Krull ordial, [i.e. ordinal] coprof, and Noetherian localizations of large polynomial rings by Tor H. Gulliksen

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  • Polynomial rings.,
  • Noetherian rings.

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Bibliography: leaf 23.

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Other titlesKrull ordial, coprof, and Noetherian localizations of large polynomial rings, Krull ordinal, coprof, and Noetherian localizations of large polynomial rings, Krull ordinal, coprof, and Noetherian localizations of large polynomial rings.
Statementby Tor H. Gulliksen.
SeriesPreprint series. Mathematics,, 1972: no. 13
LC ClassificationsQA251.3 .G84
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Pagination23 l.
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL5239702M
LC Control Number75310848

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