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Marley, Tom - Department of Mathematics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Exam 1 (Part B) Due: Friday, March 4th, 11:30am
Spring 2011 MATH 310 Exam II [1] (15 points) Prove that if F is a field then every ideal of F[x] is principal.
COFINITE MODULES AND LOCAL COHOMOLOGY Donatella Delfino and Thomas Marley1
ON ASSOCIATED GRADED RINGS OF NORMAL IDEALS Sam Huckaba and Thomas Marley
THE ASSOCIATED PRIMES OF LOCAL COHOMOLOGY MODULES OVER RINGS OF SMALL DIMENSION
COFINITENESS AND ASSOCIATED PRIMES OF LOCAL COHOMOLOGY MODULES
GORENSTEIN RINGS AND IRREDUCIBLE PARAMETER IDEALS THOMAS MARLEY, MARK W. ROGERS, AND HIDETO SAKURAI
Thomas John Marley Complies with University regulations and meets the standards of the Graduate School for
A THEOREM OF HOCHSTER AND HUNEKE CONCERNING TIGHT CLOSURE AND HILBERT-KUNZ MULTIPLICITY
A THEOREM OF GRUSON BRIAN JOHNSON
Fall 2000 MATH 310 Exam II [1] (15 points) Let R be a domain with exactly n elements and a R. Prove that an
LOCAL COHOMOLOGY MODULES WITH INFINITE DIMENSIONAL SOCLES
Maple Tutorial The computer algebra package Maple is very helpful for doing some of the computations
Fall 2000 MATH 310 Exam I [1] (12 points) Prove that there are infinitely many positive prime integers.
The following notes are based on those of Tom Marley's lecture notes from a course on local cohomology in the summer 1999.
Math 107 Syllabus Fall 2010 Text University Calculus, by Hass, Weir, and Thomas, ISBN: 0-321-35014-6.
THE AUSLANDER-BRIDGER FORMULA AND THE GORENSTEIN PROPERTY FOR COHERENT RINGS
GRADED RINGS AND MODULES Throughout these notes, all rings are assumed to be commutative with identity.
Introduction to Modern Algebra Spring 2011
1 Chapter 1: Groups 1.1 Free Groups and Presentations
Instructions: Do five of the seven problems below. All problems are worth 20 points. 1. Give an example of each of the following. No justification is needed.
Instructions: Do five of the seven problems below. All problems are worth 20 points. 1. Give an example of each of the following. No justification is needed.
Math 902: Algebra II Instructor: Tom Marley