Divided domain
In algebra, a divided domain is an integral domain R in which every prime ideal satisfies . A locally divided domain is an integral domain that is a divided domain at every maximal ideal. A Prüfer domain is a basic example of a locally divided domain.^{[1]} Divided domains were introduced by Akiba (1967) who called them AV-domains.
References
- ^ http://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/ijmms/1981/108278.pdf
External links
- https://web.archive.org/web/20120114162738/http://www.latp.cahen.u-3mrs.fr/Recherche/Pubs/locdiv.pdf
- Akiba, Tomoharu (1967), "A note on AV-domains", Bull. Kyoto Univ. Education Ser. B No., 31: 1–3, MR 0218339
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