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APPLIEDALGEBRA Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 110 (1996) 109-112

Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 110 (1996) 109-112
On a conjecture of Moore
E. Aljadeff"** J. Cornickb, Y. Ginosara, P.H. Kropholler"
BDepartment of Mathematics, Technion, Israel Inst. of Technology, Haifa, 32000, Israel
"Centre de Recerca Matematica, Institut D'Estudis Catalans, Apartat 50, EO8193 Bellatewa, Spain
`School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Maly and Weseeld College, Mile End road, London Ei 4NS, UK
Communicated by CA. Weibel; received 3 January 1995
1. Introduction
We address a conjecture of J.C. Moore which concerns a criterion for a module
over a group ring to be projective. Throughout, G denotes a group, H is a subgroup of
finite index and R denotes a ring. The primary object is to study modules over the
group ring RG. In [3]. Chouinard records the following.
Moore's Conjecture. Suppose thatfor all x E G\H, either there is an integer n such that
1 # x" E H or x has Jinite order invertible in R. Then every RG-module M which is
projective over RH is also projective over RG.
This can be regarded as a generalization of Serre's Theorem that every torsion-free
group of finite virtual cohomological dimension has finite cohomological dimension


Source: Aljadeff, Eli - Department of Mathematics, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology


Collections: Mathematics