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1. CMB 2002 (vol 45 pp. 119)

Marcelo, Agustín; Marcelo, Félix; Rodríguez, César
The Grade Conjecture and the $S_{2}$ Condition
Sufficient conditions are given in order to prove the lowest unknown case of the grade conjecture. The proof combines vanishing results of local cohomology and the $S_{2}$ condition.

Categories:13D22, 13D45, 13D25, 13C15

2. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 312)

Dobbs, David E.
On the Prime Ideals in a Commutative Ring
If $n$ and $m$ are positive integers, necessary and sufficient conditions are given for the existence of a finite commutative ring $R$ with exactly $n$ elements and exactly $m$ prime ideals. Next, assuming the Axiom of Choice, it is proved that if $R$ is a commutative ring and $T$ is a commutative $R$-algebra which is generated by a set $I$, then each chain of prime ideals of $T$ lying over the same prime ideal of $R$ has at most $2^{|I|}$ elements. A polynomial ring example shows that the preceding result is best-possible.

Categories:13C15, 13B25, 04A10, 14A05, 13M05

3. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 3)

Anderson, David F.; Dobbs, David E.
Root closure in Integral Domains, III
{If A is a subring of a commutative ring B and if n is a positive integer, a number of sufficient conditions are given for ``A[[X]]is n-root closed in B[[X]]'' to be equivalent to ``A is n-root closed in B.'' In addition, it is shown that if S is a multiplicative submonoid of the positive integers ${\bbd P}$ which is generated by primes, then there exists a one-dimensional quasilocal integral domain A (resp., a von Neumann regular ring A) such that $S = \{ n \in {\bbd P}\mid A$ is $n$-root closed$\}$ (resp., $S = \{n \in {\bbd P}\mid A[[X]]$ is $n$-rootclosed$\}$).

Categories:13G05, 13F25, 13C15, 13F45, 13B99, 12D99

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