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- noun mathematics A
commutative ringin which every idealis finitely generated.
- noun mathematics A noncommutative ring which is both left-Noetherian and right-Noetherian, i.e., in which every
left idealis finitely generated and in which every right idealis finitely generated, respectively.
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Named after Emmy Noether (1882–1935), German mathematician.
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