
Projective Modules and the Functor HomR.M; /
Hereditary Rings
Semihereditary Rings
Problem Set 5.2
5.3 Flat Modules
Flat Modules and the Functor M ˝R
Coherent Rings
Regular Rings and Flat Modules
Problem Set 5.3
Section 5.4 Quasi-Injective and Quasi-Projective Modules 169
5.4 Quasi-Injective and Quasi-Projective Modules
Problem Set 5.4
Classical Ring Theory
Problem Set 6.1
Prime Rings
Semiprime Rings
Problem Set 6.2
Problem Set 6.3
6.4 Wedderburn–Artin Theory
Problem Set 6.4
6.5 Primitive Rings and Density
Problem Set 6.5
6.6 Rings that Are Semisimple
Problem Set 6.6
Envelopes and Covers
7.1 Injective Envelopes
Problem Set 7.1
7.2 Projective Covers
The Radical of a Projective Module
Semiperfect Rings
Perfect Rings
Problem Set 7.2
Quasi-Injective Envelopes
Quasi-Projective Covers
Problem Set 7.3
Rings and Modules of Quotients
8.1 Rings of Quotients
The Noncommutative Case
The Commutative Case
Problem Set 8.1
8.2 Modules of Quotients
Problem Set 8.2
8.3 Goldie’s Theorem
8.4 The Maximal Ring of Quotients
Problem Set 8.4
Problem Set 9.1
9.2 Fundamental Concepts
Problem Set 9.2
Problem Set 9.3
9.4 Graded Modules with Chain Conditions
Problem Set 9.4
Problem Set 9.5
More on Rings and Modules
10.1 Reﬂexivity and Vector Spaces
Problem Set 10.1
10.2 Reﬂexivity and R-modules
Self-injective Rings
Kasch Rings and Injective Cogenerators
Semiprimary Rings
Quasi-Frobenius Rings
Problem Set 10.2
Introduction to Homological Algebra
11.1 Chain and Cochain Complexes
Homology and Cohomology Sequences
Problem Set 11.2
11.3 Derived Functors
Problem Set 11.3
11.4 Extension Functors
Right Derived Functors of HomR. ;X/
Right Derived Functors of HomR.X; /
Problem Set 11.4
11.5 Torsion Functors
Left Derived Functors of ˝R X and X ˝R
Problem Set 11.5
Homological Methods
12.1 Projective and Injective Dimension
Problem Set 12.1
12.2 Flat Dimension
Problem Set 12.2
12.3 Dimension of Polynomial Rings
Problem Set 12.3
12.4 Dimension of Matrix Rings
Problem Set 12.4
12.5 Quasi-Frobenius Rings Revisited
More on Reﬂexive Modules
Problem Set 12.5
Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers
Ordinal Numbers
Cardinal Numbers
Bibliography
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