By Masayoshi Nagata

The speculation of commutative fields is a primary region of arithmetic, relatively in quantity concept, algebra, and algebraic geometry. in spite of the fact that, few books offer enough therapy of this subject. This e-book is a translation of the 1985 up to date variation of Nagata's 1967 ebook; either variants initially seemed in eastern. Nagata presents an creation to commutative fields that's beneficial to these learning the subject for the 1st time in addition to to these wishing a reference booklet. The publication offers, with as few must haves as attainable, the entire vital and primary effects on commutative fields. each one bankruptcy ends with workouts, making the booklet compatible as a textbook for graduate classes or for self sufficient study.

Readership: Graduate scholars and examine mathematicians.

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Let M , N be R-modules (R being a ring). Then a homomorphism f of additive groups M to N is called an R-homomorphism, or a homomorphism of R-modules, if it satisfies the condition that r(f m) = f (rm) for all r E R, m E M. If it is clear that we are speaking of R-modules, then by a homomorphism we mean an R-homomorphism. Similarly for isomorphisms; we consider isomorphisms of modules which are R-homomorphisms. Then, we obtain results similar to those we proved in §2. 3 are modified as follows.

Rn . ) Assume 1 that I, , ... +Is)nIs+1 = {0} for each s = 1, 2, ... , n - , and Is {0} for each s = 1 , 2, ... , n , then R is the direct sum of II , ... , in as modules (cf. §2). If we write the identity 1 of R in the form e1 +. +e,, (ei E I) , then (i) e,ej = 0 for i : j, because I,I c I n I = 101, and (ii) for x c I we have x l = xet + . + xe,, . Then, by the property of direct sum, it follows that x = xej (xe1 = 0 for i 0 j). and we say that R is the direct sum (or Therefore, ei is the identity of direct product) of rings I, , ...

An] similar to the case of polynomial rings. 1. We define a mapping 0 of the polynomial ring R[XI , ... , Xn] to the ring R[al , ... iXIi ' ... iaI ... an where c. ER. Then 0 is a homomorphism from the ring R[XI, onto the ring R[a1 , ... , an] . , Xn] The proof is easy and the reader is advised to prove this theorem. Under these circumstances, we say that aI , ... , an are algebraically independent over R if 0 is an isomorphism. Otherwise, we say that aI , ... , an are algebraically dependent over R.