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2.5. Example of the closest associative algebra structure 

The study of noncommutative rings is a major area in modern algebra. The structure theory of noncommutative rings was originally concerned with three parts: The study of semisimple rings; the study of radical rings; and the construction of rings with given radical and semisimple factor rings. Recently, this has extended to many new parts: The zerodivisor theory, containing the study of coefficients of zerodividing polynomials and the study of annihilators over noncommutative rings, that is related to the Köthe's conjecture; the study of nil rings and Jacobson rings; the study of applying r 

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Commutative rings


Rings (Algebra)  Congresses


Rings (Algebra)


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Huh, Chan


Lee, Yang

