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1. CMB Online first

Koşan, Tamer; Sahinkaya, Serap; Zhou, Yiqiang
 Additive maps on units of rings Let $R$ be a ring. A map $f: R\rightarrow R$ is additive if $f(a+b)=f(a)+f(b)$ for all elements $a$ and $b$ of $R$. Here a map $f: R\rightarrow R$ is called unit-additive if $f(u+v)=f(u)+f(v)$ for all units $u$ and $v$ of $R$. Motivated by a recent result of Xu, Pei and Yi showing that, for any field $F$, every unit-additive map of ${\mathbb M}_n(F)$ is additive for all $n\ge 2$, this paper is about the question when every unit-additive map of a ring is additive. It is proved that every unit-additive map of a semilocal ring $R$ is additive if and only if either $R$ has no homomorphic image isomorphic to $\mathbb Z_2$ or $R/J(R)\cong \mathbb Z_2$ with $2=0$ in $R$. Consequently, for any semilocal ring $R$, every unit-additive map of ${\mathbb M}_n(R)$ is additive for all $n\ge 2$. These results are further extended to rings $R$ such that $R/J(R)$ is a direct product of exchange rings with primitive factors Artinian. A unit-additive map $f$ of a ring $R$ is called unit-homomorphic if $f(uv)=f(u)f(v)$ for all units $u,v$ of $R$. As an application, the question of when every unit-homomorphic map of a ring is an endomorphism is addressed. Keywords:additive map, unit, 2-sum property, semilocal ring, exchange ring with primitive factors ArtinianCategories:15A99, 16U60, 16L30

2. CMB 2002 (vol 45 pp. 448)

Zhou, Yiqiang
 Erratum: A Characterization of Left Perfect Rings An error in {\it A characterization of left perfect rings}, Canad. Math. Bull. (3) {\bf 38}(1995), 382--384, is indicated and the consequences identified. Category:16L30

3. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 371)

Marubayashi, H.; Ueda, A.
 Prime and Primary Ideals in a PrÃ¼fer Order in a Simple Artinian Ring with Finite Dimension over its Center Let $Q$ be a simple Artinian ring with finite dimension over its center. An order $R$ in $Q$ is said to be {\it Pr\"ufer\/} if any one-sided $R$-ideal is a progenerator. We study prime and primary ideals of a Pr\"ufer order under the condition that the center is Pr\"ufer. Also we characterize branched and unbranched prime ideals of a Pr\"ufer order. Categories:16H05, 16L30
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