On Monogeny and Epigeny Classes of Modules
Received:October 16, 2002  
Key Word: Monogeny class   Epigeny class   generalized power series ring  
Fund ProjectL:Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (10171082) and the Teaching and Research Award Program for Outstanding Young Teachers in Higher Education Institutions of MOE, P.R.C.
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LIU Zhong-kui Dept. of Math.
Northwest Normal University
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      Let (S, ≤) be a strictly totally ordered monoid, and M and N be left R modules. We show the following results: (1) If (S, ≤) is finitely generated and satisfies the condition that 0≤S for any s ∈S, then Epi([[RS,≤]][[MS,≤]]) = Epi([[RS,≤]][[NS,≤]]) if and only if Epi(M) = Epi(N); (2) If (S,≤) is artinian, then Mono([[RS,≤]][MS,≤])= Mono([[RS,≤]][NS,≤]) if and only if Mono(M) = Mono(N).
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