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 adj. Alternative spelling of noetherian.
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She also worked on what are now called Noetherian Rings, which are central to ring theory in algebra.

Starting from this simple definition, John Watkins guides readers from basic concepts to Noetherian ringsone of the most important classes of commutative rings  and beyond to the frontiers of current research in the field.

The last chapters of this volume provide the theory of semiprime Noetherian semiperfect and semidistributive rings.

Professor Reid begins with a discussion of modules and Noetherian rings before moving on to finite extensions and the Noether normalization.

In his treatment of factorization in Noetherian domains, Jacobson carefully proves the existence of a single irredudible factor before proving existence of a complete factorization, thus avoiding perfectly a logical trap that some authors do not even notice.

Algebra textbook unknown: More advanced commutative algebra and theory of ideals, perhaps Noetherian rings?

Noetherian domain o, integrally closed in its prime ideal is maximal.

In mathematics, a '' 'regular ring' '' is a [[Noetherian ring]] such that the

And to be really precise, the integers are an example of a Noetherian ring, a concept that is too complex for this post.)
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